Work Advice

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By Kristen Hadeed

Permission to Screw Up

If you haven’t heard of Kristen Hadeed yet, you’re in for a treat. She’s an unlikely, winsome, fiercely warm-hearted business owner who’s not afraid to…

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By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

When Work Is Like a Battlefield

5 ways to assert your introvert boundary.

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Work Advice

By Quiet Revolution

Great at Work

Quiet Revolution is excited to spread the word about Morten Hansen’s new book, Great at Work. The author wrote the following blog post for the Quiet Revolution…

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By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

The One Gesture That Can Make the Difference

How to effect great change from the bottom up—quietly.

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By Quiet Revolution

Thoughts from an Introverted Author: Q&A with Bethany Ball

Quiet Revolution is excited to help spread the word about Bethany Ball’s new book: What to Do About the Solomons. Susan Cain, Quiet Revolution’s co-founder, conducted an…

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By Quiet Revolution

team collaborating on a project

4 Ways to Collaborate More Effectively Than a Traditional Meeting

Pain-free, effective collaboration for introverts? It does exist!

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By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

How Being an Introvert Helped Me in My First Job

Succeed because you are an introvert—not despite it.

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By Quiet Revolution

Brain with heart in it

Get Your Flow On

How to enjoy your work by getting lost in it.

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Work Advice

By Karl Moore

Employer praising employee

To Each Their Own: Giving Feedback to Introverts and Extroverts

There’s so much beyond a simple “thank you”.

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By Shavon Evelyn

People waiting to interview

Interviewing and Job-Searching as an Introvert

How to live the “Veni, vidi, vici!” motto while job hunting.

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By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

Only Connect: How an Introvert Is Uniting Quiet Colleagues

Breaking the mold of introversion to quietly build connections.

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Work Advice

By Jane Babb

Silence

The Power of Silence

When doing nothing sometimes is the same thing as doing everything.

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Work Advice

By Leigh Stringer

Target with one dart in bulls eye

Why a 30-Hour Workweek Is Good for Business

Businesses are missing out on a competitive advantage, one that also has individual benefits.

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Work Advice

By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

This Fact Will Make Introverted Leaders Proud

Tap into your quiet well to lead.

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