An effective manager of people in the workplace understands that an essential aspect of effective leadership is recognizing individual strengths and weaknesses and harnessing character and personality traits for maximum efficiency. For example, introverted people require a unique, patient approach. The most effective way of managing introverts must include a healthy respect for time and space. Introverts are typically quieter and more methodical in their approach to tasks. Understanding this and providing the necessary scope in the workplace will ultimately harness their most significant potential. Due to their inherently quiet, reserved nature, introverts are often
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