This is a conversation with Ron Price, Courtney Feider, and Rodger Price about the realities of introverts, extroverts, and ambiverts at work.
I’m wondering if you’ve had similar experiences. Throughout my forty-eight years, I’ve had various individuals try to help me improve myself. The problem? As I reflect back on their “help,” it had everything to do with me becoming like them, which meant me not being me. I don’t think they meant me harm, but rather that they were so convinced that the way they were, extroverted, was the way to be a leader, to be healthy, to be a good person. Why wouldn’t we want to help someone become a better person? We all struggle with this bias, but in