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Introvert vs. Extrovert

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Men Matalamanning

on 26 February 2014

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Transcript of Introvert vs. Extrovert

Introverts and Extraverts
Introverts thrive on alone time, it gives them time to think and recharge their batteries

Not to be confused with being shy, introverts can be as comfortable around people as an extrovert, it just tends to be tiring

Introverts reflect inward to solve problems
Introvert

Some famous introverts include:
JK Rowling
Bill Gates
Albert Einstein
Abraham Lincoln
Mahatma Gandhi
William Shakespeare
Mark Twain
Introvert pt. 2
Extroverts thrive on being around others, that's where they recharge their batteries

Being alone can feel boring or dull an extroverts energy

Extroverts are more productive when working with others

Extroverts bounce ideas off of others to solve problems
Extrovert
Some famous extraverts include:
Most famous people (actors, singers, performers) are extroverts because fame isn't very appealing to most introverts
Oprah Winfrey
Martin Luther King Jr.
Barack Obama
Johnny Depp
Madonna
Jim Carrey
Extrovert pt. 2
Problem solving: Tasked with developing a more efficient method of communication and organized leadership in the office.


Situation
Takes a more directed approach

Does research

Looks at other companies as an example

Doesn’t take as much personalized advice,

Probably very detail-oriented

Introvert Response
Looks for outside input ideas

Phone calls

Talks to other people at other companies

Coworkers, friends and family

May visit other places
Extrovert Response
Thank you for listening!
Conclusion
Introvert vs. Extrovert
Video
Accountant
Graphic Design
Computer Programmer
Physical Therapist
Mediator
Human Resources
Why it suits introverts:
a large portion of an accountant's job can be done on a computer
includes duties like examining financial statements, handling taxes, and organizing financial records for firms and clients
spend more time alone, working with numbers and at your own pace
Why it suits introverts:
Graphic designers tend to work more one-on-one -- they might meet with a client, but then go and do the work by themselves
create and design logos for companies either by hand or by using computer software, choose colors and styles for websites, or develop layouts for advertisements and magazines
have the opportunity to work independently on their projects
Why it suits introverts:
spend most of your workday behind a computer screen- solitary work
might even be able to write code from home independently
don't have to puzzle out problems with a lot of people- might work in teams, but a lot of the work is independent
Why it suits extroverts:
Involves solving conflicts between parties
Look objectively at both sides of a disagreement and help individuals or companies come to one conclusion
Work with lots of different people
Why it suits extroverts:
Interact with a wide variety of patients and their families
Requires patience during the healing process and understand how to deal with setbacks and frustrations
Work with people during tough times, need to be understanding
Why it suits extroverts:
Job requires plenty of mingling with job candidates and dealing with day-to-day staffing needs
Making hiring decisions requires a keen sense of emotional intelligence, which is common for those with good people skills
Help staff work through any issues they encounter on the job
Where you get your energy
Strengths
Weaknesses
A lot of well-documented, well-cited information available for browsing,

A lot of thought will be put into the final submission

Product of the individual
Might be too focused on the information to focus on the practical applications,

Every plan must be tailored to fit the office it will be used for


Strengths
A lot of input

A lot of idea variance

More secondhand experience

Seeing a plan in action makes it easier to determine which is the most effective


Weaknesses
Testimonials from many different sources

Confusion

Might have a bias either towards or against it

Information may not be entirely reliable
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