Inc. offers ways introverts can still be successful leaders. Brennan White, Cortex CEO, chimed in:
Build trust through valuable contributions.
Although an extrovert usually dominates the conversation, the listeners often walk away remembering what the introvert contributed. Brennan White, CEO of intelligent platform Cortex, knows it's quality, not quantity, when it comes to making an impression.
"Introverts can be the most memorable by only speaking when they have something truly interesting, funny or valuable to say," he says. "In the short term, a talkative person will win the networking game. But in the long run, people work with people they can trust and who add value to every meeting."
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