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Introverts and Extroverts in a Hybrid Work Space

With companies slowly shifting into a hybrid work environment, managers have been tasked with helping their teams transition and gain some sense of routine and productivity. While some will struggle more than others, it will be a slow process. But this also depends on what kind of people they are. Introverts and extroverts need different levels of help and support.

While introverts need time and space to adjust, they also need to be checked on so as not to feel unheard during team discussions and meetings. On the other hand, extroverts need regular connection and face-to-face involvement in order to feel heard and engaged. The best move is to ensure various styles and methods of communication so that everyone in the team, introverts and extroverts, feel like part of the team in their own way.

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