A company involves a huge number of employees with different characteristics.
These people are often categorized into two classifications by psychologists around the world, and these classifications have something to do with your way of working as well.
Basically, there are some who are the outgoing type who is capable of socializing easily with other co-workers.
But on the other hand, there are those who just prefer to work silently and finish the day without the need to talk too much.
There are also people who are in-between these two remarkably different traits, and we will give you a bonus description about it as well.
To properly define these types of people, they are psychologically divided into two types: the introverts and extroverts.
Psychologists have found out that introversion and extroversion can impact the person based on the career that they are currently in.
That also means that there are workplaces where extroverts can be more comfortable, while the others may be preferable for the characteristics of introverts.
DIFFERENTIATING, AND DEEPLY UNDERSTANDING THEIR TRAITS
Introverts: The So-Called Loners
According to Marti Olsen Laney (2002), introverts are “often misunderstood” by society because an introvert's culture “overvalues” extroverted traits.
That's why most people in society often misunderstood introverts as shy and lonely people.
Some even consider them as antisocial and unproductive.
But introverts are not actually those type of people; they simply don't prefer using too much of their social energy.
Here are the widely-known traits that introverts often have in general:
- Masters of Solitude – these are people who prefer time alone. It's their preferred type of lifestyle as it gives them more happiness and comfort compared to attending social events. Introverts have this trait where they feel more exhausted when dealing with social events such as parties. ...read more