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First essay for MGMT1001 - question about the survival of introverts in a world made for extroverted. Based off a TEDtalk by Susan Cain. Distinction achieved.

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Psychology Personality Carl Jung Extraversion and introversion Personality type
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Extroverts produce more meaningful responses through stimulation from the external environment – involving direct human interaction and oration. Contrastingly, introverts produce higher quality responses through stimulations from within themselves – involving solitude, self-reflection, and active listening. This paper will argue that introverts experience difficulty in expressing their opinions, and having these organisational contributions acknowledged. Exploring this via a comparison with extroverts will highlight the implications of personality within the organisational environment. Examining the organisational bias for particular personality types, behavioural manipulation, and the influential power of extroverts, demonstrates that it can be difficult for introverts to be heard in a corporate world that values their personality count...
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