Not only might productivity increase all around, but the introvert in your office may give the organization careful insight into the matter at hand. Leonard Glick, professor of management and organizational development at Northeastern's D'Amore-McKim School of Business, says that introverts are “much less likely to air an ill-formed idea.” Meaning, introverts are more likely to be thoughtful, take time to process, and plan out an idea than their extroverted colleagues. And giving a little extra time to everyone, introvert or extrovert to process information, could give to more thoughtful discussion and progress.

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