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Leadership Tip: Hire the Quiet Neurotic, Not the Impressive Extrovert, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Study


4/12/2013 7:48:22 AM

Most leaders are attracted to the guy or woman who seems confident and outgoing, unafraid in any situation or facing any challenge. They expect an extrovert to infuse any team with energy, to push ahead on projects and to motivate colleagues to do their best work. Meantime they have low expectations of anyone who appears neurotic, who seems withdrawn and too anxious to live up to their potential. Leaders expect neurotic employees to contribute little and to drag down colleagues’ morale.

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