There has been much debate of late in academic and business management circles about the best personality type for leadership: extroversion or introversion. Traditionally, extroverts have been considered the most successful leaders. However, current thinking is that introverts can be just as competent as extroverts in leadership roles. In fact, some of the world’s top business leaders are introverts – think Bill Gates, Larry Page, Steve Wozniak, Katharine Graham and even Warren Buffett.

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