In this fourth episode I talk to Andrew Deighton. His career started in engineering and moved into people development roles in the corporate world. After 26 years he set up his own company. Andrew is now a trainer and facilitator of high performing teams.
We discussed the introvert skills that are needed in large organisations and how we can demonstrate this. If you want to progress within the organisation, how do you get noticed? How does it help to understand the style of your manager and your colleagues. And once you’ve left the corporate world, how do you work best with your extroverted corporate client? We talked about the role of mentors, testimonials and case studies.
Jenny Procter of Bondfield Marketing is the creator and host of Marketing for Introverts. Find out more here https://bondfieldmarketing.co.uk/marketing-for-introverts/
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