See Extroverts Learning vs. Ego | #PeopleSkills
by Kate Nasser |
Do you see extroverts learning as they talk? Many introverts see the extroverts’ high energy and verbal communication as egomania. Not always true. Most extroverts are learning the information they need.
Instead of seeing extroverts blaring out their thoughts as this image suggests:
See extroverts learning through what they hear from you as this image suggests:
What Are Extroverts Learning Through Communication?
Who you are
How you think
How you treat people
The common ground you all share
What knowledge you have that they need
What information you need from them
How to proceed on goals toward solutions
____________________________ (add yours)
While people who identify themselves as introverts learn through more silent observation, extroverts need verbal interaction to learn. Neither style is wrong. They are just different styles. So if extroverts’ verbal communication bothers you, see the reasons behind the behavior. See extroverts learning rather than domineering or egocentric. Replace the absurd debates about which style is right and which is wrong — extroversion or introversion — with understanding of each. (In a future post, I will explore introverts’ preferred style!)
From my professional experience to your success,
Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™
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