Introverted employees used to putting on a more outgoing face in the office should take the opportunity to shine in the work-from-home environment by building deeper, one-on-one connections with coworkers, leadership consultant Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic writes. Just as in the in-person world, employers tend to focus more on how you perform than what you produce, he says.
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