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"Introverts, you've earned your place at the front of the line and this remarkable, eminently practical book shows you how to use your own unique qualities to get there. It could help you bypass years of professional struggle ... a must-read!" - Robert Priddy, President, third_Evolution, Non-Clinical Careers for Physicians
"Shelleman uses her extensive training in organizational behavior to equip introverts, especially those who are also shy, to master aspects of business life they would just as soon avoid. A very generous work." - Laurie Helgoe, Ph.D., author of Introvert Power: Why Your Inner Life is Your Hidden Strength
"The information in this book can enable introverts to lead and succeed in any organization." - Garrett VanAtta, President, SPX Communication Technology
Invaluable! A no-nonsense career guide for introverts."The most effective [approach] is to rely on the strengths of introversion. This turns the situation on its head and takes you to a position of strength. By taking control, you are proactive in establishing your professional reputation rather than defending it against assumptions others make about you."
Highly recommended for all readers - even the most charismatic extroverts can learn crucial social interaction lessons from this sensible, accessible, and absolutely invaluable guide!
- The Midwest Book Review
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Concise, empowering and insightful, Shelleman's book encourages you to reach for the stars. This is the perfect book for every introverted workplace wallflower wanting to blossom... Read morePublished on July 12, 2013 by Lettie
Dr. Shelleman lays out a carefully constructed plan for career success as an introverted professional in a culture that favors extraverts. Read morePublished on March 16, 2012 by Diane
As Dr. Shelleman explains being an introvert offers just as much potential for success as does being an extrovert--success is not determined by where one falls along the continuum... Read morePublished on March 6, 2012 by G. A. Gull