Introverts tend to be better CEOs — and other surprising traits of top-performing executives Introverts tend to be better CEOs — and other surprising traits of top-performing executives

Introverts tend to be better CEOs — and other surprising traits of top-performing executives Featured

New research finds that better performing CEOs are slightly more likely to be introverts, rarely hold Ivy League degrees, often have career failures on their resumes; - and have several traits in common, including their ability to make fast decisions.

The image most people have of a straight-from-central-casting CEO is usually something like the following: An extroverted, charismatic, confident executive who climbed a mistake-free ladder to the top with a degree from an elite school.

Read the article on washingtonpost.com

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