Introverts are people who like spending most of their time alone, they enjoy being alone than being around people, they don’t like sharing their problems or difficulties with people around them they prefer sorting their problems by themselves. Extroverts enjoy spending most of their times with people, sharing their issues, freely mingling with people around them. In fast foods restaurants, malls, pharmacies, and other working areas there is always a mixture of introverts and extroverts. Thus one can easily differentiate the two groups through proper observations. . Through good representation of the workers in a nearby shopping mall, there are differences between the two groups based on the Myers-Briggs scale as discussed below.
Extroverts are people who are outgoing and the feel comfortable working with others. This gives them an upper hand in building strong relationships in the working areas and also creating the spirit of teamwork. It’s important to work with workers who portray these qualities because bonding with people and working as a team ensures maximum output thus leading to increased productivity of an organization. . On the other hand, introverts are reserved and the like working alone. This is challenging because in any work working alone and having a reserved personality lead` to minimum output thus causing decreased productivity. The advantage of introverts is that working alone and being reserved makes one come up with sound judgments thus avoid many errors that occur because of working as a group. Basing on the two traits them the extroverts are considered to be good employees because every employer focusses on the productivity of his/her job.
Secondly, as a result of mingling with a lot of people, extroverts have a full knowledge of things related to their job and other things that are not related to their job but can positively impact the outcomes of their jobs. This is an important trait that every employer requires his/her employee to have, networking helps a business organization to expand, knowing people contributes to market the business and also have technical skills that help during the problem-solving process in an organization. Introverts, on the other hand, they just prefer knowing a few people, this is challenging because knowing a few people makes one have a shallow knowledge base thus limiting the employees interpersonal, technical and networking skills that are crucial for any business entity.
Furthermore, the introverts have a problem of jumping into activities without thinking about it; this is a big issue in any business because critical thinking is an important aspect of any organization. A small error can lead to serious adverse consequences in an entity thus significant, and rational thinking is required in any employee before engaging in any activity. Introverts spend most of their time thinking before making any move; this is a plus for them, but the problem is the amount of time they take to think. This creates a dilemma because in as much as critical and creative thinking is required, it needs to take a short period to facilitate maximum output.
In conclusion, it is easier to manage extroverts than introverts in any business organization because skills such as teamwork, networking, interpersonal and intrapersonal skills are essential and thus required in any employee in an entity and introverts are good managers