Extrovert employees are the people who are talkative and yearning to work with others. The best way these employees work is in expressing what they are thinking and engaging in group creativity. Sometimes, extroverts need to brainstorm about a problem and exchange feedback with others to develop a final decision. While working alone on an assignment, an extrovert has a lot of energy to release, so the best time for a meeting to brainstorm would be after the extrovert has been isolated for a while. They pay more attention to non-verbal cues so be aware of your body language, your tone of voice, and your facial expressions while communicating with them. Place an extrovert employee in a work environment where they would be able to openly interact with other employees to brainstorm and attend conferences. It would overall help them be happier and more effective because they would be working in a space where their personality can be expressed while they are still being productive for the company.
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