Are Introverts or Extroverts the Best Performers in Healthcare Jobs?

What exactly are introverts and extroverts? What strengths and weaknesses do they display in the workplace and which personality type is more likely to meet the demanding requirements of today’s healthcare jobs?

The differences between introverted and extroverted employees, and the debate over what each type can contribute to an organisation, have recently become keenly discussed topics among specialists in management, recruitment and HR.

The following blog explores the question of whether introverts or extroverts are better equipped for the challenges of modern healthcare roles.

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