The Dynamic Introvert – A Leadership Book for Introverts

Last month I published the 2nd edition of The Dynamic Introvert: Leading Quietly with Passion and Purpose. This edition is longer and has new stories, research and checklists.


The New Books Have Arrived!

The New Books Have Arrived!

The Dynamic Introvert is a unique leadership book full of practical ideas, resources, and self-coaching questions to help introverts step into leadership roles and excel in their chosen careers.

The following is a review by Laurie Helgoe, author of Introvert Power: Why Your Inner Life is Your Hidden Strength:

“In The Dynamic Introvert, leadership coach Lesley Taylor artfully integrates findings from a variety of sources, providing fresh perspective on what it means to be a leader, and presents her insights in a clear and accessible manner. Taylor demonstrates the best qualities of introvert leaders: she helps the reader access his or her own style, passion and sense of purpose, and to build from there. Generous with tips and tools for self-exploration, The Dynamic Introvert is a smart and refreshing alternative to society’s standard “get out there” and “just do it” advice.”

And, although the healing the workplace blog is not about introverts per se, the blog is about workplace dynamics and the introvert/extrovert dynamic is one that has numerous implications for all of us:

  • how we communicate,
  •  how productive we are,
  •  who gets promoted,
  •  our overall job satisfaction, and
  •  how effectively we deal with stress.

I hope you enjoy the book!

Wishing you all the best, Lesley



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