The power of ambiversion


Published: 4Mar2021
Karl Moore

In a world of emergent strategy, where more levels of an organization are involved in strategic decisions than ever, Professor Karl Moore points to the value of ambiversion in leadership. Naturally extroverted leaders must learn to mimic introverts in listening carefully and analytically, while introverted leaders must act like extroverts to energize a team. In the uncertainty of the pandemic, we must all become ambiverts, Moore argues.

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