This ultimate introvert’s guide to surviving and thriving in the globalized workplace is written by an “extreme introvert” who is also a bestselling international author and a successful sports agent, businesswoman, and philanthropist.
Jill is living proof that introverts can thrive in the workplace, and in different cultural settings. Her practical new book will welcome readers to the Quiet Revolution of introverts. With an assortment of real-world cases, Jill shows that introverts can excel in the workplace — and be great assets to their organizations -- just by being our authentic selves and by using our unique traits to our advantage.
A must-have book for today’s quiet warriors.
New York Times bestselling author of QUIET and QUIET POWER and co-founder of Quiet Revolution
I have read numerous workplace guides for introverts, but Jill Chang's book is different. She makes success look easy, because ease is the very thing she teaches. Through gentle and practical guidance, the reader learns how to remove the "heavy armor" of extroversion expected by society and to be a "comfortable introvert." Chang, an executive whose territory now encompasses three countries, is living proof of that comfortable success. An invaluable resource.
Dr. Laurie Helgoe
Author of INTROVERT POWER: Why Your Inner Life Is Your Hidden Strength.
Being an introvert in today's workplace is not often an easy road but this book will show you how to navigate that world with confidence by drawing upon your own natural strengths. Author Ching Jen has diverse, global experience as a marketing specialist, international grantmaking advisor, and mentor. She writes beautifully about her own struggles and successes as an introverted professional. Readers will find this book both practical AND inspiring.
Jennifer Kahnweiler, PhD.
Author of The Introverted Leader, Quiet Influence: The Introvert’s Guide to Making a Difference, The Genius of Opposites, and Creating Introvert-Friendly Workplaces.
Jill Chang has written an empowering companion for those who are quiet, thoughtful and kind – and sometimes most unjustly underrated. An introvert herself, she sheds a much-needed light on the extraordinary strengths and abilities introverts bring to the workplace. A candid, splendid book that lets your inner introvert shine!
Dr. Doris Märtin
Author of Leise gewinnt, Smart Talk. Sag es richtig!, Words don't come easy, etc.
This book has an important message for us introverts: We can be successful - in our very own way.
Jill offers plenty of encouraging examples and smart strategies that help make this message true.
Dr. Sylvia Löhken
Author of Intros und Extros: Wie sie miteinander umgehen und voneinander profitieren (Introverts and Extroverts- How They Deal With and Benefit From Each Other), Leise Menschen - starke Wirkung. Wie Sie Präsenz zeigen und Gehör finden. (Quiet People, Strong Effect: How to Show Precense and Be Heard )
Jill has written a book that's like a conversation with a good friend: encouraging, enlightening, and full of valuable insights. She holds a mirror up to introverts that reflects our best selves and gives ample advice on how to embrace our strengths. You’ll find warmth, humor, and wisdom in her words that will give you new energy to be your best introvert self!
Beth L. Buelow
PCC, author, The Introvert Entrepreneur: Amplify Your Strengths and Create Success on Your Own Terms
Many introverts struggle in the workplace because they haven’t figured out how to adapt their office politics and self-promotion to their personality. Chang provides solid strategies to help these introverts shine in their own quiet way.
Author of The Introvert's Way: Living a Quiet Life in a Noisy World, Introverts in Love: The Quiet Way to Happily Ever After
Thank you, Jill Chang, for introducing the first book about introverts in the workplace into the Chinese market. May your book enable introverts to recognize and harness their talents and for extroverts to increasingly appreciate their introvert colleagues.
Presentation & Career Coach, Author of Self-Promotion for Introverts®, Adjunct Faculty, New York University.