Tips for Managing Different Personality Types at Home

For this post, we’ll skip the world news update. The bottom line is – many of us are now working remotely for the foreseeable future.

In this new context, let’s talk about three groups of people that could (and probably are) handling this badly, and how you as a manager can help navigate them through the cripplingly mundane nature of working from home in a pandemic.

Some people prefer remote working. They adapt well to it; they find it less distracting and can actually thrive working somewhere that isn’t a busy, noisy office. Good for them.

And then, there’s the rest of us.


Just a quick note on extroverts. They charge their battery around other people. Interacting with others and taking part in collaborative tasks gives them energy. In turn, this allows them to feel engaged and alive. If you’re less familiar with the true definitions and behaviors of extroverts versus introverts, be sure to check out this SAP Litmos Training Content course on cognitive functions

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