How Do Introverts Lead?

Dr. Leatrice Oram, Antioch University Director for Accreditation & Academic Compliance spoke about Introversion and Leadership in a recent AUNE Clinical Psychology Management class. It was interesting and very helpful to understand the ways in which introverts can and do lead, and how and why the world and organizations can benefit from their leadership. We envision all of our psychology doctoral students as potential leaders in their fields and future organizations.

Dr. Oram earned her doctorate in Antioch’s Leadership and Change program. Her dissertation, A Method to My Quietness: A Grounded Theory Study of Living and Leading with Introversion, is a rich and evocative qualitative study of leaders who are introverts.

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