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How Introverts Can Avoid Being Pigeonholed at Work

By DMO Affiliate
Quiet and shy by nature, Thomas Lynch is a MBA-mechanical engineer who was pigeonholed by his bosses at SAP as lacking in ambition. Mr. Lynch and his career coach Julie Cohen describe how he learned to take more risks. Photo: Scott Lewis for The Wall Street Journal.
How Introverts Can Avoid Being Pigeonholed at Work




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