The Rise of the New Groupthink – Collaboration May Be Over Rated

Who is Susan Cain?

  • Before she became a writer for outlets like the New York Times, Susan practiced corporate law for seven years, representing clients like JP Morgan and General Electric, and then worked as a negotiations consultant, training all kinds of people, from hedge fund managers to TV producers to college students negotiating their first salaries. Her clients have included Merrill Lynch, Shearman & Sterling, One Hundred Women in Hedge Funds, and many more. She went to Princeton University and Harvard Law School.
  • She prefers listening to talking, reading to socializing, cozy chats to group settings, and likes to think before she speaks (softly). She has never given a speech without being terrified first. She has explored this paradox in her first book, QUIET: The Power of Introverts In a World That Can’t Stop Talking. It tells the story of how being introverted has its advantages. You won’t be disappointed. Look for a summary here soon and click the icon below to purchase this vital book from Amazon.
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