I think that the way out of this situation is to abandon the close cooperation and to improve the approach to it. First, we must find a way to communicate between introverts and extroverts in which the leadership and other tasks would be distributed based on temperament and innate strengths. According to research, the most effective teams are the optimal combination of introverts and extroverts; the same can be said of many decision-making structures. It is also necessary to create a working environment in which people can freely rotate in a continuously changing kaleidoscope of interactions, and thus retire in their personal workspace, where they need to focus or just be alone. Our schools should teach children skills to interact with others - group training can be very effective, if this method is applied correctly and in a moderate amount. However, children should also provide enough time and give them the necessary training to enable them to engage in deliberate practice independently. It is important to recognize that many people (especially introverts, such as Steve Wozniak) need silence and solitude, so that they can carry out their work at the highest level.
The Man Who Went Up In Smoke
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