World Introvert Day

January 2, 2020

Celebrate the qualities of Introversion

Any MBTI® practitioner will tell you that no single personality type is better than another. Each type has its own strengths and blindspots - yet in today's world it can often feel that Extraversion is more prized. World Introvert Day was established to celebrate the often overlooked qualities of Introversion to redress the balance.

Here are a few resources that our team highly recommend for you to share, or use to create your own celebrations:


Webcast | The power of Introversion (and how to use it)

We all know the stereotypes for Introversion, but what is it really? How can we harness this power to make the most of a valuable resource? Our experts lead you through some of their key research and experience - both personal and professional.





A first-hand account from a self-reporting Introvert of their journey through life and the workplace.

Our own Lead MBTI Certification Trainer, Michael Segovia, discusses the power he brings as an Introvert to a job some people would consider more suited to an Extravert.

Susan Cain argues in this passionate talk, Introverts bring extraordinary talents and abilities to the world, and should be encouraged and celebrated.

Half the world's population prefers Introversion, but did you know that less than 40% of the senior managers and top executives in the world prefer Introversion? Learn this and more interesting facts, brought to you by The Myers-Briggs Company.

How do I know if I'm an Introvert?