Part of the world doesn’t understand the quieter introspective person. A recent study shows that introverts constitute half of the American population.
The last job I had was in 1986. My boss was the Vice President of Nursing. Not knowing I was one of the introverts, she would observe me quietly sitting in staff meetings with the upper management of the nursing department. After a while she said, “You know Pat, you don’t talk enough. You just sit there and listen, and watch. I’m really uncomfortable with you just sitting there quietly.”
I thought, “What is this woman’s problem? This is me.”
Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about these points
- How to know if you are an introvert?
- How are introverts different
- How introverts adapt to an extroverted world
- The introvert on the expert witness stand
- How introverts prepare and typically do not like to be caught off-guard
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Pat Iyer has been a legal nurse consultant since 1987 when she first began reviewing cases as an expert witness. She achieved national prominence through her texts and many contributions to the legal nurse consulting field. She is a proud introvert.