Working with others
Introverts are a great team member, if given some space
Introverts generally prefer to work alone. They can enjoy group activities, especially if well organised. However when it comes time to tackle the task they prefer no distractions. You could say silence is the genius zone for the introvert. In group situations, particularly during open discussions, they are typically more of an observer and prefer not to share their opinion unless asked directly. They generally prefer to share ideas in writing rather than be put on the spot, as this allows them to formulate their thoughts without intrusion. An introvert will prefer time to process feedback, generally on their own. Introverts can and will argue if required, they just don’t enjoy it. While group work might not always be comfortable or preferable, introverts can be an excellent team member when given the opportunity to work independently.