While I don’t have a scientific study to cite, I can say that, in my last 10+ years as a career coach, I’ve worked with a lot of people who’ve labeled themselves as “introverts” on-the-job. Their stories helped me to identify some common examples that indicate a person is being perceived as an introvert at work.
Signs You're Viewed As An Introvert At WorkHere are seven signs you might be viewed as an introvert at work:
1.) You don’t have many colleagues you could call “work friends” at the office.
2.) Your manager and colleagues regularly forget to respond to your emails.
3.) You are left out of meetings.
4.) You’ve been passed over for promotion.
5.) People avoid eye contact with you.
6.) People choose to email you their requests as opposed to ask for them in-person.And most importantly,
7.) You feel helpless to change your status at work, and therefore, try to fly “under the radar” so you don’t have to interact with others.