ambivert


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am·bi·vert

(am'bi-vert),
One who falls between the two extremes of introversion and extroversion, possessing some tendencies of each.

ambivert

[am′bivurt′]
Etymology: L, ambo, both, vertere, to turn
a person who possesses characteristics of both introversion and extroversion.

am·bi·vert

(am'bi-vĕrt)
Person with characteristics of both extrovert and introvert qualities.
[ambi + L. verto, to turn]

ambivert

(am′bi-vĕrt″) [ ambi- + (extro)version or (intro)version]
A person whose personality type shows tendencies of both introversion and extroversion.
ambiversion (am″bi-vĕr′zhŏn)
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Ambiverts are better able to balance the activities of provocation, inspection, listening and responding.
Your key takeaways are that 1) there are more ambiverts among us (and probably within your company) than there are extroverts or introverts, so 2) most of the people in your company are actually quite well suited to sales, marketing and a range of persuasive activities.
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