David Boroughs
Most Recent Book Title
The Extrovert's Guide to Elevating Introverted Leaders in the Workplace: Embracing a Culture of Belonging
Book Description
The Extrovert's Guide to Elevating Introverted Leaders in the Workplace is a positive, practical guide for leaders on how to elevate aspiring introverted leaders, break the extrovert bias, and create a culture of belonging. The concept is unique since it is directed toward the people with the power and is widely applicable to every workplace globally today. It will appeal both to introverts and extroverts that desire improvement and change. I am recently retired from a 30-year career in corporate America where I was a successful introverted leader for a Fortune 500 company. I battled culturally accepted bias and discrimination daily. I struggled to maintain my authenticity in a world that wanted me to act like an extrovert. This book documents the key lessons I learned with the goals of making the future path of aspiring introverted leaders more efficient and creating lasting cultural change.
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Author bio
David Boroughs is a retired professional engineer and corporate leader now focusing on his family while pursuing his passion as an author and artist in Houston, Texas. His thirty-year career has spanned numerous experiences, including engineering, operations, safety, environmental stewardship, and leadership for a Fortune 500 company. Over time, David led teams in Louisiana, Texas, California, and Indonesia. Both his success and struggles shaped his passion to elevate introverts. David's desire is to help today's introverts learn how to be authentically successful more efficiently, while simultaneously accelerating the pace of cultural change so people of all personality types feel like they belong.
Professional Speaker Topics
Elevating Introverted Leaders in the Workplace
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." - Maya Angelou

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