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May 26, 2021

Karl Moore is a true expert when it comes to introverts, extroverts – and ambiverts. He is an associate professor at McGill University and previously on the faculty of Templeton College at Oxford University for five years, where he remains an Associate Fellow. He has also taught on MBA and executive programs at Harvard Business School, Stanford, Duke, Oxford, Cambridge, LBS, to name a few. His most recent research projects are on introverted, ambiverted and extroverted leaders in the C-Suite.


In 2005, Business Strategy Review identified Moore among a group of the world's greatest business thinkers. A 2011 article in The Globe and Mail listed him as one of the four top business professors in Canada. Before joining academia, he worked 12 years in sales and marketing management positions with IBM, Bull and Hitachi.


I’m truly excited to speak with Karl to learn more about his work and what changes we can expect to see with senior leadership in the post-pandemic world. Tune in as we explore why leaders need to be ambiverts, humble leadership, not being the smartest person in the room, defining purpose, and personality tests.