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How Office Introverts can Improve their Workplace Relationships
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Some of your most productive employees—people who are organized, good at solving problems, thoughtful, focused, and efficient—may need a little extra support from leaders. That’s because they’re introverted, which makes it challenging for them to work well with others.

Psychotherapist, author, and relationship expert Christina Steinorth, MA, MFT, will share some steps that can make a difference in the way introverts interact at work and how others respond to them.

These tips can help you coach the introverts in your workplace to their potential, which can in turn lead to a more balanced and productive workplace!
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Clarity from Chaos: Office Introverts

Christine Steinorth- Relationship Expert, Licensed Psychotherapist, and Author of Cue Cards for Life Thoughtful Tips for Better Relationships talks about how you can help the office introvert express themselves and become part of the team.

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Christina Steinorth
Christina Steinorth is the author of Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips for Better Relationships. She is a Psychotherapist in Private Practice and a Board Certified Diplomate of professional counseling (IAMBCP). With an office in beautiful downtown Santa Barbara, she holds a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and graduated in the top three of her class from the fully accredited Phillips Graduate Institute of California. As a sought after relationship expert, Christina appears regularly in the media. She is a frequent radio guest and has been a featured relationship expert on The John Tesh Network, KARN, WNRI, KTALK, as well as countless other web and podcast. In print, her advice is often quoted in regional and international magazines and newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Huffington Post, Woman's Day, Cosmopolitan, Fox News Magazine, Shape, Celebrity Parents, Canadian Living and Inland Empire Magazine. Online, Christina's advice has appeared on numerous websites including WebMD, Askmen, SheKnows, Lifetime Moms and Made Men. When Christina isn't writing or working with clients, she enjoys boating, bicycling, hiking, cooking and creating mosaic art. One of her most passionate causes in life is helping those in less-than-fortunate situations and when time permits, she travels to volunteer in orphanages in Mexico. Locally, she assists in helping to feed the homeless in her city and she volunteers at a local Basset Hound Rescue. An avid traveler, Christina enjoys learning of other cultures visiting distant lands. At home on the Central Coast of California, Christina and her husband share their residence with their black Pug, Sigmund, and their Basset Hound Winston.

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