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The lesson of the study: Bendersky says team leaders should be wary of extroverts. The core of an extroverted personality is to be attention-seeking, she observes. It turns out they just keep talking, they dont listen very well and theyre not very receptive to other peoples input. They dont contribute as much as people think they will. If she were putting together a team, says Bendersky,I would staff it with more neurotics and fewer extroverts than my initial instinct would lead me to do.