It’s no secret that business culture tends to reward extroversion. Those with boundless social energy and a desire for conversation and contact tend to thrive in the corporate world, specifically during tasks that involve persuasion, presentation, sales, teaching, argument, and collaboration. While extroverts tend to gain energy during these tasks, coming out feeling even stronger and more engaged than they did when they went in, introverts experience the opposite. These activities tend to leave introverted employees and managers exhausted and drained, which can make a day on the job feel like a year, and a year feel like an eternity.But the job must be done. So if you’re stepping into a management role or leadership position, how can you make your introversion work for you? Or at the very least, how can you keep it from standing in your way? Here are a few moves that can help.