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A person who enjoys or is particularly good at interacting with others.
- ‘Now, I think tonight's format, because the president is such a people person - tonight's format was one that really helped the president's personality shine.’
- ‘The dynamic leaders that will exist in this new age are leaders who are primarily focused as people persons who will harness the creative power of their organisations and foster an ethos of hope and belonging.’
- ‘But when it comes right down to it, I'm just really not a people person.’
- ‘Some of you have been reading long enough to know I'm a real people person.’
- ‘Plus I'm a people person and I like being overseas,’ he laughs.’
- ‘I'm also a people person and like managing events,’ she said.’
- ‘She seemed so together, so organised - such a people person.’
- ‘He is a people person - you can tell he just loves people.’
- ‘‘Superintendents need to learn to be people persons,’ he explains.’
- ‘You have to be a people person who enjoys constant contact with customers.’
- ‘I'm not much of a people person, and not much of a talker.’
- ‘She was a risk-taker, a people person, one of those people who walked into the room and captured attention because there was an energy that came from her.’
- ‘He is a great motivator and a real people person, who is more than happy to inspire other people in order to help them realise and achieve their dreams in life.’
- ‘When you know that you are not a people person, you avoid situations which may cause you to come into contact with way too many people at once.’
- ‘Back in the mists of my early twenties, when I was still a weddings and funerals organist, I was routinely put on and taken off various other church rosters, during which I at least learned the limit of the extent to which I'm a people person.’
- ‘Well, I can see how someone would say that, but I have always been a people person.’
- ‘He was not a people person, though his work enriched the lives of many, as he worked in the scientific field of discovering vaccines for tropical diseases.’
- ‘I am a people person and I would like to work with the public.’
- ‘Susan was a people person, always willing to help anyone.’
- ‘I'm a people person and the biggest buzz for me is seeing a customer who is delighted by what they buy from us.’
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