Mon, November 9, 2020 6:00 P.M.
What do Elon Musk, Melissa Mayer and Bill Gates have in common outside of being wildly successful? They are all introverts.
In today’s fast paced, unstable workplace, achieving success requires speaking up and taking initiative. Introverts can be challenged by a workplace that is predominantly extroverted. Their natural, ability to reflect and listen can be a drawback but it can also work in their favor. Learn how to work best with introverts to help them appreciate their strengths while taking risks that will help them succeed in self-promotion and move on a stronger path to career management.
- Three Golden Rules for speaking up
- The Introvert Savvy script for building a professional network
- Social Media: Real time promotion tool for Introvert
Jane Finkle has twenty-five years of experience as a career coach for universities and has run her own career counseling firm since 2002. She also created and led the Wharton Career Discovery seminar, a program still offered today and served as liaison for recruiters from major corporations. Jane wrote a weekly column, “Career Blueprints,” for Abington Patch and has been published in the Huffington Post, Mindbodygreen, Soundview, Talent Development and Adirondack Life. In addition, she served as career and graduate school advisor for U.S. News & World Report’s Education and Career Forum. Jane is the Author of The Introvert’s Complete Career Guide: From Landing a Job, to Surviving, Thriving and Moving on Up (Career Press)
Her firm, Jane Finkle Career Coaching in Philadelphia, is dedicated to assisting individuals with career assessment, job search strategies, and workplace adjustment. www.janefinkle.com
This program is free but registration is required. All registrants will be emailed virtual meeting information the day before. Register here.
Monday, November 9 | 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.