Alumni Career Programs GWebinar: "Leveling the Playing Field: The Introvert's (& Extrovert's) Playbook for Professional Success" (Online)
Online via Zoom
This Alumni Career Programs GWebinar will be led by Joe Rosenlicht, CCAS '02, a Senior Career Coach with the GW School of Business' F. David Fowler Career Center, and alumnus Stephen Beattie, GWSB '18, a Senior Associate at PwC. They will present a fun and informative webinar for both introverts and extroverts, exploring what it means to be an introvert living and working in an extroverted-leaning world. They will take a look at the past, present, and future of the career management process from the introvert-extrovert lens, discuss challenges (as well as opportunities) in the face of developments with COVID-19, and propose strategies to overcome those challenges. They will also look at ways that introverts and extroverts can work together, and how managers can support their employees, in order to produce optimal results.
There will be a Q&A session with all participants following Stephen and Joe's presentation.
Stephen Beattie graduated from The GW School of Business (GWSB) in 2018 with a Bachelor of Accounting and a minor in Economics. During his time at GW, he was involved with GWSB Undergraduate Programs as an FYDP Coordinator, and with the F. David Fowler Career Center as a Fowler Coordinator for two years. Outside of GWSB, Stephen was the team manager for the GW Women’s Basketball Team where he celebrated two A10 Championships with the team. Currently working for PwC in their Assurance practice as a Senior Associate, Stephen enjoys mentoring and networking with current undergraduate students and faculty.
Joe Rosenlicht holds a Graduate Certificate in Leadership Coaching from GW, as well as a BA in Economics from Rutgers University, and an MBA from Rider University. After completing the Leadership Coaching certificate, he began volunteering with GW’s Alumni Office, working with alumni in improving their networking skills. He currently works as a Senior Career Coach in the F. David Fowler Career Center at the GW School of Business, guiding both undergraduate and graduate students in their career development, as well as managing the Fowler Associates program.