april, 2020

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Webinar: Adapting to a Virtual Wold

Event Details

Ideas for Extroverts and Introverts

Stop us if you’ve heard this recently “Introverts Please Check On Your Extrovert Friends, They’re Not OK.” 

While amusing, the truth is that the emerging virtual world of work has consequences for both introverts and extroverts. Facilitated by “Introvert Addict”, Eilis Wasserman, and “Lifelong Extrovert”, Mitch Isaacs, we will explore how introverts and extroverts can adapt to the current circumstances.

Learning Objectives

Identifying the key traits of introverts and extroverts

Explore challenges and opportunities for introverts and extroverts in a virtual world

Discover effective strategies for connecting with introverts and extroverts in today’s environment


About Our Facilitators

Eilis Wasserman is certified in Remote Learning and Development from Trainplaceless.

She works as  higher education & freelance career coach focused on cultivating confidence and inspiring self-discovery. She is passionate about working with introverts & promoting remote work/flexibility in one’s life. She graduated from Saint Mary’s College with a Bachelors degree in Communication Studies and The University of Dayton with a Masters degree in Education.

Eilis recently worked at the Ball State University Career Center as a Career Coach and currently works remotely for the University of Michigan and TheMuse.com.


Mitch Isaacs was named Shafer Leadership Academy’s Executive Director in May 2015. In this role, he works closely with the organization’s board of directors to fulfill the mission of the organization. He is responsible for creating vision, connecting with stakeholders, administering program offerings and leading the organization in meaningful ways.

Mitch has over a decade of college leadership experience spanning multiple campuses. He graduated from Ball State University in 2002 with a double major in History and Political Science and a minor in Counseling Psychology. Mitch completed his Master’s degree in Student Affairs and Higher Education at Indiana State University. Mitch returned to Ball State in 2005 and spent the next 10 years as a working professional in Higher Education, including five years as the  Director of the Excellence in Leadership program, and Coordinator of the Leadership Studies Minor.

Mitch is an active member of the Muncie community. He serves as the President of the Country Village / Creekwood Neighborhood Association, and Vice President for the Indiana Leadership Association Board of Directors. Mitch also sits on the board of directors for Muncie Action Plan. Mitch is passionate about youth development, with roles as a Project Leadership Mentor, a Big Brother with Big Brothers / Big Sisters of Delaware County, and a member of the Burris Laboratory School Advisory Council.

He is committed to enhancing the leadership skills of the community and dedicated to Shafer Leadership Academy’s mission to ensure that individuals who have the desire to demonstrate leadership have access to world class leadership training close to home.

Time

(thursday) 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm