Making Remote Work Work: Success Strategies for Introverts & Extroverts

By Gina Bartosiewicz

Making Remote Work Work: Success Strategies for Introverts & Extroverts

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Making Remote Work Work:  Success Strategies for Introverts & Extroverts

Presented by the Westchester County Bar Association and Co-sponsored by NYSBA’s Business Law Section

Becoming a 100% remote worker ‘overnight’ is a dramatic transition that brings with it more than its share of challenges. For example, how can you stay energized and efficient while supporting your law practice, clients, prospects and yourself if you are, by nature, more Extroverted? or Introverted? In this information-rich, interactive webinar, Executive Career Transition Coach & Myers-Briggs Type Indicator-certified practitioner, Laura Powers, President of Powers Career Coaching, LLC, will provide 3 concrete success strategies for Introverts and 3 concrete success strategies for Extroverts, which can be applied immediately, to enhance your productivity, satisfaction and comfort level throughout your remote work weeks ahead.

Please direct any questions regarding this webinar to Isabel Dichiara at [email protected]

Laura Powers, President of Powers Career Coaching, LLC, is an Executive Career Transition Coach with over 20 years of experience and success helping accomplished executives from diverse industries and career stages build the clarity, confidence and self-marketing skills needed to make satisfying, successful external career moves. A former banker grounded in business, Laura combines her proven methodology and focused approach with her sales & marketing experience and a high-touch, supportive coaching style to help her clients achieve results. In addition to running her boutique private coaching practice, Laura’s corporate experience includes career coaching roles with 4 major human resource consulting firms, a 5- year career advisory role with The Hartford Financial Services Group, and prior career experience as a corporate & private banking lender and business developer in the New York metropolitan area.


A sought-after speaker on career and business development topics, Laura has presented at numerous organizations throughout the Northeast, including: the New York State Bar Association; Financial Executives Networking Group; Stamford Innovation Center; Manhattanville College School of Business Annual Women’s Leadership Summit; PMIW Annual Symposium; Wheaton College (MA), Laura’s alma mater, where she currently serves as an Alumni Career Coach; and The Business Council of Westchester (BCW), where Laura has presented, Networking for Career & Business Success, The Power of Strategic Alliances, Emotional Intelligence (EQ) for Business Developers, and StarPower, an innovative, 5-month, EQ-oriented leadership development program, now in its 5th year, offered by the BCW to Westchester’s current and up & coming ‘40 Under 40’ Rising Stars.

Laura is professionally trained and certified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ®, Strong Interest Inventory ® and Social & Emotional Intelligence Profile ®.

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