Make Your Reinvention Work
For generations, the establishment mantra has been “work hard and you’ll be recognized on the basis of merit.” The net result? The guys with connections and powerful patrons got all the breaks. But now, we’re in the midst of a new era of faster-moving professional trajectories, shorter tenure at jobs, and the ability to instantly communicate your message across the world. That means your reputation isn’t a closely guarded secret, whispered about in corridors anymore. You can monitor and shape how you’re perceived in real time and make adjustments as necessary.
That’s important if you’re committed to building ...