If we are looking to advance our careers, reinvention is a must. It’s not what you think it is if you’re thinking makeover (although sometimes it is). Your reinvention efforts must fit and deliver what the employer’s need. I talk about it in more detail with Anthony Quinones.
What does reinvention mean for your career?
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Let me share more about Anthony’s background:
Anthony is the Founder and Chief Reinvention Officer at Q-Ball Media, home of the “Your Point of Q” podcast. You can go to his blog here to listen. He has published several articles on Huffington Post and has made several other media appearances.
He has published two books:
The Brandpreneur Beginners Guide
Here are highlights of our conversation on reinvention:
- People used to look at reinvention as a cool and nice thing, but now it’s a necessity
- New opportunities are now coming through temp work, contracts, and volunteering
- Relationships are key to starting the reinvention process
- 62% are finding jobs through referral
- More job stability from the job search process from relationships than applying online
- Employers trust a new hire who was referred by a current employee than a new hire who applied online
- Trust is a key benefit from an employee referral
- Saves money for the company
- Your references help embed trust
- Six types of key relationships: Friends, family, coworkers, ex-classmates, associations, people you know of (pyko or pee-co)
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