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If your career isn’t delivering the results you want, you need this straightforward book. Pamela Mitchell presents her well-designed, if not totally innovative, formula for examining, redefining and achieving your career goals. She begins each chapter with an in-depth profile of an individual’s actual career-transformation experience. She then presents a law, discusses its pivotal lessons, analyzes hidden conflicts, offers strategies and techniques, and refers you to appropriate exercises in the workbook at the end of the volume. getAbstract recommends this practical manual to those who are ready to start the process of career change and see it through.

In this summary, you will learn

  • Why a tough economic environment demands career reinvention,
  • How to use “the 10 laws of career reinvention,”
  • How some people successfully reinvented themselves and
  • How to reinvigorate your career.
 

About the Author

Pamela Mitchell is the founder and CEO of The Reinvention Institute.

 

Summary

Reinventing Your Career
The rules of the workplace changed with the recession. Companies and workers face rapid technological change, shorter business cycles and innovative competitive forces. You must take an adaptable, strategic approach to managing your “portfolio of skills” and matching...

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