But in reality, transformative reinventions occur when we dig deep into the roots of our life giving us opportunities to select skills, knowledge, and experiences most impactful for us over a longer course of time. It provides us with a perspective on what we want to bring along with us for our next reinvention.
This process requires honesty. You need to reflect on what has worked or not worked for you--and why. Choosing not to make your reinvention move until you understand both requires that you pluck up some courage.
This is why during our proprietary reinvention training we spend focused time with learners guiding them through the process of digging deep to eventually connect the dots for a transformative reinvention.
Small Supplier Academy
Journalism / Writing
Inspired by a 4th grade teacher that continues today.
Supply Chain Management
Responsible for overseeing supply chain operations for a large multinational company in the late nineties.
Embedded in my daily world of work in the 60s, 70s, and 80s by a number of brilliant mentors and leaders.
Always a good student (if the teacher didn't bore me), I credit my 6th grade teacher, a former Peace Corps volunteer, with blazing in me a passion for good teaching.
Responsible product ownership from idea to end of life likely stemmed from my years living and traveling in Europe and the Middle East in the late seventies. Interest continued in the 90s when I was involved in supply chain management.
Who knows where innovation stems from? It's now part of my DNA.
I'm excited to connect these dots in new and different ways!