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The 6 Keys To Thriving In A World Of Rapid Change
By David Osborne
And how a story about cheese can help you get work
Nearly 100 Western Australian companies failed in November 2015 (1) and many employees are facing redundancy. This in turn leads to anxiety and stress because of the concerns about future financial security.

Those of us who have been in business for a while would have experienced this on many occasions. However there are some key principles to surviving and thriving in a world of change.
21 Days to a new job…guaranteed
As a recruitment advisor I meet many candidates who have been made redundant, some have been made redundant on numerous occasions. I have empathy for their situation, however there is a plan of action that I know will secure them work within 21 days, or less.

 
Those employees who embrace the plan have some common traits and one of the best ways to understand the required traits is to read “Who moved my cheese” By Dr Spencer.
Who moved my cheese?
There were two mice named “Sniff” and “Scurry” and two were littlepeople named “Hem” and “Haw” and they all lived in a maze. Every day the mice and the littlepeople spent time in the maze looking for cheese.

Eventually they all discovered what they were looking for at cheese Station C. When they arrived at cheese Station C, the mice took off their running shoes, tied them together and hung them around their necks – so they could get to them quickly whenever they needed them again.

But after a while, a different routine set in for the littlepeople. Hem and Haw hung up their jogging shoes and put on their slippers. They were becoming very comfortable now that they had found the Cheese.

After a while Hem’s and Haw’s confidence grew into arrogance. Soon they became so comfortable they didn’t even notice what was happening.

One morning they arrived at Cheese Station C and discovered there was no cheese.

(You could call it redundancy or lack of work, what should you do)?

Sniff and Scurry had noticed the supply of cheese had been getting smaller every day, put on their running shoes and went out into the maze to look for new cheese.

Hem and Haw arrived at Cheese Station C. They had not been paying attention to the small changes that had been taking place each day, so they took it for granted their Cheese would be there. They were unprepared for what they found. “What! No Cheese?”

Hem and Haw continued to spend days ranting and raving about the injustice of it all.

Finally, one day Haw realised if he kept doing the same things over and over again things will not get better and put on his running shoes and went out to search for more cheese.

Haw found a new source of cheese. However Hem remained where he was, waiting for the cheese to come back to station C.

Haw’s journey taught him some key principles when dealing with change

Notice the little changes around you and prepare for the big change that might be coming.
Understand there is always New Cheese out there whether you recognise it or not.
Recognise the fears that are holding you back then “do it anyway”, face your fears and work through them.
Keep things simple, be flexible and move quickly.
If You Do Not Change, You Can Become Extinct. (2)
 

Plus one more from Jack Welch,
The ex CEO of General Electric and once crowned “Manager of the Century”
“Change Before You Have To”

 

Jack Welch in an interview said when asked “Do you have any regrets” he replied

“I would have done everything faster.

Too often we pause when we should have charged. You’re never fast enough.”
So how do you obtain a job or work within 21 days or less?
* Identify the companies you wish to work for or do business with.
* Understand their current problems and concerns.
* Ensure you have a way to rectify their problems or concerns.
(You know your value proposition, how you can add value to their business).

* Contact someone within the organisation and arrange to have coffee with them.
* Explain how you can resolve their problem and add value to their organisation.
* Understand the eight hours a day you used to work before being made redundant, is now a new full time job dedicated to getting you work. Spend eight hours a day marketing your problem solving skills to the people in companies who know they need them.
* Don’t just wait for work to appear on a job board, go and find a company where you can resolve their problems and talk to them directly.


David Osborne
Profitable Personnel PTY LTD
www.profitablepersonnel.com
“Committed to helping businesses to maximise the return on investment from their employees.”

(1)McKenzie (2015) WA Companies fail at high rate, business news p40
(2)Johnson S Who Moved My Cheese? An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life Cited 1/23/2016 http://classes.sdc.wsu.edu/classes/cstm301/readings/who%20moved%20my%20cheese.pdf
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