HOW TO QUICKLY ADJUST TO CHANGE IN 2020

HOW TO QUICKLY ADJUST TO CHANGE IN 2020




I’ve set a goal to read 220 books in the year 2020!


I know you must be thinking, “Darn it! Jacqueline! Are you crazy?” No, I'm not! I’m just audacious!


In this episode, still part of our “Leading Through Crisis and Chaos” series, my 2-minute leadership tip is a brief recap of Spencer Johnson’s classic bestsellerWho Moved My Cheese?” { Find the book on Amazon https://amzn.to/2KgDGQ6 }





Timestamped Show Notes:



[00:58] Why I suggest “Who Moved My Cheese?”


[01:06] Spencer introduces us to 4 characters and the different ways they

all deal with change.



[01:18] We all have the characteristics of these persons in ourselves.


  • The book will help you identify which of these characteristics you

have as regards how you approach change [01:23]



[01:33] The cheese depicts those things that are stable in our lives, that we

have built our lives around.



[01:43] Some characters get comfortable around these “cheese’, and when

change comes, they get angry!


  • Other characters eventually find their way and come around [01:53]


  • One character's end is unknown. [01:55]



[02:03] Who Moved My Cheese?” is a constant reminder for us in this

season of rapid global change.


  • The book will give you some great tools to think about how to

navigate these times.


[02:38] To help you through the Covid-19 period, ZeroGap.Co’s courses are

currently on a 50% discount sale




Key Quotes:



“It’s even more important to keep your leadership tools sharp. To

learn new tools so that you can handle the new challenges.” ~ Jacqueline



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Jacqueline Twillie is president of ZeroGap, a women’s leadership training and development firm that’s dedicated to closing the gender wages gap, so women can earn more of their true worth. ZeroGap serves its clients worldwide from Dallas Texas, in the U.S.A.


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