Insights

Solving Tough Organizational Issues with EOS Tools

When I first talk to organizations about EOS, they tend to bring up a wide variety of organizational issues. High turnover rates. Dissatisfied employees. New hires who don’t align with company values. Miscommunication between the leadership team and employees. Time...

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Transitioning Leaders Using EOS™ Tools

When you have a member of your leadership team leave, filling a key seat with a new person can happen one of two ways: smoothly or chaotically. Utilizing the tools provided by EOS can support your efforts to ensure a smooth transition,...

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Overcoming the 3 Barriers to Delegation

At the beginning of every EOS journey is Focus Day. It’s a day dedicated to establishing the leadership team, setting rocks, and learning about the five leadership abilities and how you can use them to create breakthrough moments for your...

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Defining Resilience with EOS Implementer Nathan Beene

Defining Resilience with EOS Implementer Nathan Beene

In my last blog, I posed a few questions around how we as individuals define resilience, and what it means to us to be resilient. I recently had the opportunity to speak with Nathan Beene, the COO of the Grand Rapids Center for Community Transformation and a fellow...

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Defining Resilience with EOS Integrator Kelly Plawinski

Defining Resilience with EOS Integrator Kelly Plawinski

If you’ve been around for a while, you might remember my previous blogs and videos highlighting Kelly Plawinski’s expertise. As the COO and EOS Integrator of Adamy Valuation, Kelly has a wide variety of leadership experience and has faced her fair share of challenges...

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Create a More Resilient Organization & Self

Create a More Resilient Organization & Self

You find yourself at the end of a busy day learning from experts on a topic that interests you. You’ve met some new peers and had plenty of conversations that leave you feeling uplifted and not so alone. As your inspiration burns like a fire inside of you, you see a...

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3 Things You NEED to Teach Mid-Level Managers

When you grow to have mid-level managers in your organization—which generally leads to more disconnect from the day-to-day—it brings a whole new level of complexity. With a million things on your mind to keep the business afloat, there’s one task that often falls through the cracks: making sure mid-level managers have enough training.

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Top Tips for Beating Burnout

Exhausted, overwhelmed, void of passion for our work. Burnout is no joke, and it happens to even the most experienced businesspeople! Here are my top tips for healing and—most importantly—preventing burnout.

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