Leadership

Onboarding New Leaders into EOS

Preface: I have a great passion for this topic. It ties directly to the first Core Focus I wrote over: “My passion is to maximize growth and minimize pain to help leaders move to, and past, the tipping point of success.” It also comes from the fact that I have...

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Tips for Collaborating: Boards & Leadership Teams

Some organizations, especially those with a board of directors, may ask themselves: Is EOS really the best option for us? How does it work in an organizational structure with a board? The answer is, it works great! Let me be clear, EOS is...

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4 Ways to Encourage a Solid Company Culture

I’m a huge supporter of well-established company cultures. When an organization starts working with me to implement EOS, understanding the core of who their company is lays an incredible foundation for success. But beyond...

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One-on-ones: Yes or No?

One-on-ones: Yes or No?

In EOS - One-on-ones . . . Yes or No? I have been getting this question lately, and so I want to answer it for all. First, my early clients will attest that I was a pro one-on-one and EOS® person. After implementing EOS® with 30+ clients I have learned a few things:...

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IDS Like a Rock Star

IDS Like a Rock Star

Problem solving as a leadership team is the one of the most important skills you can build because the organization needs you to do it so the issues that get identified during your EOS® journey get solved. It is also critical as you cascade your L10 meetings that you...

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Clarity Breaks!

Clarity Breaks!

Clarity breaks are a critical part of leadership in EOS, and any leader will benefit from this habit. Here are some tips for getting started or restarted.

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4 Tips to Boost Courage in Your Leader

4 Tips to Boost Courage in Your Leader

As an EOS implementer I get to be involved in a lot of open and honest conversations with leaders. I think of them often during this time of crisis, and this message is for all the people who have a leader that needs them. Brutal facts – they all need our encouragement no matter how they appear when they stand in front of you.

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The Case for Doing a Reverse Accountability Chart

The Case for Doing a Reverse Accountability Chart

I am blessed to be part of a community where people help each other. Over the past couple of weeks, my fellow EOSi's (our name for other EOS® Implementers) have shared countless bits of wisdom that have helped me in the conversations I have been having with the...

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Leadership Books & Courage

Leadership Books & Courage

One of the best leadership books I read last year was Dare to Lead by Brené Brown. As I work with leaders through the EOS® process and as part of the LeaderWork program, I am constantly in situations where I see people display courage and speak/hear truth,...

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