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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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How to Become the Best Integrator-Visionary Dynamic Duo

How to Become the Best Integrator-Visionary Dynamic Duo

I just returned from my quarterly meeting with all of my fellow EOS Implementers. My single biggest takeaway? How much effort has gone into the tools helping Integrators develop as leaders and build an incredibly strong Visionary/Integrator relationship. In EOS, the...

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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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L10 Meetings: Debunking 3 (and a half!) Myths

I’ll be honest: L10s are my favorite tool when organizations are beginning their EOS journey. They really open up the floor to honest discussion and collaboration between members of the leadership team, but L10 meetings are...

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4 Tips to Get Your Rocks Above 80%

For most business leaders diving into EOS, writing quarterly rocks for the first time is difficult. I’ve previously talked about how to write great rocks, but today I want to talk about something slightly different but still...

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Prevent Burnout with Self Reflection

The beginning of the calendar year is, oftentimes, prime time for business teams to plan for the coming year. We look back at the previous year’s learnings, evaluate where we are now, and try to project out what the coming year may look like. But how often do we leaders practice self reflection in the same way?

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Here’s MY EOS Scorecard

In developing a solid EOS core card, it’s helpful to get some examples. Here’s a look at MY score card and the process I went through to develop it.

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Hitting the Ceiling | EOS Tips from trU Group

It can be frustrating when you’re not achieving what you set out to do, or when achieving a goal seems to come at great cost. Great leaders know when they need help. Using EOS’s Back to Basics Checklist, you can get your team back on track.

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