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95% Done is Not Done

When it comes to your EOS Rocks and to-do’s, 95% done is not done. Traction is only possible by ensuring timely completion items within your annual, quarterly and weekly rhythms. Here are some ways to communicate this to your team without sounding too scary!

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Serve First! 1st Annual Holiday Share

Serve First! 1st Annual Holiday Share

Here is a summary of the Serve First! 1st Annual Holiday Share. This year it was for all active clients in lieu of doing a gift. It hit me through the year how this crisis was creating a bigger gap between those of us that have food, clothing, shelter, and hugs and...

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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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EOS®: Especially for Integrators – 1 Nugget

EOS®: Especially for Integrators – 1 Nugget

1 Nugget from the EOS Conference Your busy, so let me keep this brief and focused. . . . Last week I attended the 100% virtual EOS Conference and it was great. More to come next month from the speakers and sessions, but I wanted to share one thing with...

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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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