Your organization can’t move forward without effective and creative brainstorming sessions. To achieve this, I recommend using Post-It notes during your meetings. Here are my 4 tips to using this tool for great brainstorming.
4 Videos Every Visionary / Founder Should Make | EOS Tips
Every organization has stories that help define who you are (culture) and put into context the importance of the work that you do. The problem – too many of your new people do not know the stories because the founder/visionary stops telling them. Here are four videos every founder/visionary should record and they should be shared/retold over and over in your words and with the passion that helped bring the organization where it is today.
How to Write Great EOS Rocks | EOS Tips
Developing excellent rocks and getting them done each quarter is a critical component to getting your leadership to 80% strong in EOS implementation. Leaders sometimes struggle with defining not only what needs to get done, but also what an appropriate challenge level is to ensure realistic completion. In this video, I share a workshop that I use with some of my clients to help them develop great rocks.
My EOS Story | Scott Patchin
I help entrepreneurs and their leadership teams solve root problems, lead more effectively, and gain Traction® in their businesses through a simple, proven operating system. Here is a quick story on how I got involved in EOS.
Tips for Generating a Great Issues List | EOS Tips
Many EOS users may be moving too fast to truly identify good “issues” within your organization. In this video, I explore some ways to create space and ask the right questions to ensure you’re identifying and tackling the most important issues in your organization.
The LMA Tool | EOS Tips
For organizations using EOS, this is a checklist-based tool for evaluating your efficacy in Leading, Managing and holding your direct reports Accountable in a healthy way.
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!
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...
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:...
EOS Integrators: Everyone should be in a great weekly meeting
Special topic for EOS IntegratorsIn recent meetings with a few clients—in one case doing a lunch and learn with some key managers around the L10 Meeting™—I have realized that a key learning has been missed. The concept of cascading L10 meetings has transformed...
For Visionaries: 2 Tips to Maximize Your Impact
You sit in the visionary seat because of your unique ability to see big trends, solve big problems, build/maintain important relationships, and generate ideas that will help your business get to the next level.
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...