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...
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?
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.
After a year of virtual meetings, it’s great to have meetings in person again where we can truly connect with each other. Oftentimes, everything we need to know about how someone is feeling can be found by looking in their eyes. Eyes tell a story, and great leaders will notice this in their staff.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.