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Open and Honest: Part 1 — Ask. Don’t Tell.

Professional EOS Implementers® have two expectations for the sessions that they facilitate with their clients: That everyone is both open and honest. What does “open” mean? I explain “open” to my clients as “be intentionally curious simply to understand the other person’s view.” Each team member has a unique perspective or opinion. Sometimes that perspective

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Traction Tip: Avoiding Potholes

While I’m driving on the highway I have my eyes focused on the road up in front of me much more than behind me. Every once in a while I’ll check the side-view or rearview mirrors to confirm what’s going on around me. I’ll also occasionally check my dashboard to verify what is happening instantaneously.

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Traction Tip: LMA

100% Right People in the Right Seats. You have to have both to achieve a great vision for your business. Now that you have them, you want to retain these great people and that takes great leadership and great management. Businesses running on EOS® use “LMATM” (Leadership + Management = Accountability) to lead all of

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Traction Tip: Right Seats

Last month we discussed hiring, firing, recognizing, and rewarding the RIGHT PEOPLE for your culture. Having the right people is key for achieving your vision. You must also ensure that they are in the right seats. Businesses running on EOS® use an Accountability ChartTM to create the right structure for the business, defining each seat

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Traction Tip: Rocks

The root of the word priority is “prior.” Simply, a priority is that which comes prior, or before, anything else. What is your priority for your business? Does everyone else in the company know this priority? Are they making decisions and completing tasks that help achieve this priority? EOS® leadership teams meet every quarter to

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Traction Tip: Delegate

It seems that owners and executives are always running out of time while employees are running out of work. Consider this scenario: An employee enters your office and says, “Hey, I have a problem.” You ask her to explain. As she finishes up you say, “Let me think about that and get back to you

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