Entrepreneurs learn early on to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. They can’t depend on predictable paychecks or their efforts panning out every time. From the outside, they usually appear outgoing and confident. But what happens when they lie in bed at night? Usually, that’s when the entrepreneurial blues come knocking.
Early in the EOS Journey, we emphasize that becoming your best as a leadership team requires us to speak the same language. This means agreeing on our common glossary of terms and what those terms mean. After hundreds of sessions with entrepreneurial leaders, a term I hear a lot is “quality”. Every organization strives to deliver
The “Great Resignation” is a real phenomenon affecting millions of business owners. My clients cite recruitment and retention among their top issues in every planning session. How can you scale your business in such a chaotic labor market? How can you promote your most promising employees into bigger roles when finding their replacements is so
In a healthy company, owners know that “who they are speaks loudly.” They collaborate with their team, and even take direction as an employee while working in the business. Employees in companies running on EOS can safely ask them, “Are you wearing the Owner’s Hat or the Employee Hat today?”