Two books in the last 35 years have proven to be transformative for both individuals and entrepreneurial companies. They are The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey and Traction by Gino Wickman.
The authors of each readily confess they created nothing new – the content is based on ageless principles and …
We live in a complex world. As leaders, we’ve learned to live with chaos, ambiguity, and uncertainty. Our challenge is to reduce complexity, break down everything to its simplest form. In EOS® , it’s one of the five attributes of leaders needed to break through ceilings.
In her book, Why Simple Wins, Lisa Bodell …
- Vision: Alignment throughout the company
- Traction: Accountability and discipline
- Healthy: A sustainable culture
EOS delivers on those promises because it’s based on the principles of building habits with employees. Simplicity and sustainability make EOS so powerful, as witnessed by its phenomenal success. The underlying principles of habit formation
Accountability is a basic tenet of EOS®. It’s essential to clarify who is responsible for what, top to bottom.
One of the challenges when creating a culture of accountability is to coach managers not to mistake blame for accountability. They are not the same.