This is an overwhelming time for all people, but especially for leaders of small businesses.
You feel a sense of responsibility for the health, safety, and security of your employees. If you’re in an “essential business”, customers are counting on you to continue delivering your products and services.
You may be shut down completely – wondering when (or if) you’ll be able to re-open. You’re worried about your own safety, and for the health and wellbeing of your family and friends. It’s a lot.
You’re pulled in a million different directions and it’s easy to spend all day reacting and feel like chaos is taking over. But leaders in companies running on EOS® know that now is a time to stay focused.
*To help our readers navigate their businesses and organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are re-posting this relevant blog post from April 19 and May 1, 2018.*
In Chapter 6 of Traction, Gino Wickman shares ten “commandments” of a team that’s great at solving issues.
Because solving an issue often requires one or more
Companies running on EOS® know that articulating and communicating your Core Values is essential to getting the right people in the right seats to help you achieve your vision. That’s because these values define the characteristics that you want every single person in the company to share so you can build the culture you want in your company.
Don’t you love the feeling of walking out of your Quarterly session with clear Rocks focused on solving the company’s highest priority issues for the next quarter? And doesn’t it drive you crazy when you get to your next Quarterly and realize that your team has only completed 40% of them?
In a recent session with a client, several leadership team members mentioned during their check-in that EOS® was “not working.” The Integrator expressed frustration that they were not making enough progress and worried that their investment in the process was not paying off.