On the morning of my first session with a new client, I help them build out the structure of their Leadership Team using the Accountability Chart tool. When we define the Roles for a given Function (Roles are the key things for which the Leader in that seat will be held accountable), I start by
In the period from mid-October until mid-February, EOS Implementers are immersed in what we call “Annual Season”, the time of year when we lead many of our clients through their Two-Day Annual Planning Sessions. A major component of the Annual Planning Session is working on the health and well-being of the Leadership Team.
One of the most critical things for any business is creating a Great Team. In EOS, the People Component is all about building a great team, what we call “getting the Right People in the Right Seats”. In a recent post, I talked about cultural fit – what we call “Right People”. Today, I’d like
EOS’ Proven Process begins with three full-day sessions with the Leadership Team. In the first, Focus Day, I teach the Leadership Team the EOS tools that lay the foundation for execution – what we call Traction®. In the ensuing two sessions – which occur 30 and 60 days after Focus Day – we review and
In our first session working with a new organization, we explain that being a great Leadership Team is a lot like being great parents (acknowledgement here to Dr. Thomas Gordon and his book Parent Effectiveness Training). We teach that great Leadership Teams – like great parents – have just a handful of rules. Later in the
The journey I lead with my clients is to help them become at least 80% strong across the six key components of their business: Vision, People, Data, Issues, Process and Traction. Recently, a client proudly proclaimed themselves to be 80% strong in their People component because they had run the People Analyzer (the tool that