If you’re already using EOS or know about the tools, you probably get what the L10 meeting is all about. But if you’re new to this, the L10—or Level 10 meeting—is a structured and effective way to improve how your organization talks and solves problems. L10s are part of a regular meeting schedule with employees
When you have a member of your leadership team leave, filling a key seat with a new person can happen one of two ways: smoothly or chaotically. Utilizing the tools provided by EOS can support your efforts to ensure a smooth transition, setting that new person up for success and providing the resources to navigate
At the beginning of every EOS journey is Focus Day. It’s a day dedicated to establishing the leadership team, setting rocks, and learning about the five leadership abilities and how you can use them to create breakthrough moments for your business and yourself as a leader. One of those five leadership skills necessary for success as an
Recently, I’ve noticed that sometimes when companies run on EOS®, their leaders view EOS as a system to be followed. It can be easy to forget that engagement is the not-so-hidden why for Running on EOS.
This is not a post about buying and flipping property. This is not a post about how to claim money left at an airport by a distant Uncle that needs your help to transfer it into the US. This is not a post about working harder to sell more or put in 20,000 more steps