In this episode of Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way, host Will Crist is joined by Benjamin Berman, an Expert EOS Implementor. The two share a wealth of experience with EOS and have helped countless individuals and organizations live their ideal EOS Life. Throughout the episode, Will and Benjamin recount several success stories from their
Achieving and maintaining team alignment on processes can be challenging for any organization, regardless of size or industry. Many misunderstandings exist about what it takes to get everyone on the same page. In this blog, we’ll dispel five misconceptions about maintaining team alignment on processes to set your team up for success.
The Importance of Proper Employee Compensation When it comes to implementing EOS, there are three important questions to be asked: Is this going to help the company increase its profit? Is this going to help the company be successful? And is this going to make the workforce happy? When asking these questions, it’s important to
So, if you’re an owner, that’s fantastic and you can sit in the owner’s box and you can have your own meetings and talk about owner’s things, but make no mistake, when you are in the business and you are wearing that hat and sitting in that seat, that you’re not the owner, you’re an
Helping Every Employee Live the EOS Life In this episode of Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way, host Will Crist is joined by Eric Lindsley, CEO of Knight Watch, a business that helps make buildings more secure, comfortable, and energy efficient. Eric and Knight Watch have been an EOS company for quite some time now, and he
On this episode of Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way, host Will Crist sat down with Ed Callahan, one of the early adopters of EOS who has been with the program for more than thirteen years. Ed even helped Will himself become involved in EOS. Though he has now earned emeritus status, Ed’s life has been and continues to be impacted by