What You Tolerate Is What You Endorse

Are you and your team frustrated because you’re not reaching your most meaningful goals? It could be because you’re tolerating mediocre issues on your Issues List.

Take a couple of minutes with Certified EOS Implementer® Justin Maust to see how tackling hard-hitting, tough issues will get you the results you’re looking for.

Next Steps:

  • Download the Issues Solving Track™ from the EOS Toolbox to learn how to IDS (Identify, Discuss, and Solve) issues more effectively.
  • Download a free chapter of Traction by Gino Wickman.
  • Thinking of implementing EOS in your company? Request a free 90-Minute Meeting with an EOS Implementer® to get an overview of EOS and how it can help you!

What are some things your leadership team is doing to create an incredible Issues List? Comment below.

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