July 17th, 2017

Written by Ken DeWitt on October 24, 2016 I recently proposed to implement EOS for a large business in a big city. As sometimes happens, the potential client was interviewing another EOS Implementer, as well, and each of us was aware that this company was talking to the other. In fact, before either of us actually met with the company, we each let the other know when we had spoken to this prospect. We talked together about what he is looking for in an Implementer and how we might be able to…

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July 10th, 2017

Written by Preston True on October 6, 2016 A client reached out recently with the following: “Stacy and I are planning to have a ‘difficult’ conversation with Joe tomorrow. His performance is leaving a lot to be desired. I suspect he will be surprised. We plan to talk in terms of core values, capabilities and accountabilities, but acknowledge that Stacy and I may have created some of this problem by stepping in and assuming some of his responsibilities (rather than holding him…

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July 3rd, 2017

Written by Mike Paton on May 4, 2017 I recently spent the day with two groups of mid-managers, helping them become more comfortable with EOS®, improve their leadership and management skills, and create more accountability. Late in the day, while teaching five important disciplines used by great managers, we had some terrific dialog about providing feedback to employees. The group easily understood the importance of giving both positive and constructive feedback to employees, and about the…

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June 26th, 2017

Written by Randy Taussig on June 8, 2017 The ability to solve substantive business challenges could be the most important skill your leadership team must master. It can either propel your business forward at light speed or, if done poorly, keep you orbiting through chaos and frustration. Beating business obstacles is one of the most difficult skills to master, but when you do, magic happens! EOS Implementers teach our clients a very powerful issue-solving methodology called IDS (Identify…

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June 19th, 2017

The autopilot can be an aviator’s BEST friend. It’s precise, alleviates workload, and provides good peace of mind. All positive factors, but if the pilot isn’t careful, it could lead to big trouble! Take the case of Eastern Airline Flight 401, where the crew was preoccupied diagnosing a gear light problem, and didn’t notice the autopilot was inadvertently set for a gradual descent, causing the plane to crash and kill 86 on board. The crew relied on their autopilot system as they had…

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