The silent idea killer. Nothing stimulates the discussion of great ideas quite like an open mind. It's Friday afternoon at the weekly leadership team meeting, and the CEO is holding court as usual. Issues are presented. But also as usual, the issues that are discussed are initiated and directed by the CEO. Discussion as it…Read more
About: Steve Banis
Steve Banis is an EOS Implementer™. He helps people to get what they want from their businesses, by helping the organization's leadership team to implement EOS, a proven system with simple tools to help them do three things: Create and share a vision, align the team, and focus on results.
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Some companies feel overwhelmed by the changes in mindset and behaviors they need to make by committing to run on EOS®.Read more
Decisions not documented, communicated and reinforced are like they never existed. Use the EOS model after key decisions and processes are determined.Read more
The EOS® process suggests that your core values are non-negotiable. They are a tangible key to health and performance. Here's a story that shows why. Did you know it's harder to get a Chick-fil-A franchise than it is to get into Harvard? Less than 1 percent of Chick-fil-A franchise applicants who make it past the…Read more
Many leadership teams find that setting rocks, and sticking to them, is the most difficult part of implementing EOS (The Entrepreneurial Operating System®). So what can you do about it?Read more
The “Two Weeks’ Notice” Bombshell can be devastating. How to keep your best employees and move out disruptors,.Read more
When being wrong is right Do this one simple thing to build trust and unleash productivity. As an EOS ImplementerTM, I'm always on the lookout for content that exemplifies core principles of the EOS ProcessTM. Recently, I rewatched a Simon Sinek TED talk on one of the principle roles of leadership – the establishment of…Read more
I just finished reading Misbehaving, written by one of the pioneers of behavioral economics, Richard Thaler. The book contains many great stories about how people and markets behave in the strangest ways. Like, People will gamble more, even if the stakes are higher, just for a chance to break even.People will take money out of their…Read more
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