It’s worth the effort to find the people in your organization who best represent your core values – wherever they are.
Nothing stimulates the discussion of great ideas quite like an open mind. But how do you get the leader to loosen the reigns on a meeting?
Some companies feel overwhelmed by the changes in mindset and behaviors they need to make by committing to run on EOS®. So the stop.
Decisions not documented, communicated and reinforced are like they never existed. See how you can remember them.
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.
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?