Quarterly planning follows a proven process: Hunt for issues, prioritize them and set objectives. The Covid Quarter stays the course, but things have taken on a different look.
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?
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?
If you’re in leadership, you have meetings. If you use the Entrepreneurial Operating System, learn how to truly rate the Level 10 meeting.
Your leadership team can learn a lot from Olympic Games champions. Learn from two 1980 Winter Olympics legends, and see how it applies to your company.
The bad news: most workers are not engaged, everywhere. The good news? There is a way to change that, and it’s time you heard it.