The Dissenting Voice By Jim Coyle

  Early on in my work as an advisor and probably a year or so into my tenure as an EOS Implementer®, I found that I really liked agreement. I wanted my teams to agree so we could solve more issues, complete Rocks sooner, and keep things running smoothly. It felt like more value was [...]

Is Being Nice the Same as Being Kind?

By Amy S. Courter Recently, I’ve found some teams struggling to build trust. It appears that our pandemic separation, or perhaps even our reentry into engagement with each other, has added stress and strained trust more than we expected. Our relationships feel different now, don’t they? More than a few times in recent sessions, I've [...]

2021-09-15T13:14:08-04:00September 15th, 2021|Accountability, Blog Articles, Busines Values, Communication, Company Culture, Employee Development, Good Communication, Leadership, Management, Team Health|Comments Off on Is Being Nice the Same as Being Kind?

Achievement vs. Perfection

By David Bowman I was in a session recently with a client that was stuck on getting “buy-in” from the rest of the organization after rollout.  I asked him what was going on, and he said that a few people hate every aspect of EOS®; they think that their L-10’s™ are a waste of time, [...]

2020-11-08T18:01:24-05:00November 9th, 2020|Accountability, Blog Articles, Busines Values, Company Culture, EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System), Leadership, Management, Team Health|Comments Off on Achievement vs. Perfection

Clarity Creates Impact

I recently had the honor of doing a breakout session at the EOS Annual Conference in Atlanta. My presentation was on the discipline of Scorecards and Measurables.  As I dug into my topic, I had a big a-ha moment...I realized one of the key reasons that EOS® is such a transformational force for businesses is that Clarity [...]

2019-05-27T17:17:26-04:00May 27th, 2019|Blog Articles, Busines Values, EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System), Goal Setting, Mission / Vision / Purpose|Comments Off on Clarity Creates Impact
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