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?

Meeting Human Needs: Nature vs. Nurture in Your Business

By David Bowman A client of mine recently rolled out a new bonus system that was designed to better align with the company’s risk/reward timing between performance and revenue. The new system changed the frequency of the payouts, but also provided everyone a way to make more money. The surprising result was that some team members [...]

2021-06-22T15:59:47-04:00June 22nd, 2021|Blog Articles, Company Culture, Employee Development, EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System), Management, Sharing Vision / Mission / Values, Team Health|Comments Off on Meeting Human Needs: Nature vs. Nurture in Your Business

Do You Like Your Team Too Much, but Don’t Love Them Enough?

By Jim Coyle Many leadership teams are simply missing the point. Often, they are too worried about offending others or too concerned about feelings to truly “love on” the other members of their team. Sometimes, showing a little bit of “tough love” by confronting issues and having difficult conversations really is the best solution, and [...]

2021-06-03T15:54:54-04:00June 3rd, 2021|Communication, Company Culture, EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System), Good Communication, Management, Team Health|Comments Off on Do You Like Your Team Too Much, but Don’t Love Them Enough?

The Pin That Holds EOS® Together

By Jim Coyle “Jim, it has been just a messed-up quarter. I would grade it a ‘C’ at best,” said the operations leader.  “I have to agree. Things are just off with us and the team. I give the quarter a ‘C-’,“ said the integrator.   The feedback went on in a similar fashion from the rest [...]

2020-12-23T08:42:29-05:00December 23rd, 2020|Blog Articles, Communication, Company Culture, EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System), Focus, Meeting Pulse, Team Health|Comments Off on The Pin That Holds EOS® Together

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

The 4 Stages of Open and Honest

By David Bowman Almost all new clients beginning their journey are taking a leap of faith with the hope that EOS® will help them to actualize their already successful organization’s true potential. In order to reach this potential, EOS requires each individual in a leadership team to develop the skill of being totally “Open and [...]

2020-08-27T12:06:44-04:00August 31st, 2020|Blog Articles, Communication, Company Culture, Conflict Management, EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System), Leadership, Team Health|Comments Off on The 4 Stages of Open and Honest

Be Kind To Your Visionary

By David Bowman Have you noticed that your Visionary has been really thrown off her game and doesn’t seem to be coping as well since life and our social structures have been thrown into chaos?  Do you remember in your Focus Day™ or whenever you took your first cut at your Accountability Chart, and your [...]

2020-07-21T13:16:00-04:00July 21st, 2020|Blog Articles, Company Culture, EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System), Team Health, Vision|Comments Off on Be Kind To Your Visionary

Tips for Working From Home

Working from home?  Fear not! Working from home can be fruitful. It certainly was for Sir Isaac Newton. In 1665, the pandemic he experienced forced him to quarantine, and during that time, he developed some of his most groundbreaking theories. See the great article from the Washington Post,  “During a pandemic, Isaac Newton had to [...]

2020-04-01T18:29:35-04:00April 2nd, 2020|Conflict Management, Focus, Goal Setting, Problem Solving, Structure, Team Health|Comments Off on Tips for Working From Home

Releasing Work Pressure with Level 10 Meetings

By Ian Shafer What if all the people in your company had a magical pressure gauge that could be seen by everyone else in real-time? The dial would give a reading of overall mental state, stress level, and the ability to perform one’s job, all wrapped into one metric. Sales mismanaged the client expectations for [...]

2019-10-21T12:33:54-04:00October 21st, 2019|Blog Articles, Communication, Conflict Management, Problem Solving, Team Health|Comments Off on Releasing Work Pressure with Level 10 Meetings

3 Ways to Build Trust In Your Organization

This article originally appeared on the EOS Worldwide blog on December 20, 2018. The foundation to a healthy team = trust. The fabric of all organizations = teams. So, the more trusting your teams are, the healthier you will be as an organization. I just did what Ms. Shultz taught you in your dreaded geometry [...]

2019-01-21T12:58:55-05:00January 21st, 2019|Blog Articles, Company Culture, Good Communication, Team Health|Comments Off on 3 Ways to Build Trust In Your Organization