Do you believe in second chances? Often times when a good person is in a bad system, they can seem like a bad person. By streamlining your system with EOS, you can create the game plan that is going to work best for your team, and highlight the strengths of each ‘high flyer’ in your organization. EOS is designed to give your business a second chance and help you gain a leg up on the competition by revitalizing your company.
Too often, leadership and management teams are aware of the problems and challenges facing their business but are unable to come up with workable solutions. Rather than taking action and closing the gap between where they are and where they want to be, they waste time talking about the problems with little or no decisive action.
In this episode, Jim shares how the Entrepreneurial Operating System helps firms identify their problems and then take meaningful action towards solving them.
The truth is, you probably don’t like meetings because your meetings are bad, not because they are pointless. Most people don’t realize that company communication issues, whether you know it or not, are what take your meetings off focus. By creating a bulletproof agenda you can solve all your issues while keeping people accountable and start making boring meetings a thing of the past.
Instead of reaching for the duct tape and sticking band-aids over problems, have you ever thought about getting to the root cause of the issue? Rather than taking a MacGyver approach and treating the symptoms, you can develop a systematic approach to identifying and solving your core issues. Give yourself the gift of better operations instead of reaching for the duct tape with the Issue Solving Track and the Entrepreneurial Operating System.
It has been proven that employees stick around because of a great culture. This ultimately comes down to having a strong set of core values in your organization. By surrounding yourself with people who love what they do, or fit seamlessly into your business culture, you can create an environment that will keep people working hard for the long haul. Want to find out how? Tune in to this segment.
Today we are bringing a sportier approach to business as we look at lessons we can learn from Rory McIlroy. Arguably one of the best golfers in the world right now, Rory believes that what sets his game apart is his ability to ‘process and spot’.
If you can adopt this ‘process and spot’ mindset into your business, you can set more successful goals and have your routine become common nature. Any sports star will tell you that the more you practice the better off you are, and the same applies to your business.
Contrary to popular belief, people liking you is not an indication of being a good leader or a good manager. In reality, you need to be able to organize and implement the EOS bullet points that transcend personality and get the job done no matter what.
It is possible to be an amazing leader despite your likability. You need to know what to work on, be specific and acknowledge what you are struggling with individually and as a team to get better and learn the tools you need to succeed.
Whether it is once a month, once a week or once a day, a clarity break can help you transform into a great leader. We all need to clear our heads and reset every once and a while, and when you are able to take time to stop and think, great ideas can come to you.
Don’t feel guilty about taking a break, get comfortable with relaxing in a business environment to increase your productivity and reset your energy. Chances are, once you get used to having a quality clarity break, you won’t be able to remember life without it!
One of our best teachers in life can be a good mistake. Even Jim Coyle has had his fair share of mistakes in business, which is what lead him to the Entrepreneurial Operating System.
Instead of going through the headache of a few good mistakes yourself, why not learn from the life experiences of others and implicate EOS for your business today? Save yourself the headache and learn from Jim’s mistakes so that you can have the most successful company possible.
Just like an athlete, you can get into the zone to execute your vision flawlessly. When you are in the zone you can be more productive and ultimately be a happier person. EOS works to help people do work that they are great at, but also love to do. When you are able to delegate and elevate, time goes by faster and you are able to engage your mind and create a more successful product.
If you want a healthy and productive culture, you need to ask yourself one simple question. This one question can solve two of the biggest issues, end-around, and unproductive complaining.
This one question can help you address unresolved issues, increase communication, and produce a team that is filled with a healthy culture. Want to know what question you need to be asking yourself to create a thriving culture? Contact us today.
Work life balance really has nothing to do with how much you work. In actuality, it is your level of satisfaction both at work and at home that helps balance your life.
If you surround yourself with the right people in the right seats who love what they do, the quality of life for everyone increases exponentially. It might sound like a utopia, but with the help of EOS, you can get there.
You might not think that you’re making big changes, but company pivots could be happening without you even realizing the magnitude. The EOS process walks companies through big decisions to help you maneuver in a safer and more prepared way. Nobody wants to take unnecessary risks, and when a major 180 is needed, make sure you have the right tools to be sure you are pivoting towards what you can be world class at.
The more information you have the more likely you are to make a good decision. Getting your company to a point where you have the information you need to make decisions daily is crucial, but something a lot of companies struggle with.
Instead of getting lost in all the data, learn how to collect the right kind of information in every department so that your team makes the best decisions possible. Data is the biggest four-letter word your company has to deal with, and only with a solid data foundation can you become as proactive as possible.
Many companies want to increase their team’s commitment, but don’t realize that commitment cannot exist without accountability. There is no accountability without commitment and vice versa, and it is often the missing element when trying to improve your companies bottom line.
If you have the right people in the right seats, you should be able to get them to commit to your company and vision through true accountability. Don’t worry, even great companies have accountability issues, and by working with EOS you can strive to become better than who you are already, with a fully committed team behind you.
If you are running a business, you need to know where your cash flow is coming from and what is driving it. While most people talk about profits, they are nothing in comparison to the importance of your cash flow availability.
Assigning one person to look after each other eight main cash flow drivers that EOS can help you identify will allow you to maximize your cash flow and ultimately raise your profits. If you want to be a more successful business, looking at your cash flow can be the gift that keeps on giving.
You don’t have to have the perfect approach to fixing a solution; commitment and dedication to what you have set out to do can often outweigh the perfect plan. By viewing effectiveness as a formula that is equal parts ability and commitment, the right person is likely to shine through regardless of the situation, which is the kind of team member you want around. When your employees believe in what they are doing, moral can increase and ultimately your workforce will be more effective and successful.
Many of us don’t like conflict, but without having the tough or uncomfortable conversations we need to have with our employees, your business can be doomed. EOS can help set you up for success when it comes to these tough conversations by setting deadlines and outlining parameters so that the entire team is functioning better.
We all love doing what we are good at, and tough conversations are what gets the right people into the right seats. Once you have the right people in the right seats, you are guaranteed to run a smoother ship that takes less effort to function properly, and ultimately minimize those tough conversations altogether.
Leaders often get to where they are because they are good talkers, but you can’t take your craft to the next level without mastering silence. When you are able to get better at shutting up, you can allow your team to talk it out and create new ideas and solutions.
Today we are providing tips on how to ask the right questions to get your team talking, ways to watch your body language, and the importance of getting everyone comfortable with silence to better utilize everybody’s voices. When you learn to master the art of silence, you can become a better person and a better leader.
Chances are you have seen a baseball scorecard and felt the excitement when following along with the score and taking part in the game. A scorecard in business is even more important, as it shows you the numbers of where you are and where you need to go as an organization.
With EOS you can develop a scorecard that keeps your team accountable, and will give you a better idea of the type of pitches that are going to be thrown by your team. It’s up to you to take the initiative, tap into the expertise of EOS and get your scorecard working for you so that you know where you need to be going to succeed.
Often times people can confuse accountability and blame, when they really could not be more different. Instead of placing blame, try and shift the conversation to fixing the issue at hand. By focusing on filling in the gap between what you expected and what you received, you can identify the problem and fix it for success going forward. You might not know the root cause of an issue until you ask, and by approaching your team with an accountability mindset, you can avoid the blame game and create a great future.
In order for businesses to succeed everyone has to be on the same page. This is not only important in retaining employees, but also in making sure your business runs as smoothly as possible.
It is up to the leadership team to create a set of crystal clear core values to keep everyone on your team in sync. EOS has created a built to last mentality that focuses on clear expectations that are simplified to get your team working on the same page. Core values are one of the most important tools you have in your business belt, so get them working for you today.
We all know the famous visionaries of the world, Henry Ford, Steve Jobs, but what about the person behind the face, working to pull the strings together and execute the visionaries dream? At EOS we call this role an integrator, and they can be a vital part of creating a great entrepreneurial business.
Every visionary needs an integrator and vice versa. By finding a harmonious balance between these two very different thinkers, you can work them into your business structure and capitalize on a dynamic that can make organizations great. Visionaries and integrators can help improve your company dynamic on a big or small scale, so why not try these roles out today?
The ever elusive 90-day quarterly planning session may not be the sexiest thing to do for your business, but it is an essential tool to help your team stay focused and work together. It is the hard truth that humans just can’t focus for more than 90 days, and getting ahead of your team’s productivity with quarterly planning meetings is the ideal solution.
By focusing on concrete objectives, a clear agenda and encouraging everyone to stay on topic you can facilitate your quarterly meetings to go as smoothly as possible. Regardless if you are using EOS or not, quarterly planning meetings are a necessity to any thriving business. Learn how to seamlessly incorporate quarterly meetings as a part of your business structure with EOS today.
When you think small, your business will never be able to grow. This is why it is important to have a visionary, the person on your team who is thinking on a much grander time horizon. These visionary thinkers are your key to helping the rest of your team start to think a little bit bigger about what you can accomplish.
By thinking large, and pushing yourself to focus on goals that seem too big to be true, you can push your company to become the company you want to be. Instead of staying stagnant, use the power of big thinking to alter the way your company thinks about their reality. Don’t be afraid to push out of your comfort zone, no business ever became great by playing it safe.
Feeling conflicted about a decision on which way to take your business? Often when we are faced with a decision and we don’t know which way to go, it is best to just make a decision rather than doing nothing. In fact, doing nothing, or analysis paralysis, is what ends up treating businesses like roadkill.
In times of confusion, make the best decision possible and move forward. If necessary, you can always make a U-Turn, but at least you are on the road to figuring out the solution. If you don’t keep moving you will notice that the roads are littered with squirrels who can’t make decisions, don’t let your business get caught in between traffic! Put EOS to work for you today.
It may sound corny, but there is only one you, and it is essential to the survival of your business that you capitalize on what makes you unique. When building your business, make sure to focus on filling your organization with like-minded individuals who share the same core values. In this way, you can ensure your team and your business act as an extension of your own authentic self.
By digging a little bit deeper into why you are in business and tuning out the distractions, you can remember the centralized passion that your business was built around. EOS can help you bring your more authentic self into business planning and execution with a few simple steps.
There is a good chance that you have had to navigate through some personal issues in both your personal life and business at one point or another. While navigating these can be a tough situation, it is important to realize just how much you need to pay attention in order to be a good leader and help your team.
With the help of EOS you can understand the three main choices you have when it comes to personal issues in the workplace, why you should always take the first step to step up and help and how to become a leader that doesn’t need to fire people.
As entrepreneurs, we are very good at making sure the ‘doing’ gets done. And while this is important, it is also necessary to make some time for the ‘thinking’. At EOS we believe in the importance of Clarity Breaks, a way to increase your daily productivity by carving out some time to think about your goals.
It has been shown that most successful entrepreneurs recognize the importance of both thinking and doing to make sure the issues are thought through and your best work is going forward. Take the time to think, it’s an essential habit!
While we might try to avoid the tough or brutally honest conversations, it really is the key to open communication. By being honest in a respectful way, you can gain respect and help fix the problem. Healthy conflict is proven to be beneficial to relationships as long as you go about it, and Nexus Business Solutions is here to help.
We all have screwed up in an honest conversation and attacked the person instead of the behavior. With Nexus Business Solutions you can find the healthiest way to get there with your team and strength your relationships through conflict.
Do you ever feel like you are drowning in a sea of to-do’s, goals, and objectives that you haven’t obtained, and don’t know where to find the time to start? If you feel like everything in your business is a bit too complicated, simplicity is the answer.
Most companies fail because of overwhelm, but it doesn’t have to be this way. EOS has created great tools to help you prioritize your tasks, simplify your processes and hold everyone accountable. By simplifying the way you do things on a day to day basis you can dedicate more time to making your business better, and who doesn’t want that?
When being a good leader you not only need to construct a good team, but you need to allow them to be successful on their own. Sometimes in order to do this, we just need to shut up. While it might be hard to hold back your voice, you may be missing out on the value around your table when your voice is the only one being heard.
Instead of dominating the conversation, try and see what the power of silence can do. Silence is a key component of a conversation and allows your team to strategically think and problem solve. By giving them an opportunity to come to the same solution you did, you can be confident that your team is thinking as critically as you are.
A lot of high-level leaders and entrepreneurs pride themselves on being multitaskers, but that can really be a flaw when dealing with the rest of your team. When dealing with peers or colleagues, they need to know that you are in the room and present. While multitasking can be used for a lot of good, it can also make you come off as distracted. Being present is important to show your team that you are invested in them.
As Henry Ford said, thinking is hard work, that’s why so few people do it. With the Entrepreneurial Operating System, we can help you think better for your team. Find out how today!
Do you know how many people are directly affected by the work you do? It may surprise you, but it’s not just your immediate staff. You may not realize the impact you have as the leader in your organization.
It’s important to ask yourself if you are the leadership team this company deserves. You need to step it up and have the hard conversations in order to prove your worth as a leader. While it may not be fun, you can’t be a leader without having the tough talks. EOS can help you get there, contact us today!
You might care about your business, but are you obsessed? The best businesses are the ones that truly obsess about what sets them apart from the competition.
If you are obsessed there are three questions you might want to ask yourself. You must decide whether you are better, faster, or less expensive than everyone else. Generally speaking, the best shot us small and mid-sized companies have is to be better than the big guys. Want to learn the ways of becoming better? Contact Nexus Business Solutions today.
Today we’re talking about the type of confidentiality that tends to result in people unloading on each other. You need to remember that important issues need to be talked about in the open, not in a stealthy manner.
While confidentiality can be important in some cases, it can destroy the culture and the organization in others. It is up to the leadership team to be open, honest and transparent in order to set an example for the rest of the organization. By creating an atmosphere of trust and accountability, you can create a healthy environment in the workplace.
For years we have been dreading that weekly meeting and blaming it on those meetings not being useful. In reality, it is not the meetings fault, you are ultimately the user error.
If you have great meetings you can do amazing things like increasing communication, accountability and team health throughout your organization to get more results. EOS focuses on 2 simple rules for your weekly meetings to help eliminate error and increase business productivity. Are you ready to start holding amazing meetings? EOS can help.
Did you know that the act of gratitude increases your ability to make wealth, increases your immunity system, decreases your likelihood to get sick and ups your happiness? If you aren’t bringing gratitude into your business, you are really missing out on the transformational properties. The practice of gratitude is necessary not only in life but also in business. By bringing in a culture of gratitude into your business, you can start living the EOS life.
Living the EOS life means that you are doing what you love with the people you love, and making a difference in the world while being fairly compensated with time to pursue other passions. Gratitude is the main way to accomplish this, and the team at Nexus business solutions can help you get there.
Having the tough conversations ensures that you have the right people in the right seats. We all love to do what we are good at, and getting people in those right seats to help your team be great is your job. Sometimes, you just have to have those tough conversations in order to give your employees the opportunity to move up and shine.
You can make things go smoother and easier in your company by having those tough conversations. While conflict may not be your favorite thing, it’s important to follow through, set deadlines and be tough to get the most out of your team. EOS can help you with these tough conversations, find out how on this episode!
Whether its baseball or business, it all comes down to putting the right team together. So it is your job as a business owner to find yourself your perfect dream team. You are never going to get the gold medal until you have the right people in the right roles, and EOS can help.
One way to achieve this is by testing yourself, and making sure your team cares about what you care about, gets behind your vision, and are rockstars at what they do. In order to put yourself in a position to be superior in your area of expertise, you need the push, knowledge, and expertise that EOS can give you to get your dream team together.
At a certain point, everyone realizes that to run a business you need some help. Nothing can help streamline and clearly identify your company like the Entrepreneurial Operating System. EOS can help you develop a culture that leads into the foundation for an integrated business strategy.
There is a misconception that the culture of your company is more important than your strategy. This completely misses the mark, as it is not an ‘either/or’ situation. Instead, focus on embracing who your ideal employees are, building a culture of people who identify with that mentality, and create a strategy that helps prove your tribal perspective to the market. EOS can help you define these roles intentionally to help you better build your business around you.
When we think about stress and pressure we usually associate it with something negative, our doctors or peers telling us to reduce our stress and the pressure we allow to be put on ourselves. However, when you are applying the Entrepreneurial Operating System to your business, sometimes stress can be a good thing!
If you want to perform you need to have some pressure, the secret is finding the exact right amount of pressure to not lead to boredom or anxiety. By finding the happy medium or pressure through EOS you can become a better manager and in turn have more engaged employees.
Are you ready to learn the secret formula to creating diamonds under pressure?
Some companies prefer to have loads of data behind their decisions, while others sort of make it up as they go along. So what tactic makes for a stronger business? Jim Coyle from Nexus Business Solutions is here to let us know that it is actually a combination of the two theories that can give you the most success.
Your gut instincts can be incredibly important in business, so it’s important to know when you should listen to your gut and when you should go with the data. When you have both gut intuition and hard facts, you can go into a situation knowing you’ve analyzed it from both angles. When you combine this with the essence of clear expectations from your team, your business is sure to rise out of the fog and head straight for success.
There are many types of potential issues that can arise in business. However, when it comes to issues involving people, it gets a little sticky. Everybody tends to take these issues to a personal level, when that just doesn’t need to be done.
In truth, if there is a person in your business who doesn’t fit, you are helping everybody, including them, by having that tough conversation. Making sure you have the right people in the right seats is always best in the long run. Luckily, this is built into the EOS formula, and can help prepare you to have those difficult conversations.
If you aren’t willing to make hard decisions and have difficult conversations you probably shouldn’t be a leader. Learn how to think through it, have the conversation and build a plan to better equip your team with EOS today.
Can you guess the two words that can kill your company? It might surprise you, but the words you need to eliminate from your vocabulary are ‘kind of’. The words ‘kind of’ promote uncertainty and a lack of clarity, which can destroy your company’s communication. You need to find ways to be straightforward in order to get your vision across.
Luckily, operating systems like EOS can do this for you. When you have the right tools in place you will find you don’t have these issues because everything operates in clarity. Let us show you how EOS can get rid of ambiguity and promote clear communication. Because when something is ‘kind of’ right, it’s not right at all.
Business managers have to handle a lot of different personalities and different generations in their positions. One of these groups that is having many scratch their heads is trying to figure out what’s up with those millennials?
While some argue they are getting a bad reputation for no reason, it’s really very simple to motivate them. If you can connect a millennial employees ‘why’ with the ‘why’ or purpose of your business, you will be able to easily motivate them. What an employee is great at can ultimately be connected to what your business is great at, and lead to more engaged and connected employees.
Uncertainty around how to diffuse issues in the workplace is a common issue for most companies. Usually, the complaint department ends up becoming a space where employees can vent about their problems, but nothing actually ever gets solved.
By eliminating your complaint department and actually getting to the root of an issue, you can truly solve the problems in your company and move forward, instead of just prolonging the conversation. By solving your issues with a specifically designed EOS issue solving track, you can help your company and employees run a smoother ship.
You might not think that duct tape would be applicable to business solutions, but it really is. Many companies try to take on the role of MacGyver and use duct tape and band-aids to patch up their issues, without ever fixing the core problem underneath. Today, Jim shares the 5 easy steps to fixing your problems with no need for duct tape.
If you are ready to use a systematic approach to identifying and solving your issues, you need to hear what Jim has to say. Instead of using duct tape and temporarily fixing your problem, take a step back and find a permanent solution with Nexus Business Solutions.
Today we’re adding another piece of the puzzle of growing a thriving business that you might not be familiar with, that being that you have got to go slow if you want to go fast. This idea can be implemented everywhere from cycling to running your business, but ultimately means that by doing the same correct steps over and over again you can increase your momentum and your businesses success.
By focusing on regaining muscle memory and bringing quality not quantity to your portfolio, you will set your business apart from the competition. In business it is all about execution, and the EOS system can help make sure that your company is executing things properly time and time again.
Entrepreneurs often get caught up with the shiny stuff which can distract them from the main focus of what makes their company great. The key is, you have to figure out what your core focus is and stay there.
More companies die of indigestion and not staying focused than they do of starvation or not having enough opportunities. You have to fight your ‘Entrepreneurial ADD’ and stay concentrated on what makes your company special and different.
The beauty of EOS is keeping it simple, and it’s never too late to streamline your business. Don’t get caught on the hook, contact Jim Coyle today.
As a CEO or President of a company, you probably have a goal in mind about what you want to accomplish within your company. But, to accomplish this, you have to have your whole team behind you to help lift you up. If you are a high growth organization you personally need to be growing and ultimately maturing to handle the growth of your company.
By using the EOS Strategy we like to call Delegate & Elevate, you can begin to delegate your responsibilities to the right people in the right seats which can pull up the whole organization. Change comes from the top and starts with you, so see how the EOS System could be the present that you and your company deserve.
If you are in business, work for a business, are a manager or deal with a manager, you are going to want to hear this conversation. Many managers will end up taking on the problems and issues of their team, thinking they are helping out. But in reality, taking on your employees’ ‘monkey’s’ can actually debilitate the company.
It is important to let your employees solve their own problems, and being too compassionate and putting their monkey on your back, you could be hiding the real problem. The EOS System can help you avoid monkeying up the works, find out how on this episode.
What is a seagull in business? A seagull manager is usually someone from above, who comes into another person’s department and focuses only on the issues. In plain words, they poop all over everything and then fly out without sticking around to actually help fix the problem.
Having seagulls in your office, whether it is intentional or not, can really be detrimental to the mission of your company. Today we are diving into how to identify those problem seagulls and help change their perspective with the help of the Entrepreneurial Operating System. Find out how EOS can change the landscape of what is going on in your company and eliminate the seagull mentality on today’s episode.
If you are in business, you strive to succeed, be the best you can be, and let’s be honest, make some money. The bottom line is that if you are not doing things the way you should be, it could end up costing you more money down the road. There is a very high cost for losing your core focus, and EOS will help point out to you ways in which you could be doing things better than what you are currently doing.
It’s almost unbelievable what you can create when you just stay focused and have the right people in the right places. By having people who know what they are doing stay zeroed in on your company’s sweet spot, you can help your company be the most successful it can be.
A great way to save money when you own your own business is by learning how to take your own trash to the dump. However, this can often jeopardize the value of what you are creating. If you don’t have the expertise to do a job effectively, you must look at your time being worth more than your money. You’ll never get your time back, so it’s often worth it to value what you need and pay an expert price.
Don’t be the company who does it on your own and fails, get the right advice by figuring out who does what best and letting them do it. The Entrepreneurial Operating System can help you get a jump on your competition by making the conscious decision to be the hunted instead of the hunter.
Do you understand the power of no? Saying no allows you to prioritize what you and your team are focused on, which is a major factor in how successful your business can be.
Saying no can make or break how well you do in business. It is when we say no that we are also able to say yes to opportunities that may not have been possible unless you said no to something else. Jim Coyle discusses how saying no is a key factor of EOS, and how important it is to learn how to focus and make sure you ‘walk before you run’.
Follow Ed Callahan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/edcallahansprofile/
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown: https://www.amazon.ca/Essentialism-Disciplined-Pursuit-Greg-McKeown/dp/0804137382
Every business spends a lot of time setting goals, but do we really do an effective job of it? Today we discuss how by learning to take quarterly baby steps you can actually help your business progress even faster.
Listen in for tips on how to set goals that are challenging, but still achievable, by giving yourself a proper time frame, and how to maximize that success within your company. Because it is not about the goals you set, but how much time you give yourself to achieve your goals, which makes your goal realistic or not.
Follow Preston True on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/prestontrue
When it comes down to it, no one uses your company because of what you do. We live in a competitive marketplace and there are plenty other people out there doing what you do. The important thing to focus on is how you do what you do. This is your secret sauce, your process, the thing that keeps people coming back.
Jim Coyle shares a story with us of one of his first ever clients, Pete. Through this story we can understand the necessity of implementing your secret sauce, and the importance of communication and consistency. Listen in to today’s episode to learn how to avoid quality control issues and make your business the best it can be with your own unique secret sauce.
RPRS is much like growing a garden. When you have the right people sitting in the right positions at your company, they are more likely to thrive and create a cohesive workspace. You must continue to nourish them and transplant them if necessary to help them to continue to grow. As leaders, we must look around and see which seat will make each person the most successful, which will only better your business. Listen to find out how EOS implementation can help you tackle RPRS and make your business stronger.
With insight from Hank O’Donnell at: https://blog.eosworldwide.com/blog/what-makes-thriving-business-wilt
Company culture is something that you hear a lot about, but is hard to define exactly. Jim helps us break down the broad concept of culture and really understand the need for a positive culture. As Peter Drucker famously said, culture eats strategy for breakfast. It is an increasingly important aspect of any business, and it impacts the way people feel about interacting with your brand. Jim discuss the importance of surrounding yourself with people who share the same values as you, and making sure that your employees care about the same things. Listen in as we discuss the top 5 ways to ensure you have a great culture on today’s episode.
Check out Traction by Gino Wickman: https://www.amazon.ca/Traction-Get-Grip-Your-Business/dp/1936661837
Is the blame game killing your business before you even know it? It is always difficult to own up to the fact that sometimes when you are the boss, you are also the problem. It is important to take ownership and not be afraid to ask for help. That’s where EOS – or the Entrepreneurial Operating System – comes in. Listen in for the 4 ways you can avoid the fallout from our culture of finger-pointing, and learn how an EOS specialist can help you get where you want your business to go in an positive and enlightening manner.
1) Take responsibility for your business
2) Don’t shoot the messenger
3) Cherish the vulnerability based trust that is necessary for any leadership team
4) Don’t become more likely to make more knee-jerk emotional reactions
Want to chat about how EOS can help you take back control of your business or get you to the next level? Find out more at Nexusbusiness.com