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How to Rip the Band-Aid Off

Written by Dan Wallace on May 30, 2019

 When someone is Wrong Person (doesn’t fit our Core Values and Culture), Wrong Seat (in a job they don’t GWC®; Get It, Want It, Capacity to do it and we can’t fix it), or both, the reality is that they have to go.

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3 Strike Rule: When and How to Use It

Written by Randy Taussig on April 25, 2019

One key factor in managing people is to provide clear expectations around their roles and responsibilities. This builds the accountability that leads to results.

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Identifying the Right Candidate Using EOS® Tools

Written by Julia Langkraehr on April 22, 2019

You have a great business with a unique product, great market share and good cash flow. You have a clear vision for where you want to take your business. However, without the right people, in the right seats, that vision won’t be shared by your team, you will take longer to achieve it – and even risk it not happening.

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Discipline Shouldn't Be Scary

Written by Don Maranca on March 22, 2019

Accountability and discipline are often associated with negative stereotypes and consequences. It usually means forcing something on someone. It doesn’t have to be. When done right, accountability is embraced instead of feared. If you are doing all you can as a leader and manager, then accountability results. If not, then it’s time to find another person to fill that seat.

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Hold Your Employees Accountable without Damaging Company Culture 2019

Written by Mike Kotsis on March 7, 2019

Many business leaders have worked hard to build their company's culture, only to realize that they've created a culture without accountability. There's a healthy work/life balance and employees enjoy being together, but productivity isn't as strong as it should be and no one seems to be on the same page.

Many leaders are afraid of being "the heavy" and ruining company culture by suddenly holding employees accountable for their work. How can you create accountability throughout your organization without damaging morale?

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