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What Is an EOS Implementer?

Written by Mike Paton on March 1, 2017

In my conversations with business owners and business coaches alike, I often get asked, "What is an EOS® Implementer?"

People tend to lump coaches, consultants and EOS Implementers into one big category of professionals who help businesses, business leaders, and leadership teams. However, there are some important differences.

Whether you're a visionary business leader looking for the right kind of help, or someone wanting to help companies and leaders gain greater traction, here's a look at who EOS Implementers are and what makes them tick.

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Does Your Business Need a Team or a Working Group?

Written by Mike Roth on April 25, 2016

Something that is surprisingly difficult in business is having a true functioning team. In his book The Advantage, Patrick Lencioni articulates four disciplines that are necessary to achieve organizational health. Discipline 1 is to build a cohesive leadership team. He poses the question of whether a group of leaders is a "team" or a "working group."

You may ask, what's the difference?

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Do You Trust Your Teammates?

Written by Ed Callahan on August 10, 2015

Trust in Teams Is Fundamental For Their Success

But what does trust really imply? Here Patrick Lencioni, best-selling author, consultant and expert on building winning teams, discusses the importance of trust and the difference between predictive trust and vulnerability-based trust within a company.

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The Art of Saying “No”—Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit

Written by Randy Taussig on August 6, 2015

Lesson #7: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit

I used to be a bit intimidated by Air Traffic Control (ATC). I believed they were the ultimate authority for each flight, and I went to great lengths to always follow their instructions. But as I gained a better understanding of my roles and responsibilities in the air, I realized that I’m the one ultimately accountable for the safety of each flight. That means sometimes questioning or refusing ATC’s direction. Consider these examples:

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Meetings to Share Information

Written by Don Tinney on August 3, 2015

I concluded my prior blog article, How many Meetings Do I Need With Whom?, urging you to do highly focused meetings with the fewest, right people participating. This article will give you some practical guidelines for using meetings to share information.

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