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What If You're Not the Right Person to Run Your Company?

Written by Mike Kotsis on August 31, 2017

"I'm not sure I'm the right person to run this company."

As I started the EOS® process with a marketing agency, the CEO told his leadership team that he wasn't sure that he was the right person to run the business. He gave everyone full permission to speak up at any time during their exercise if they thought he wasn't the right person.

It was clear that he was anxious. He wanted to do the right thing for the team and the business, and he didn't want any elephants in the room.

This CEO was unusualnot because of his doubts, but because of his honesty.

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Do Business Owners Have Their Own Rules?

Written by Ed Callahan on June 30, 2016

In almost all small businesses, owners have dual roles in their companies. Sometimes many more. This can be problematic. It’s like the kid who owned the basketball in a pickup game who, if they didn’t get their way, could always resort to “it’s my ball and if we don’t do it my way I am going home.”

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When You Wish Upon a List… “The Wish List”

Written by Mark C. Winters on April 14, 2016

As a Visionary, what's on your "wish list" of things you'd love for an Integrator to handle for you?

Whether you're looking for your perfect Integrator, or you've just gotten them on board, the Wish List™ is an amazing tool to help you make this combination work – to make it really powerful.  It can even be an extra boost for a Visionary/Integrator combination that is already well established.

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Why Entrepreneurial Companies Need a Visionary and an Integrator

Written by Don Tinney on December 14, 2015

It takes two types of leaders at the helm of a 10-250 person entrepreneurial organization to have the "Rocket Fuel" it needs to hit the next level: the Visionary and the Integrator.

The Visionary entrepreneur’s passion, drive and creativity are the key elements that help launch a business and fuel a company’s growth. But when a company is growing, the Visionary entrepreneur starts to feel swamped with the overwhelming workload, and their momentum begins to stall and sputter. Every great Visionary hits this threshold.

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