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The Discipline of the “Organizational Checkup”

Written by Randy Taussig on April 29, 2019

Are you in the habit of getting an annual physical? Many of us do this as a preventative measure to stay healthy.

How about within your organization? Does your leadership team periodically assess the strength of your organization? This is a discipline that is often misunderstood or ignored.

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Confronting An Inefficient Team Member

Written by Dan Wallace on April 11, 2019

It’s a good rule of thumb that when a member of your team needs to leave, you’re going to experience 36 hours of pain. The only question is when.

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Managing Your Rocks

Written by Dean Breyley on January 21, 2019

It’s no secret that successful businesses operate with a clear vision shared by everyone. They identify and solve issues promptly in an open and honest environment. But how do you keep everyone focused, aligned and communicating well?

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Don't Duct Tape Your Issues, Solve Them

Written by CJ DuBe' on December 17, 2018

As an EOS Implementer™ I work with leadership teams running their company on EOS®, a business management system. During our quarterly sessions together, we spend a high percentage of our time on solving their issues. In the EOS Model™, the Issues Component™ has two tools. The first is the Issues List and the second is IDS™.

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How To Survive Leadership Turnover

Written by Randy Taussig on December 3, 2018

Leadership turnover is inevitable in a growing/entrepreneurial company. In fact, approximately 80% of companies that implement EOS® experience a leadership team change within the first few years of their implementation. It’s a natural outcome as the priorities and roles within the company gain laser focus.

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