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Facing the Unavoidable with Uncommon Courage

Written by Dan Wallace on December 5, 2019

Recently, one of our client teams found themselves facing a difficult decision. 

They realized that two functions they’d always kept separate really belonged under one leader. Keeping them separate created unnecessary complexity, causing extensive debates about overlapping resources, workflow and priorities. Combining them would eliminate confusion, increase speed and quality, and make the company more responsive to its customers. That part was easy. 

The hard part? 

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Process Component™ Roundup: 5 Posts To Move You Towards 100% Strong

Written by CJ DuBe' on October 10, 2019

In a recent Clarity Break™️ Thought, EOS® Visionary Mike Paton provided four myth-busting truths to help you discover a real passion for strengthening the fifth component of the EOS Model™  -- Process.

While it may not be the component you are most passionate about, when applied correctly, it results in simplicity, scalability, efficiency, and profitability. Results like that are sure to turn the head of any entrepreneur.

Here are five blog posts that will help you tap into that passion and move you towards being 100% strong in the Process Component:

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Listening to your Rumble Strips

Written by Joel Swanson on September 16, 2019

It has almost certainly happened to each of us - you’re driving down the road on cruise control. You’re not doing anything reckless, but your mind is on a million things besides the stretch of road you’re on. You’re thinking about your destination, how long it will take to get there, whether you have enough gas, what’s for lunch, and why no one seems to know how to use a turn signal any more.

The next thing you know, you’re literally shaken back into focus by the rumble strip just on the other side of the white line. You’ve drifted a bit, so you make a slight course correction to straighten things out, and continue on your way with more focused direction.

No big deal, right? Right. But things could have gotten really dicey if it weren’t for that rumble strip.

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Four Elements of Leadership and Management

Written by Chris White on May 16, 2019

There are thousands of books written about how to be an effective leader or manager and just as many “Top 10” lists of activities to do every day. The problem is, these books tend to be complex, and the lists don’t give context.

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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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