If you are a business Owner, CEO, Leader, or Manager looking to get more out of your business, this is a 3-minute invitation to discover the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS) --- a powerful yet lightweight system of tools and processes that takes a holistic self-sustaining approach to building up great companies.
Over 575 businesses currently operate on EOS, and as a result, they have managed to:
• Crystallize their VISION, getting everyone on the same page and rowing in the same direction;
• Gain tremendous TRACTION by building discipline and accountability into the organization to impeccably execute that vision; and
• Create a HEALTHY, functional and cohesive leadership team and company.
If you are a Small-to-Mid-sized Business Owner, Founder, CEO, Leader, or Manager and are looking to get more out of your business, this is part 2 of an 18-minute introduction to the Entrepreneurial Operating System (R). Here, we'll introduce you to the last three components of the EOS Model: Issues, Process and Traction. We'll also make you an offer for a zero-cost 90-minute custom in-depth introduction to EOS.
If you are a business Owner, CEO, Leader or Manager looking to get more out of your business, you may experience one or several of these frustrations:
* Lack of control -- over your time, your market or your company;
* People -- they don't listen, they don't understand, or they don't follow through;
* Profit -- there is not enough of it or not at the right time;
* Growth -- can't seem to break through to the next level;
* Magic Pills -- quick fixes have come & have gone, but the wheels are still spinning.
If any of these resonate with you, find out here how over 575 CEOs and their small-to-midsized businesses have successfully addressed these issues.
In 45 minutes, I will give you a context to simplify how you think about your business, so you can regain control, increase profit, align your people, break through that ceiling and finally get a system of tools that works.
In this 3-Minute Tip I show the EOS solution to dealing with a long list of issues or topics in a team meeting. This simple technique ensures that we always deal with the most important and urgent issues first AND that we never get bogged down in a cumbersome prioritization exercise.