Trusting the Right People to Make Decisions with EOS

Rene' Boer Core Values

As clients are navigating all the issues during the current Covid-19 pandemic, I asked some of them what they learned about themselves, how EOS helped them, what specific EOS tool was most helpful and their advice for other business owners. “I learned to trust my Leadership Team – that they were making the right decisions based on our Core Values.” …

How EOS and Vistage Work Together

Beth Fahey People

Vistage and EOS together are a powerful combination. One works with individuals – helping them become better leaders; the other works with leadership teams – helping them get clear on their company vision. Francine Lasky is an up-and-coming Vistage Chair in Chicago. Her super-power is “questioning the answers” of her members; challenging their thinking in a “carefrontational” way. She’s also …

Mastering Remote Working as a Great Leadership Team with EOS

Rene' Boer Issues/Problem Solving

Rene’ Boer, as clients are navigating all the issues during the current Covid-19 pandemic, I asked some of them what they learned about themselves, how EOS helped them, what specific EOS tool was most helpful and their advice for other business owners. “I don’t have to be in the middle of everything – It’s about “letting go” and trusting my …

Getting Issues Solved with EOS

Beth Fahey Issues/Problem Solving

News Flash! You are not alone. EVERYBODY has issues in their business. Nearly 100% of the time, you can tie your issues back to weakness in one of the six key components of the EOS Model. Dominic Sergi, of Clear Height Properties is a friend, EOS client, and fellow #Vistage member. In this brief and lively video, Dominic and I …

We Create Our Own Monsters

Beth Fahey People

Some of the best business advice I ever got came from my mother-in-law, Jane. She was the mother of thirteen children, and one of the smartest people I’ve ever met. An expert on human behavior, she always said that if she hadn’t been so busy being a mom, she would have loved to have been a ‘businesswoman.’ Knowing her as I did, I …