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 …

Clarity Breaks

Beth Fahey Insights

I have a confession to make. As both an EOS implementer and a longtime user of the EOS process, I have a history of blowing off my clarity breaks. In recent years I’ve gotten better. As they say in the recovery business, the first step is admitting you have a problem. I am not alone. When I call to check …

Rock On!

Rene' Boer Process

In a recent EOS Quarterly Meeting, the Leadership Team was proud to report that they had completed each of the ten Rocks (key priorities) that they had committed to getting done. They had gotten close in previous quarters, always exceeding the goal of 80% completion but this was their first “100% quarter”.  In fact, I’ve conducted hundreds of sessions with …

Truthful, Specific and Positive Feedback

Rene' Boer People

In my last post I helped you understand the importance of giving your direct reports both genuine praise and helpful criticism. Today, I want to elaborate on how to give genuine praise. I recently attended the 2nd Annual Conference for Companies Running on EOS, held in Minneapolis.  It was my privilege to speak on the topic of being a great …

Tools to Build Great Leaders

Clark Neuhoff Execution

We are all leaders!  Some of us lead organizations, some lead teams.  We all aspire to be market leaders within our niches (if not, then we need to have a separate conversation).  We all need to be thought leaders, championing our ideas to advance the organizations that we are a part of. In his book Leadership Gold, Lessons I’ve Learned …

Clarity Breaks

Rene' Boer Execution

If you’ve read books on great leaders in history, you’ll find that one of the things that they all had in common was the ability to get out of the weeds, rise above it all, and take time to think.  Henry Ford once said, “Thinking is the hardest thing to do, that’s why so few people engage in it.” As …