Surviving and Thriving through Adversity

Rene' Boer People

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. Here is a summary: What they learned about themselves: “It’s okay to slow down and think about what’s most important …

Traction Process Associates Welcomes Beth Fahey!!

Clark Neuhoff Traction

Rene’ Boer and Clark Neuhoff are excited to welcome Beth Fahey to Traction Process Associates.  Beth joined the EOS community in 2018 after utilizing the EOS tools and processes in her own business with the help of Clark as her EOS Implementer.  Beth quickly became a professional EOS Implementer and is using her first-hand experience with EOS and the tools …

An Awesome Year 2020!

Rene' Boer Execution

Good morning, As you’re looking forward to the New Year and a new decade, take time to pause and reflect on 2019 and the things you’d like to accomplish to make 2020 an awesome year.  This is the perfect time for a Clarity Break!  My friend Kary Miller shared a terrific planning tool – “An Awesome Year 2020” with me …

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 …

Tools, Training & Process

Rene' Boer Process

When I was in my teens, my dad bought me a Norelco triple-head electric shaver for Christmas. It was a state-of- the-art tool ready to tackle the dozen or so hairs that were beginning to sprout on my chin. I used it for many years until I became frustrated by its inefficacy to closely shave what was emerging as a …

Genuine Praise and Helpful Criticism

Rene' Boer People

You can’t be a Great Boss if you shy away from giving feedback, both positive and negative.  When you see something, you must say something.  Failing to say something speaks volumes about what is important to you. It’s probably no surprise that employees would prefer feedback to be positive.  But what may surprise you is that employees would rather have …