conflict at work

When I work with a leadership team as their EOS® Implementer, they learn very quickly that I encourage a culture of healthy conflict at work. By lunch the first day, we’ve already built their EOS Accountability Chart™, which takes an immense amount of respectful debate, trust, and willingness to be open. These are all hallmark…

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healthy conflict

If you’re having truly productive meetings, your team is experiencing conflict. If you disagree, I’m afraid your meetings probably aren’t as productive as you’d like. Either that, or you aren’t aware of the conflict. Most of my readers, though, are well aware that having conflict in their meetings is a great thing. Healthy conflict resolution…

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Level 10 Meeting Rating

The first real step to success is recognizing that there is always room for improvement. Feel free to quote me on that, because I just made it up and it’s a gem. Ready for your next gem? Your EOS® Level 10 Meetings™ are not perfect. Smarmy comments aside, it’s definitely true. In the Entrepreneurial Operating…

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The Level 10 Meetings ™ are one of the most important tools in the EOS ® (That’s Entrepreneurial Operating System ®) toolbox. If I had to pick one tool to recommend to every business owner or executive team, it would be the Level 10 Meeting. When teams use The Level 10 Meeting right, it propels their…

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EOS shiny stuff, dallas eos implementer, dallas entrepreneurial operating system, dallas eos, dallas executive coach

If you follow my blog, you understand that the Entrepreneurial Operating System® isn’t for people who are sitting around waiting for the phone to ring. Real entrepreneurs are out there making the opportunities happen. They are looking for places to grow their business, building strategies to make that growth happen, and executing. Easy as 1,2,3,…

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Can I self implement EOS

“Can I Self Implement EOS?” I hear this question quite a bit. Can  I self implement EOS ®? The short answer is yes, you can. Doing so will take immense personal and professional discipline, hard work, and objectivity. But yes, it is possible. I fully support the idea of a business leader deciding they are…

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