December 21, 2018

EOS and the New Year

I’ve been thinking about the psychology of the “New Year”. There is something so emotionally resonant about the possibility of turning over a new leaf. It’s a break: […]
April 17, 2019

“Be and Do” – the Simplest Message for your Employees

Keep it simple. The first leadership ability I teach my EOS leadership teams is to simplify. As companies grow, complexity increases. Most of the time, it’s inherent: […]
August 6, 2018

The Simplest Job Descriptions

Simpler is usually better. According to the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS), the ability to simplify is one of the five leadership abilities you need to master […]
May 4, 2018

Get a Grip on Your Business – Webinar with SBTDC

Want a quick overview of EOS with a focus on one of the tools? This Tuesday May 8th @ 2PM – 3PM (EDT), I begin a […]
April 27, 2018
Difficult Conversation

The Difficult Conversation Checklist for Managers

If you’ve been a leader or a manager for much time at all, you’ve had to address a difficult job performance issue with an employee. Let’s […]
January 31, 2018

4 Keys to Business Love

Business is simple: Do what you love, with people you love, producing results that other people love.  When you fall in love, who is your best […]
December 31, 2017

10 Agenda Items for Annual Planning

Take advantage of the fresh, clean feeling a New Year can bring. Many companies have calendar-fiscal years. The annual meeting is a quarterly meeting on steroids […]
November 22, 2017

6 Truths about Marketing from David Meerman Scott

As a member of EO (the Entrepreneurs’ Organization, I get to attend a learning event almost monthly. I call it my “Continuing Business Education” or CBE […]
August 9, 2017

Leading and Managing Takes Time!

Helping my clients implement EOS in their businesses, I’ve heard a few leaders say “I feel like I’m spending more time working ON the business and […]
July 13, 2017

The Difference Between Therapy, Coaching, Consulting and Mentoring

I used to think there was virtue in ‘going it alone’. I’d think to myself: “Come hell or high water I’m going to accomplish [this great […]