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Why Do We Complicate Accountability?

EOS is all about focus, discipline and accountability and appropriately so.  Successful organizations have all three.  Lacking any one, the organizational results suffer. Yet, ‘accountability’ is often misunderstood and misused.  In our every-day business language we say things like, “Go hold him/her accountable,” or words to that affect.  Problem is, you can’t ‘hold’ anyone accountable; …

Warp and Weft of Leadership

In discussions with an EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System, see http://www.eosworldwide.com) Leadership Team recently, a question regarding the benefit of known Values came up.  An analogy came to mind, but, first, what are Values in the EOS-context? Core values are a small set of timeless guiding principles.  Often overused, warn-out, abused, and maligned; yet, great companies …

Questions You Need to Ask For Success

Managers want to give all the answers, but leaders ask the tough questions. It’s a different way of helping people think through their own decisions and how it affects the organization. I have five pages of questions I recommend CEOs and leaders ask their people. Here are just some examples of the questions I use …

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