There is no one-size-fits-all solution to implementing EOS effectively, because it has a different impact on your team, across every level of an organisation.
That’s where The Traction library comes in. As everyone in your team needs to possess the correct information and means to implement it, the books in The Traction library are tailormade for every level in a business.
Whether you are senior management or below, these books are designed to make everyone more in-tune with their role and better placed to make your company thrive. Here is a brief synopsis on each.
Have you considered providing coaching for your leadership team?
Think of your leaders as sports stars. Whether they’re Roger Federer, Usain Bolt, or Olympic Gold medallists, they’ll still have a team of coaches.
Successful leaders surround themselves with great people – the right people in the right seats.
We’re delighted to be hosting our first complimentary Business Leader Breakfast, where we’ll give you the tools to ensure you identify the right team for your business, and show you how to create a positive, productive culture, where everyone on your team is able to work at their best.
At the event, on 8th November, you’ll discover how to simplify how you hire, fire, review, reward and recognise people in your organisation. The process will prompt you to step back and look at your overall structure.
You may ask yourself some tough questions about the way your business is organised to clearly define the roles and responsibilities within your organisation.
The objective is help you to surround yourself with good people all rowing in the same direction working towards your vision.
The event is being hosted jointly by Julia Langkraehr, founder of Bold Clarity, and her fellow EOS implementer, Dean Breyley of Grow or Die.
The Business Leader Breakfast will take place between 8.30 and 11, on 8 November, at 1 Alfred Place, Bloomsbury, London, WC1E 7EB.
Click here to find out more, and to register for your complimentary place.
When it comes to building a successful company in any industry, you will need to overcome a number of challenges.
Having a strong leadership team in place is one of the key ways to be confident of your company’s long-term success.
Successful entrepreneurs like starting businesses. They like coming up with a great concept. They like doing deals. They like negotiating.
And they like seeing their businesses grow.
And these qualities make them a business’ biggest asset.
In many ways, “Get a Grip” is a key follow-up to Gino Wickman’s previous book about the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS), “Traction.” In this review of Get a Grip, we’ve seen how the book takes the same ideas and concepts from Traction and puts them into context through the fable of “Swan Services,” a fictional company which is putting EOS into practice.