Even the most successful entrepreneurs occasionally find running a business more challenging than they expected. At some point, all business owners feel frustrated - like nothing’s working and everything’s harder than it should be. When your company hits the ceiling, you need to develop new leadership abilities to break through.
This was the concept for Marisa Smith’s live webinar that took place Friday afternoon. During the educational hour, Marisa focused on the Five Leadership Abilities™ that leadership teams must master to get to the next level. The attendees learned how to use simple, practical tools to help them achieve their vision - faster! Below are the Five Leadership Abilities™, along with the necessary tools for implementation. All of the tools can be downloaded for free from the EOS Worldwide website -- http://www.eosworldwide.com/eos-toolbox
Tool: Vision/Traction Organizer™
Tools: Delegate & Elevate™, and Accountability Chart
Tools: Vision/ Traction Organizer™, Issues Solving Track™, and Scorecard
Tool: 3-Step Process Documenter™
Tool: Accountability Chart
Hitting the ceiling is a natural part of growth within an organization. As a business leader, is it crucial to understand that your company will hit the ceiling repeatedly, but that there are ways to help with the frustrations that come with it—implementing EOS®.
Many people wonder if EOS® is right for their company. Are you open-minded, growth-oriented, and a leader in your business? Are you willing to be open, honest, and vulnerable? If you answered yes to either of those questions, then EOS® is right for you.
Join Marisa Smith and the City of Sterling Heights for the next two sessions to explore how the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®) can help you clarify and achieve your vision, instill discipline and accountability in your organization, and foster a healthy team environment:
Simple Tools for Building a Strong Culture at Your Company (Lunch and Learn)
Friday, September 22 from 12 pm-1pm
Crystallize Your Company Vision for 2018 (Webinar)
Friday, December 1 from 12pm-1pm