With October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month upon us, we couldn’t think of a better time or blog to share than the real-life story of one of our own EOS Implementers®, Catherine Juon. Her story has truly been an inspiration to us all. We hope that you enjoy and draw inspiration from it as well.
For some, simple business might appear to be an oxymoron. Almost all of the businesses I have worked with over the past 30 years have been anything but simple. Is it possible to keep business simple, with a simple business structure, a simple business plan, simple business processes and simple management? Is it really possible to simplify business?
In a recent session with a client, several leadership team members mentioned during their check-in that EOS® was “not working.” The Integrator expressed frustration that they were not making enough progress and worried that their investment in the process was not paying off.
Our current reality is that we all share the experience of cancer impacting someone we know. We understand the language of cancer: early detection and treatment, advanced stages, prognosis and survival rates. It is a serious and ominous topic for too many of us.
As any individual or team looks forward, there are almost always many paths that can be taken and some paths may be significantly better than others. Good strategic planning boils down to picking the better paths - a leadership skill that must be developed.
I was directed to a compelling video that conveys the essence of a “winning” mindset. Click here to view the video.For me, the key statement in the video was: "So just make sure this is something you want."