Do you have a grip on your business, or does your business have a grip on you?
The EOS Process provides a proven way to put all the pieces together, incorporating each of the EOS Tools in the right order to best strengthen each key component of your business.
How the EOS Process Works
To begin, someone will need to play the essential role of “EOS Implementer” to guide a leadership team through the process. This can be a person on the leadership team or a professional implementer outside the company.
1. 90 Minute Meeting
This introduces the leadership team of a company to EOS, getting everyone on the same page so they can decide if they want to use the system and tools to strengthen their company.
2. The Focus Day
A day to give the leadership team tools to clarify who’s responsible for what, set priorities, improve communication, resolve issues and track critical numbers. The leadership team then uses their new tools in their business for the next 30 days to experience real improvement.
3. Vision Building Day 1
Another day with the leadership team that starts by reviewing and sharpening the Focus Day tools. They then begin to use the V/TO, Vision / Traction Organiser, tool to clarify their vision, starting with who they are, why they exist, what they do and where they are going. They will also get a great tool for reviewing their people.
The team again uses their tools in their business for the next 30 days to experience more improvement. This is a spaced-learning approach which has proven to be most effective for quickly gaining proficiency with the tools.
4. Vision Building Day 2
Another day with the leadership team to master the Focus Day tools and continue using the V/TO tool to complete their vision, clarifying their Marketing Strategy, their 3-Year Picture, 1-Year Plan and priorities for the next 90 days.
With the leaders now focused and all on the same page, they use the tools for the next 90 days to execute their plan. They will see more improvement.
5. Quarterly Sessions
A day with the leadership team every 90 days to evaluate their performance, refocus, set priorities for the next 90 days and resolve any issues that might impede their progress.
They experience measurable growth and improvement every 90 days – traction®.
6. Annual Sessions
2 Days with the leadership team each year to work on team health and update their vision and plan for the next year and next quarter.
The result is a healthy, focused leadership team and organization that makes continual progress towards achieving everything in their vision.
The EOS Model provides a visual illustration of the Six Key Components of any business that must be strengthened to be a great business. The EOS Model helps to simplify the way you see your business and sets the context for becoming a great company.
Giving good advice can be helpful, but giving business leaders and managers simple and proven tools provides them with everything they need to build and run a great business. The EOS Toolbox contains a complete set of simple tools you can use to strengthen each component of your business.