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Learn business basics, PLUS why you don’t need a business degree to be a great leader.
Why facilitation is a skill every leader must master to get team buy-in, and keys to doing it right.
Same Page Meetings, why not having them will ruin your Traction, and links and info on how to do them.
Simple steps to documenting Core Processes, creating checklists, and an archive of samples.
The four phases your company will go through as you implement EOS and what happens when you quit early.
Why State-of-the-Company meetings are a crucial component in getting your Vision “Shared By All.” Plus, what to do with the Level 10 Survival Kit you received for the holidays OR after your VB2.
How to get perfect scores consistently in your Level 10 Meetings.
Evicting monkeys from your IDS tree.
Improving the IDS session in your Level 10 Meetings.
What happens — without you knowing it — when you don’t stick to the Meeting Pulse.
Ken’s cowboy getup leads Detroit hotel guests to mistake him for Trace Adkins during his EOS Implementer peer group meeting, plus how peer groups do “iron sharpens iron,” upcoming talks, and two new additions to the TRACTION book series: How To Be A Great Boss and What The Heck Is EOS?
FAQ: How do I accomplish “mastering my role” on the Accountability Chart?
FAQ: Can you give me some ideas on how an Integrator and Visionary can stay on the same page?
FAQ: Is there a brief “overview” video by Gino Wickman that you would recommend as an ice breaker for our Rollout Session?
FAQ: Do you have any handouts or other presentation materials we can use in our rollout meeting?
Ken asks about interest in an EOS user’s event.
Seven ways to talk about your Vision with your team.
What to do in January to kick off a great year with EOS.
Introducing the EOS App, Rocket Fuel, and the EOS tools and video created by Microsoft.