Love and Loathe Exercise: Scaling Ups Tool for Team Friction

Scaling Ups Love-Loathe Exercise is a terrific tool for better understanding teams. High-performing teams have excellent alignment between what is asked of them and what they naturally do

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What is a BOS?

As a business owner, you're always looking for ways to scale up and grow your company. One effective way to do this is by implementing a business operating

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Rethinking Goals, Rocks and Quarterly Priorities

These last few weeks, I've seen my fair share of quarterly offsites—ones I've run and others I've assisted my coaching colleagues with. One theme that seems to be

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Question Your Customers (and Employees), Weekly

When was the last time you or members of your leadership team had an intentional conversation with a customer? A conversation you sought out with the customer rather

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The 13 Week Run for Rocks

In Scaling Up, we have this notion of a Rock. They are the most important item(s) to work on during the quarter. I typically advise my clients on

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Getting to the heart of your weekly meeting.

We've all been in those Weekly Leadership Meetings that meander, never seeming to get to the point of the matter. At worst, we revisit the same topics weekly,

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Monthly “Deep Dive” / 2D Meeting™

I love meetings. Yes, you read that right. I LOVE meetings. I realize most of you have perfectly justifiable reasons you dislike them. Too many meetings in a given week.

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L10 Meeting Score Rubric

In EOS Traction, the Weekly L10 Meeting is one of the best ways to get your Executive Teams aligned. While I use Scaling Up for all my coaching,

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Using DISC Profiles to Build High-Performance Teams

DISC profiles are a tool used to assess an individual's behavior and communication style. They are based on the DISC model, which was developed by psychologist William Moulton

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We are our daily practices.

How will the next 90 days be different from your last 90 days? Take a moment to stop and really feel into that. We’re often too damn busy

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