Gaining a Birds Eye View of Your Company
I recently saw a commercial that asked a question I found interesting: “If you looked at America as a bird does, would you understand it?” I don’t remember what the commercial was promoting, which is my usual practice.
If you think about your business, I bet there is a lot of activity on a day-to-day basis. I expect there are a lot of interrelated components to what you do. And your employees, vendors, and customers routinely interact with each other, as well as all those aspects of your business. You and your team are busy. As a leader in your company, it is important that you understand the intricacies of your operation and the internal and external relationships.
In order to effectively implement EOS®, the Leadership Team needs to step out of the business. We need you to disconnect yourself from your ego, your role, and past beliefs and do what is best for the greater good of the organization going forward.
The only way for a Leadership Teams to do that is to elevate above all that “stuff” and work on the business as if they are a board of directors.
Looking at your company from a 30,000-foot view allows a Leadership Team to survey everything that is going on and identify those aspects that may be out of alignment.
That can be hard to see when you are so close to the business, working in it while also working on it. Business owners may need a guide—someone whose wings they can hold on to and soar above the daily operations to get to the birds eye view. That guide is your EOS Implementer™. We see things you often can’t because you are in the weeds. We can offer a fresh set of eyes, help you see your business the way we do, while helping you implement EOS® in your business.
If you’d like to talk about this or any other aspect of EOS®, please fill out the contact form below to request phone consultation with me. Grab my coattails and I will lead you to the horizon until you can view your business from that vantage point on your own.
Remember EOS® shines a light on every corner of your business. It’s time to take a bird’s eye view. Let’s set up a time to talk about how to get it done.