The EOS Process™
A proven way to put all the pieces together.
The EOS Process™ incorporates each of the EOS Tools in the order that will best strengthen each key component of your business.
How the EOS Process™ Works
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, resolve issues and track critical numbers. The team then uses these tools in their business for the next 30 days to experience real improvement.
3. Vision Building™ Day 1
Another day with the leadership team to sharpen the Focus Day™ tools and begin using the Vision / Traction Organizer™ (V/TO™) tool to clarify their vision: who they are, why they exist, what they do and where they are going. They will also learn 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.
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, 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 move into execution mode and begin deploying the tools throughout the organization for the next 90 days.
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.
6. Annual Sessions
2 Days with the leadership team each year to build team health, update their vision and plan for the next year.
The result is a healthy leadership team focused on achieving every part of their vision.
After hours of working with entrepreneurs and their leadership teams, the EOS Implementer Community ™ ™ gathered information and learned that a choice few are getting everything they want from their business.
Unfortunately the others aren’t.
The EOS Model™ provides a visual illustration of the Six Key Components™ of any business that must be managed and strengthened to be a great business. This model applies to big and small businesses alike, in any industry.