Leadership Coaching

Commitment is an Action

When is it okay to be wishy-washy? It’s perfectly acceptable to be undecided in a restaurant while ordering food. It’s fine to hedge your bets in a game of fantasy football. It is not okay to be uncommitted in the cockpit of a $30 million F-16 fighter jet. When engaging enemy forces in combat, the…

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Secrets of Persistence

When things get rough, are you tempted to throw in the towel? Not Bob Salem. When this guy sets a goal, it’s a done deal. Earlier this year, 53-year-old Bob Salem of Colorado Springs became the fourth person in history to push a peanut to the top of Pikes Peak with his nose. Fighting fatigue…

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EOS® Meeting vs. StratOp Meeting: What’s Best for My Company?

Leadership Meeting Graphic

As a strategic planning facilitator, I’m often asked, “What do you think about the Entrepreneurial Operating System®?” I always answer the same way: “The key is having a strategic planning process or system that works for you.” You’ll know you have a good process for strategic planning if: You regularly stop the day-to-day to work…

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