In this edition ...
Galileo: A Vision Shared By All - Would You Have Looked? ... Working for My One Moment ... 5 Tips for Building Your Accountability Chart ...
Here is your weekly installment of Tuesday Traction Points - Key things I'm seeing and experiencing that give me, and the entrepreneurs I work with, Traction!
Vision That's Shared By All
Would You Have Looked?
Legend has it that when Galileo presented his new invention, a telescope that could magnify objects 20 times, many of his contemporaries would not even look through it! Because they wouldn’t look, they missed the vision and perspective of the celestial landscape Galileo was discovering!
When you articulate the vision for your company, you want to ensure it is “shared by all”. This means everyone in your organization can “see it”, from your leadership team to every trusted employee. They know where you are going and how you plan to get there. And more than a mere description of some big future milestone, everyone can really visualize what the future looks like -- and feels like! You must help people create an emotional connection to a future they want to be a part of!
To find out what’s stopping people from "looking through your telescope" and what you can do about it, click here. (3 minutes)
Quote I Am Pondering
“Luck has nothing to do with it, because I have spent many, many hours, countless hours, on the court working for my one moment in time, not knowing when it would come.”
Holder of the most Grand Slam titles - male or female - in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles combined among active players.
5 TIPS FOR BUILDING OUT YOUR ACCOUNTABILITY CHART
BY JONATHAN SMITH - AUGUST 3, 2020
One of the first things an EOS Implementer® does when working with clients is to determine the right structure for the organization using the Accountability Chart.
While this can be a straightforward exercise for your leadership team, some of your team members may have difficulty when it’s time to build out the Accountability Chart for their own departments.
Click here for five tips to help you navigate the Accountability Chart process with your team. (3 minutes)