What is EOS?
EOS is a set of principles, tools, and processes that allow you to define and achieve the right goals for your organization.
We think of it like a language. Right now, everyone in your company is speaking a different language. With EOS, you learn one language for your business and teach everybody how to speak it. As a result, your communication, operations, and profitability have the potential to increase exponentially.
EOS will help you and your leadership team get better at three things:
Getting everyone in your organization 100% on the same page with where you’re going and how you plan to get there.
Instilling focus, discipline, and accountability throughout the company so that everyone executes on your vision—every single day.
Helping your leaders become a more cohesive, functional, and healthier leadership team.
How EOS Works
The way EOS works isn’t a mystery. The EOS Model™ focuses on the Six Key Components™ of your business: Vision, Data, Process, Traction, Issues, and People. Your organization will implement using The EOS Process™, which begins with the 90 Minute Meeting. Once you get to Annual Planning and Quarterly Pulsing™, you’ll continue the cycle for the lifetime of your business.
What We Bring to EOS
Crews Consulting Group has an excellent track record implementing EOS: our average session rating is 9.24 out of 10. Working with us is so effective because:
Your results come first
You shouldn’t work with any consultant or coach who doesn’t get you meaningful results. Whether it’s improving your profitability or your peace of mind, we’re committed to helping you create real, lasting change in your business.
We’ve been on all sides of the conversation
We are skilled EOS Implementers, but we are also experienced business owners and EOS users. That’s the difference between theoretical understanding and real-world mastery of this system.
Facilitation is easier with a neutral party
Every company has its share of office politics. We can help you navigate the interpersonal dynamics of your leadership team and create a space for open and honest communication.
Self-implementation can be difficult
EOS works best when an outside professional can help provide accountability, identify your blind spots, and establish consistency within your organization. Some of our best clients are people who self-implemented EOS before coming to work with us!