- Some CEOs want to use EOS to engage middle management in the vision building process.
- Sometimes the more-the-merrier approach is to get a better perceived bang for their bucks invested in EOS implementation.
- Other times the leader finds it hard to exclude people, as it would necessitate him to differentiate between his people (i.e. make decisions). The leader may see EOS as the tool to stimulate the emergence of leadership through these sessions. (It does work, but there can be pitfalls.)
- And finally the CEO may want a wider management group to participate in the vision building process, to get broader base of input and buyin from the executive level.
Steve Preda is an author, speaker and business coach.
He built and sold an investment banking firm in Europe before moving to the United States in 2012. Since then, he has helped thousands of businesses grow their teams, revenues, and profits as a business coach, EOS Implementer, Pinnacle OS and Strategy OS Guide, and through his books and podcasts.
Steve is the CEO of Steve Preda Business Growth and has written three Amazon best sellers: Buyable, Pinnacle and Strategy OS, and he hosts the Management Blueprint podcast.