The Value Of An EOS Overview Meeting

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An EOS Overview meeting isn’t just another sales presentation. That’s because EOS isn’t just another interchangeable, nice-to-have product or service. EOS gets to the heart of your business and will radically affect its future. Its impact is so powerful, people leave the meeting transformed into raving fans. Like them, you won’t forget the day you were introduced to this system. And because of what we do in that 90 minutes, you’ll be in a position to make an informed decision and begin a journey that will significantly change your business for the better.

Let’s take a closer look at what you’ll be able to accomplish in this meeting and how it helps you move the EOS process forward in your business.


#1. Learn about the EOS model, tools and implementation process.

When executives are frustrated with their business, there’s a reason for it, but they don’t know what that reason is. In other words, you don’t know what you don’t know, and that only compounds the frustration. This session will help you get to the root of the issues you’re currently experiencing so you can finally understand why you are frustrated.

It will also confirm that you’re right: There is a better way to run your company. And by definition, that means you’re going to introduce change. When you move from your current state to a future state, there’s going to be a transition period. It’s only natural, then, to wonder whether the company can stick with it and make it through to the other side.

This meeting will give you the confidence you need to implement the system and make it through the transition. As you learn about the EOS model, tools and implementation process, you’ll see that they have been well-tested and honed for success. More than 26,000 session days have been delivered, and we follow an intentional, prescriptive process to ensure results. You’ll leave the 90-minute meeting believing in the process we walk you through and confident in your ability to implement it, just like the 4,900 companies that are currently running it.


#2. Become familiar with me and decide if I am a good fit for your company.

We know that there’s always that nagging question: Is this person right for us? During these 90 minutes, you’ll have the chance to get to know me, to get a sense of my personality, energy level, and demeanor, and to get comfortable with me. You’ll also learn about my three roles as the EOS implementor. I will be your guide on this journey, serving as your:

  • Teacher: I’ll communicate a set of concepts that will be new to you. You’ll learn them at a high level and dig down into the details as well.
  • Facilitator: I’ll be working with your leadership team to extract specific information that we’ll then populate into the tools we show you. I’ll also keep the pace moving at the right speed so that we get through what we need to get through but we don’t go so fast that we’re overly superficial in our thinking and application of the tools.
  • Coach: Just as important, I’ll be drawing on my reservoir of knowledge and experience to coach you through the process. When I see a decision that may not be the best, or when the group is stuck, I’ll take the lead and play a more active role in helping the group move through it.

It’s vital that you feel there is a fit between us. You are letting me into your inner circle, and I will be moderating and facilitating many controversial and vulnerable conversations. To succeed at my job, I need to be seen as credible, trustworthy and in tune with the emotional state of the group.


#3. Get buy-in from your leadership team.

One of the big reasons EOS is so successful is that we work with leadership teams, not just the CEO. Having a strong leadership team is paramount because it’s the only way you’ll be able to achieve what you want to achieve with your business. There’s no way any CEO can do it all on their own.

This also means you need to get them behind EOS, and to do that, you have to give them a voice. This meeting is an opportunity to get their buy-in to the process so that they’re excited and effective rather than guarded and combative. Their critical feedback and positive support will lead to the right decision on EOS.


#4. Take command of your company’s future.

Having said all that, as the CEO, it’s your job to be accountable for the company’s future. Change is never easy, but when there is a potential for change, it means there is the potential for getting better. While there are never any guarantees when it comes to change, given EOS’s success rates, you can be confident that we know how to make this change much more predictable and reliable. You’ll have more control over your destiny and can run a better business.