In this weeks home automation show of Automation Unplugged, coach and EOS Implementor, Cesar Quintero shares his experience with the EOS process for optimal growth and company structure.
This week's home automation podcast features our host Ron Callis interviewing Cesar Quintero. Recorded live on Wednesday February 7th at 12:30 p.m. EST.
About Cesar Quintero
At 24 years old, Cesar moved from his home country of Venezuela to start a meal delivery service that was ahead of its time. After 5 years, the company made over six figures and had 27 employees, but he was stuck in the business running most functions in the leadership team. He then joined the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO) and learned about the book Traction, and implemented EOS in his company.
With 2 years of implementing EOS, the business doubled in size, and Cesar was able to pull back and work on the business solely as Visionary. That freed up his time to start 2 other businesses and started to mentor and coach entrepreneurs that wanted to scale.
Here are some of the topics Ron had the opportunity to discuss with Cesar Quintero:
- What entrepreneurs can expect from working with an EOS Implementer
- Defining the 6 key components in EOS
- Type of businesses that would benefit from the EOS system
- The EOS proven process of implementation
Adopting EOS for Success
This week's home automation podcast features our host Ron Callis interviewing Brad Whitehead. Recorded live on Wednesday November 7th at 12:30 p.m. EST.
About Brad Whitehead
Brad Whitehead has been leading and developing entrepreneurial companies for over 20 years. After growing Paragon Technology Group across four resort markets in Colorado, he served as COO of VIA International. Brad now works with leadership teams of companies with 10-200 employees to help them get what they want from their business by implementing EOS — the Entrepreneurial Operating System. This simple, proven system aligns leadership teams around a vision and creates traction to execute it by instilling discipline and accountability for the entire organization. As a professional EOS implementer, Brad serves as a teacher, facilitator, and coach for owners and their managers that want to take their business to the next level.
Here are some of the topics Ron had the opportunity to discuss with Brad:
- Brad’s background in the industry
- The different types of growth: revenue, business lines, geographic, capability, and profitability.
- The challenges that companies typically face that impede their growth and development.
- Describe EOS as a system that can add order to chaos as a company grows, creating a framework to keep the team aligned and on track
- Describe the process for implementing EOS within a company
- In the CE integration industry, many companies have adopted EOS and are enjoying success.