EOS 101: Entrepreneurial Operating System

Get a Grip on Your Business!

Don’t let common problems and frustrations run you and your business. Get a grip and gain control with the Entrepreneurial Operating System®.

EOS® is a complete set of simple concepts and practical tools that help entrepreneurs get what they want from their businesses. Implementing EOS could help you and your leadership team get better at three things:

  • Clarity of Vision — Get everyone in your organization 100% on the same page with where you’re going, and how you plan to get there
  • Gain Traction® — Instill focus, discipline, and accountability throughout the company so that everyone executes on that vision—every day
  • Get Healthy — Help your leaders become a more cohesive, functional, healthy leadership team

Join Goering Center members for lunch this October 5 at Sharonville Convention Center. Our expert presenter and panel of entrepreneurs will share how they put EOS to work in their organizations.

 

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Registration includes a complimentary copy of Traction by Gino Wickman

  • Inside Traction, you’ll learn the secrets of strengthening the Six Key Components™ of your business.
  • You’ll discover simple yet powerful ways to run your company that will give you and your leadership team more focus, more growth, and more enjoyment.

Do you need EOS?

Take the Organizational Checkup to gauge the strength of your business!
Go to OrganizationalCheckup.com


 

From left: Crystal Faulkner, MCM; Jonathan Adams, Salix; Larry Grypp, Goering Center; Blake Roe, Plante Moran


Meet Our Presenter

Crystal Faulkner, CAP, CExP, MAFF is a partner with MCM CPAs & Advisors. She is an EOS Implementer trained to successfully guide business owners through the EOS process, and her passion for helping others has given her the opportunity to work with a diverse range of professionals, owners and businesses throughout our region. Crystal's primary areas of expertise include: business and tax advisory, certified in business exit and transition planning, strategic planning, income and estate tax minimization, fraud and forensic analysis, succession planning, wealth enhancement and transfer and consulting related to business acquisition and disposition.
 

Meet Our Panel

Jonathan Adams is the co-founder and President of SALIX, an award-winning business process outsourcing (BPO) and litigation support company based in Cincinnati. The company increases productivity and reduces costs for clients by providing holistic data life cycle solutions. Jon and his brother, Rob, started the business in their parent’s basement in 1999 and have served over 2,500 customers since they began.

Jonathan is a passionate and dedicated leader who finds innovative ways to solve problems and serve others. His leadership skills are well known, being awarded 'Forty under 40' and 'Gentlemen of Substance & Style' among other distinctions. He also shares his expertise and insight to enhance the community, serving in leadership roles with several non-profit organizations.
 

Larry Grypp is President of the Goering Center for Family & Private Business. Prior to joining the Goering Center, Larry held leadership positions with Western & Southern Financial Group, including serving as President and CEO of Columbus Life and Lafayette Life subsidiaries and chairman of Western & Southern’s Capital Analysts, Inc. Earlier in his career, he was promoted to positions of increasing responsibility with MassMutual Financial Group, concluding his tenure as Executive Vice President of MassMutual’s core business, Insurance and Financial Management. He has been a Trustee of Mercy Health since 2014. Larry is a past board member of Cincinnati’s Catholic-Inner-City Schools Education Fund and of the city’s Convention Facilities Authority. He has served on the boards of numerous organizations, including the University of Cincinnati Economics Center and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce.
 

Blake Roe is a CPA and partner with Plante Moran, specializing in audit and advisory services. Blake works closely with family- and foreign-owned businesses in manufacturing and the public sector, including municipalities, special government entities, water and wastewater utilities, and airports. He leads Plante Moran’s Cincinnati manufacturing team, is the regional leader of their municipal and Japanese business services practices, and the partner-in-charge of the firm’s national airport practice. He helped Plante Moran implement EOS, is an adjunct professor at the Lindner College of Business, is on the agency audit review committee for the United Way of Greater Cincinnati and the finance committee at the Heritage Country Club.
 

If You Go

When: October 5, 2017, 7:30 a.m. – Noon
What: Presentation and Panel Discussion. Breakfast provided.
Attire: Casual
Location: Sharonville Convention Center
Who should come: Entrepreneurs, founders, owners, presidents and CEOs, and their leadership teams. Anyone involved in implementing a company’s strategic plan. Open to the public.
*Cost: Members: $209 first person, $59 additional person(s); Non-Members: $309 first person, $109 additional person(s)


Thank you to our Corporate Partner sponsors:

Johnson Investment Counsel, U.S. Bank and Wood & Lamping

The Entrepreneurial Operating System, EOS and Traction are trademarks of EOS Worldwide and are EOS Worldwide’s intellectual property and are used with permission. You can learn more about the Entrepreneurial Operating System by visiting the website at http://www.eosworldwide.com.