The EOS system incorporates a powerful tool.
In order for a person to succeed in their role, they need to “GWC”.
G = “Get it”
W = “Want it”
C = “capacity”
The person needs to ‘get’ it. They need the smarts and insights to understand their role.
For example, the role of playing music. If a person doesn’t ‘get’ the music theory, they obviously should not apply for such a job.
Or, a person that’s into numbers and data should not apply for a job that requires solving emotional problems.
A person needs to have the innate ability for their particular role and responsibility.
A person needs to want the role. It needs to fit with their dreams, aspirations, and long-term vision of themselves.
It should be like a dream job that makes the person jump out of bed in the morning.
The more the person “wants” the job, the more well suited they probably are for the job.
A person needs to have the capacity and skill set to actually do their job.
If their job requires lifting 50 pounds of flour, they need to have the capacity and bodily muscles to do that. Or, if they need to compute numbers, they need to be able to do it.
The ‘G’ and ‘W’ is something that needs to be within you. You either have it or you don’t have it.
However, the ‘C’ is something you can learn and train for.
Every employee and team member needs to be measured according to the GWC.
There’s no use to force a fish to fly, or a monkey to swim. Everyone has their own unique strengths, weaknesses, talents, and skills.
The key is to figure out what the strengths/weaknesses are, and then do more of the strengths and less of the weaknesses.
Then, we need to “Delegate then Elevate”. #EOS
Delegate your weaknesses and do more of the things you like to do. Thereby, you will elevate yourself, your productivity, your capacity to accomplish more!
Have you implemented the EOS system?