Level 10 Weekly Pulse Meeting Agenda

This is a 90 minute meeting for the leadership team to review progress against the quarterly rocks and resolve issues, in accordance with the EOS® methodology. Find out more about the weekly pulse meeting here: https://www.eosworldwide.com/blog/96348-traction-thoughts-weekly-meeting-pulse-managing-heartbeat-business
Need to document process & achieve followed by all?
Need to document process & achieve followed by all?


Importance: Optional

Each person shares one good piece of news – business and/or personal.


Importance: Optional

Sample Scorecard: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UUMx2MPxxVIeg2EeKk8Nvv9kk7QkruMu9IB7QH8lkbA/edit#gid=2084170231

Review the scorecard figures. This is an opportunity to ask questions and to raise any issues relating to the numbers. Issues go onto the issues list.

3Rocks on/off target

Importance: Essential

Sample Rocks: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UUMx2MPxxVIeg2EeKk8Nvv9kk7QkruMu9IB7QH8lkbA/edit#gid=1068228282

This is a quick review of the quarterly rocks (company and personal) where each person says on-target or off-target for their rocks, and if there an issue to be raised. Issues go onto the issues list.

4Department headlines

Importance: Optional

Update from departments about what they’ve done in the week and the plans for the coming week.

This is also an opportunity to share things like employee achievements, new clients, feedback etc.


Importance: Essential

Sample Actions: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UUMx2MPxxVIeg2EeKk8Nvv9kk7QkruMu9IB7QH8lkbA/edit#gid=1849651485

Review the previous weeks’ actions. There’s no need for in depth updates, just answering the question if it was done or not for accountability. Any issues with the actions can be added to the issues list, if they’re worth discussing with the leadership team.

6Issues list

Importance: Essential

Sample Issues: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UUMx2MPxxVIeg2EeKk8Nvv9kk7QkruMu9IB7QH8lkbA/edit#gid=1674111080

This should take up the most time in the meeting (at least an hour). There should be a list of issues raised by the leadership team. Departmental issues should be pushed down to that team.

Prioritise 3 to 5 issues and start processing them.

1. Identify – The person who raised the issue should state it, then the attendees can ask clarifying questions to ensure that the real issue has been identified.
2. Discuss – Everyone should have the chance to contribute their view. Be wary of going off on a tangent.
3. Solve – Determine the resolution that often will become an Action to be added to the Action list.


7Conclusion – agree information

Importance: Optional

Assess if there’s anything that needs to be communicated to those outside the meeting.

8Conclusion – review actions

Importance: Optional

Review the actions that have been agreed in this meeting.

9Conclusion – score the meeting 1-10

Importance: Optional

Ask each attendee to score the meeting out of 10. Ideally people would explain their scores so you can understand perceptions on the meeting.

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