Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Course in Singapore
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Course in Singapore
Management by wandering around (MBWA) or management by walking around is a business management style that involves managers walking around the company at random times to check on any offices, talk to employees about any issues, and learn updates about any projects. This management style builds a closer relationship between bosses and employees.
This Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa).
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) course
- Make the effort to get in touch with your employees to show gratitude and boost morale
- Tell your people how your aims for the team fit with the big picture goals of the company
- Share information that helps everyone to understand and do their jobs better
- Relate with your colleagues on a personal level and be spontaneous and unplanned, regular but random
- Review the things that you’ve learned and take action accordingly and keep the company’s vision alive
- Employees are likely to be more engaged and productive if they see you and speak with you frequently than if they don’t
- Be aware of what is going on around you and learn from these informal situations
- ensure you get around every day or every other day, and instead of doing it on the same days or at the same time of day, swap your routine
- use the style to strengthen the work atmosphere and employee motivation and big part of this can be caring more about the subordinates’ personal lives
- create a situation where MBWA is an effective method and part of an overall management strategy and not a distraction
- focus on improving your communication skills– to become better at getting your message across and to hear what the other person has to say
- Understanding body language is especially important for MBWA because you are putting yourself and other people in an unexpected situation
Below is the list of course objectives of our Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) course
- Learn about management by wandering around (MBWA) and how it can benefit your management skills
- Keep up with what’s happening within your team and your organization
- Spread your attention evenly on your employees and treat them fairly and equally
- Look for successes rather than failures and compliment the employee to motivate them
- Share good news and re-instill company goals, values, and vision within your team
- Strike a balance between people’s work and their personal lives without trying to be intrusive as a manager
- Make MBWA a key part of your management strategy and benefit from it
- Connect with employees and share ideas with them on a professional level
- Invite suggestions for doing things betterand make these as stepping stones for improvement and development
- See what is going on when people aren’t prepared for you so you know how they genuinely feel about your management
- Create a system, where he or she is compelled to get up and talk to the employees on a regular basis
- Encourage better relationships and open communication between employees and managers alike
Below is the list of course content of our Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) training course
- What is Management by Wandering Around and how can it affect your management style and how your employees perceive you
- Make MBWA part of your routine because dropping in on employees’ workspaces for an informal chat is most effective if you don’t do it on any fixed schedule
- Listen and observe more than you talk, ask for suggestions, and recognize good ideas
- Don’t bring an entourage because it works best as a continual stream of one-on-one conversations with individual employees
- Bringing aides or assistants with you will probably just inhibit the discussion by making people more self-conscious or, worse, make them feel you’re ganging up on them
- Try to spend roughly the same amount of time — not necessarily all in the same day or even the same week, but over the long run — with each person who reports to you
- Ask each employee for his or her thoughts about how to improve products, processes, sales, or service
- if someone’s idea leads to a positive result, make it known whose suggestion it was and show you’re ready to give credit where it’s due
- If you can’t answer an employee’s question off the top of your head, don’t forget to get back to him or her with an answer later
- If you find that an employee isn’t performing his or her job correctly, don’t attempt to change the behavior on the spot
- Remember, you’re on a fact-finding mission, with the secondary purpose of building rapport
- The method should become a thing you take time to do instead of considering it of a second importance
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) course
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Learner’s Guide
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Key Takeaways Notes
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Essentials Ebook
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Course Handouts
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) 30-Day Action Plan
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) MindMaps Pack
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) PPT Slides Used During Course
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) E-Learning Course
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Online Video Course
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Essentials Audiobook
Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) training course.
We have the following discounts, fundings & subsidies for this Management By Wandering Around (Mbwa) training course
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