Step Five, Phase Four of Half-Retirement©

Our Half-Retirement© program consists of 6 results-oriented steps.  The fifth step in our program is Setting the Autopilot.  Phase four of this step is Management by Walking Around.

Management by Walking Around (MBWA) is a style of business management.  It involves the owner walking around throughout the workplace to check on the status of ongoing work, communication, employee morale and productivity.  By random sampling of events or employee discussions, it is more likely to facilitate operational and managerial improvements.

MBWA, properly implemented, sends a positive message to those responsible for your organization’s success–your team members. It demonstrates your interest in them as individuals and in the work they do.  And it also permits you to stay in touch with the pulse of your organization while conveying a positive example of leadership.

Our next blog will cover Step 6 – Enjoy Half-Retirement© to creating your Half-Retirement© blueprint.  If you would like to speak with us about our Half-Retirement© program or have a business question or issues you would like to discuss, please feel free to reach out to us via our website Contact page.

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