What would happen if you got everyone focused on the end result? What if you could combine all energy around output? What if you could fundamentally shift the focus within your collaborations? After all, as an organization you get what you (implicitly) reward. Too often, however, we see well-meant, but very counterproductive efforts of managers on input and throughput… unfortunately, a lot of efficiency and job satisfaction is then abolished by bad management.
Output management offers you a framework and a way to approach things differently, with a double effect: more efficiency and more employee involvement. It helps you as a leader of a team, a partnership, an organization to direct attention and energy to where it pays off… not for, but together with your colleagues. For example, as a leader you can focus more on giving direction (where to, and why) instead of always having to know how to get there.
And all this topped in our own energetic, human centered Beanmachine way. Go go go
In this 120 'session we give you our most important insights for efficiency and fun: before, during and after your online meeting.
We ask you to bring 1 or 2 concrete situations to the training where you have specifically focused on what and how. We can get started with that in the training!
In this 120 'session you'll get in touch with result-oriented leadership:
... you have a theoretical model (as a tool) and many practical tips that you can use to get started with all your employees in a result-oriented way.
… You are stimulated to fully coach your employees and give feedback instead of telling them what to do.
Channel as much energy as possible to make beautiful things ... if you like to be challenged on the efficiency of your business and collaboration processes, Kris is your man. Until one year ago, he managed a medium-sized internationally operating company and has over 15 years of experience in business and people management. Output management and the underlying principles are deep in his genes, especially in operational environments.
Gunter keeps us awake at Beanmachine when it comes to 'way of working'. With a background in anthropology, combined with years of experience in ICT, he knows the different working methods in service environments very well. In his idiosyncratic way, he interweaves behavioral science, agile and output management for you. And… he just doesn't like giving orders, except to his kids ;-)
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