By Beth Armknecht Miller, president and executive coach at Executive Velocity, Inc.
One of my clients recently returned from the Baptist Leadership Conference, and during his management meeting he was reporting back on his learnings from the conference and what he intended on implementing.
As he ran down the list there was one technique that is so easy to implement and when done effectively, can provide a leadership team with valuable information. The technique is “Rounding with a Purpose,” and I wanted to share it with the Overdrive readers. In essence, it takes the traditional “Management by Walking Around” and develops a structure using questions that are thought out in advance, and that which are based on the current challenges management is facing.