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As manager, I spend a lot of time managing people, and in the past this often meant that a lot of things didn't get done. Until I followed this learning journey.

As result-oriented manager, I now first make an agreement with my staff about the results that we want, and then everyone can carry out the required tasks as they see fit. And that works amazingly well!

What's the secret to a good collaboration? How do I create solid agreements with my staff? You'll learn all this during this learning journey!

Online: Result oriented management

I want my team to achieve better results

Result oriented management is based on the idea that employees are naturally motivated and enjoy work and working together when they know exactly what's expected of them. By making making clear agreements, you can boost performance and reach goals. As a manager, you increase the commitment of your people by allowing them to do work they're good at and by making them aware that they make a significant contribution to the result. So what's your role as a manager? Well, it's all about enjoying working together on a shared ambition and getting results. Perhaps you're not (yet) used to looking at results in this manner? Maybe you're wondering if this method of working is a good fit for your organization? There's only one way to find out! From the examples and exercises, choose the ones that apply to you as manager, in your particular situation and use them to your advantage.

  • Theme: Team development and leadership
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Spread out over 2-6 weeks
  • Take a result oriented approach with your team

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Spending too much time managing your employees and not getting around to other jobs? Then this learning journey is for you. You'll learn how to manage employees in a way that they'll feel responsible for the results you've agreed on. This is efficient and effective, and allows you to concentrate on the things that really matter. As leader, you set the goals and priorities and make the required resources available: time, money, and capacity. The employee contributes his or her time, knowledge, and skills and specifies under what conditions he or she can deliver the required result. With this, he or she takes personal responsibility for achieving that result.

The exercises in this course concentrate on the management processes that lead to result oriented management. You'll practice with the different stages to get a grip on the entire process, one step at a time. Changing the way you think and how you do things takes practice. The more you challenge yourself and the more you work on these assignments, the better the outcome will be. And the result of this course on result oriented management? Mastering this contemporary management style and realizing the right results with your people.


You now have an impression of the learning journey. Would you like to continue learning? Do you want to give yourself a boost? Then let's get started.


Meet the master

Our online courses are written by our "masters." Each one of them is an expert in their field, and they all have many years of experience. Among them you'll find trainers, psychologists, coaches, authors, etc.

Petra Sevinga is the master behind this course. Petra has been writing, giving courses, and speaking about management and everything it involves for many years.

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