Some people spend their whole life dreaming of being fit. Others decide on their goal, and do everything they can to get there. They change the way they eat, visit the gym five days a week, take the stairs instead of the lift and ensure they’re on the move all day.

In the workplace, having an outcome-oriented mindset makes you focused on a desired result and helps you achieve your target, as you put in more effort into the task. Learn how to organize and evaluate work by the results it drives and strengthen your leadership qualities.

Thrive Skills are an essential set of cognitive, social and behavioral skills to enable our learners to continuously succeed, at every stage of their career.

Outcome Orientation is when a person focuses on the desired results instead of the process or efforts that it takes to get there. It is the mindset that nothing else matters other than achieving the result. An outcome oriented culture will reward employees based on performance indicators instead of seniority or loyalty.

Outcome Orientation means that the job will get done regardless of any hurdles or setbacks that may come in the way. It is an important skill to have since it ensures that all the decisions a person makes are focused on the end result, the desired outcome.

An outcome oriented culture is all about achieving the desired end result. In such a culture there is no place to sit and ponder about a setback or failure. An outcome oriented culture promotes tremendous growth and gives opportunities for employees to prove their grit and determination. Such a culture does not shy away from investing in extra resources to achieve the desired outcome that they have set their eyes upon.

A person who has mastered the skill of Outcome Orientation is a highly beneficial asset for any organization. Such a person remains focused and learns from failures instead of giving up on the project altogether. Outcome Orientation ensures a person’s growth in an organization since they’re easily recognizable, immensely focused and constantly on the hunt for their next challenge. Such people also make great leaders.

Harappa programs that focus on Outcome Orientation as a Thrive Skill are the First Time Manager Program and the Inspiring Faculty Program.

Other Thrive Skills under LEAD are Managerial Courage, Growing Others, Leading High Performance, Driving Inclusion, Giving Actionable Feedback and Commercial Acumen.

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