Output-focused management is about management based on results. Traditionally, leaders often focus on throughput. Either where does someone work, who is busy and is he/she at the office. This is important in some professions, but nowadays management is increasingly concerned with results. You therefore direct employees to ensure the correct results. And this does not have that much to do with working hours and work location. That is why result-oriented management often goes hand in hand with the transition to The New Way of Working. If your employees are always on the road, you cannot check whether they are actually working. Focussing on results works much better in those situations.
In this online course you will learn how to make the transition to output focused leadership. You learn how it works, which frameworks you can use and what this requires from you and your employees.