Creating a results-focused culture doesn’t mean you should begin by sourcing results-oriented candidates. It should start with clearly defining the results you want, and then finding the right people to help you get there.
To create a results-focused culture within your company, you will need buy-in and support from both managers and employees. You may have to make a shift in the mindset at your company, and create a professional development plan that supports it.
We often see that inputs -> outputs -> outcomes -> results, but let’s take a different approach and work backward. That’s right…start by focusing on the difference a results-focused culture will make on your organization and work toward what your organization will do and/or invest to get those results.