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Creating Results-Driven Culture of

How can we define a results-driven culture vs a traditional business model? What are the benefits? Business leaders everywhere are changing the way they manage their employees. Rather than the traditional “over your shoulder” management style of years past, employees are given new freedoms to manage themselves in the micro, as leadership’s focus shifts to a more results-oriented approach. Even outside the new world of telecommuting and remote employment, a greater number of traditional brick & mortar businesses are beginning to adopt these same strategies– and for good reason. When executed correctly, a results-oriented business model can bring significant returns. But what does it look like? What are the steps one takes in establishing it? Usild Coaches, will  introduce you to what they believe are the requisite ingredients that go into any successful results-oriented work culture.

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Program Description:

This course provides a comprehensive exploration of the mission, vision, and goals of an organization, principles of customer relationship management, strategies for problem solving and decision making, and the concepts of efficiency and effectiveness in the workplace. Participants will develop the skills and knowledge required to analyze organizational goals, build strong customer relationships, make effective decisions, and optimize work processes.

Who Should Attend?

Are you an employee who is not currently in a position of leadership, but who wants to be in the future? Or have you been identified as a potential leader, and anticipate moving into a leadership position within the next 5 years? Then this course is for you!

Level: Foundation

Tuition: $629.00

Credits: 0.6 CEU's

Class Formats:

This course is currently being offered in the following training modalities:

  • Online

    • Virtual Instructor-Led

      • Class Length: This class is listed as a 1-day course.

    • In-Person

    • On-Campus

    • At Your Location

Learning Outcomes:

  • Analyze the mission, vision, and goals of an organization.

  • Apply key principles in customer relationship management.

  • Analyze strategies for problem solving and decision making.

  • Compare the concepts of efficiency and the effectiveness of work.

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