Why does being results-oriented is essential?
Being results-oriented means you are focused on completing specific tasks to achieve an already-planned outcome. People who are goal-oriented are driven and motivated by purpose. Also known as being task-driven or results-driven, someone who is goal-oriented uses targets to stay motivated in their work. By doing this, they can achieve their desired goals faster and more efficient than others.
Each member of VSHR is always encouraged to challenge themselves at different levels with a commitment to efficiency to optimize mental strength and aim for excellence.
2 tips we recommend you have result- oriented mindset:
1. Find an accountability partner
The first way to stay focused on your tasks is to get an accountability partner to help you. Here at VSHR, accountability partner can be anyone including supervisors or even the founder! We consider working together with a coworker, friend or family member to track each other’s progress and help motivate one another. Make a habit of quickly checking in with your accountability partner each day so you can update them on your progress or boost your motivation to keep working toward your goals.
2. Ask for constructive feedback
You ask your leaders to improve your goal-oriented approach by discussing task-completion processes and time-management methods. Discover what your coworkers or other professionals use, including the habits they cultivate and the processes they follow. Consider implementing one of their strategies to further refine your process to become a more productive, goal-oriented employee.
At VSHR, you will have meetings every week to get feedback on your long-term goals and the steps you’ve outlined to achieve. You can even provide us feedback on our goal strategies and perhaps find a new, objective perspective on your own.
Source: Indeed, May 2021