Anybody noticing that constantly more time is needed, who has too much to do and wishes to improve the situation. Anybody receiving too much emails and who works in a group or team. In principle PEP® is suitable for all frequently processing lots of information flows. Also think of individuals having high work pressure, lack of time and those having to set their own priorities. The training is further more very effective in supporting:
- reorganisations and removals
- clarifying unpractical working methods and obstacles
- groups starting to cooperate in a merger and coming from different backgrounds
- introduction of flexible workplaces and FLEX working
A permanent change in working behaviour by improving working attitude resulting in a more structured information control (paper as well as digital), improved setting of priorities, living up to appointments, planning and a faster decision taking. A good overview of the activities and an improved internal and external cooperation and stress release.
Typical to PEP® is the simplicity and the practical approach. The better part of the training will take place at the workplace. There are two group sessions and four individual follow-up sessions at the workplace. To achieve a long lasting result the program stretches over a period of three to five months. The direct investment of time will be around fourteen hours per student. The student will also spend a number of hours performing in-between tasks always directly related to the job of the student. If necessary we can remain in contact with a student by email or phone in the mean time.
Group session with an introduction to the PEP® principles covering working attitudes
and the work systems
and setting the personal goals. Subjects such as: reduction of delay, control over email and other information flows and the lay out of the desk and of the (digital) archive.
Group session with an introduction to the PEP® principles covering work planning
. Subjects such as: task and time management, short term versus long term planning, proactive control over the agenda and efficient use of digital tools like Outlook, GroupWise and Lotus Notes.
Step 3 en 4:
Individual visits to the workplace of about one hour. Subjects such as: archiving, handling of email and digital information, task analysis, set up of and live by a work planning, clearly communicating, handling of interruptions and the development of a proactive working attitude. The progress the student has made in achieving the goals will be reviewed and discussed. There will be an exchange of experiences and constructive ideas. With this the coach will support and assist in achieving the expected changes. The achievements will be noted with a short final plenary session.