PEPⓇPersonal Efficiency Program
18/06/2020 @ 14:00 - 18/06/2020 @ 15:30
Pendl & Piswanger | InterSearch Romania is introducing
PEPⓇPersonal Efficiency Program.
PEPⓇPersonal Efficiency Program is a bridge between the human behaviour and the changing work environment.
It combines efficiency following WORK PRINCIPLES, with INDIVIDUAL COACHING AND CONSULTING sessions, focusing on:
Developing efficient working habits < Work systems organization < Work planning.
They offer for the CCE-R members a complimentary interactive 90 minutes webinar that will provide the main principles of this program, allowing the companies to:
- overcome the stress they may face during the working schedule,
- understand how they may use this program for their team,
- increase productivity of their business,
- change working behaviours and attitudes towards working effectively.
In addition, each participant will have the opportunity to take the Personal Work Profile that will reveal the working habits and the time consumption for different areas in his/her activity.
Main topics addressed during the webinar:
- Challenges of the current working environment,
- Symptoms of the overload,
- Work habits.
Who should attend: CEOs, Business owners, CFOs, HR Directors, PMOs
Date and time of the webinar: Thursday, June 18, 2020; 14:00 - 15:30
Language of presentation: Romanian
The confirmations of participation should be sent until June 15, to firstname.lastname@example.org. All participants will receive the connection link via email, in due time.
Our promise: Following the PEPⓇ steps and solutions, each participant gains more than 1 hour per day through efficiency optimization, which generates an investment return of 52% over 3 months, already proven by the companies that have adopted this style of work and have integrated it into their organizational climate. In 2019, more than 5000 participants in Europe saved over 1.750.000 hours of working. Your employees could earn more time too if they are guided by the proper method and with an individualized approach.