Effective Personal Productivity

Most of us use less than 10% of our true potential. At the heart of all achievement you will find productive people practicing effective behaviors. None of us are born with behaviors that are 100% effective. We all learn by trial and error, and some learn from those experiences faster than others. Another challenge is our past conditioning. We all come to the workplace with different past conditioning; some good, some bad. Locked behind our ingrained habits and attitudes lie vast reserves of unused potential. The question is how do you develop that unused potential.

Organizations improve when people make effective changes. CRI's Effective Personal Productivity ® (EPP) addresses the gap between current performance and the future potential of people. The EPP is more than a training program; it is a development process. Knowledge-based training has little influence in changing habits and attitudes that have been developed over years of past conditioning. Effective behaviors are developed in the same way as they were acquired, through a development process.

The EPP develops effective behaviors in:

  • Time Management
  • Personal Initiative
  • Accountability
  • Leadership Style
  • Communication
  • Identifying High-Payoff Activities
  • Measuring Personal Productivity

The EPP is a six lesson, self paced program designed to be used as a complete process. However, you may choose to access a specific lesson from the program for a specific need or access the entire program. The following is the Table of Contents for the EPP.

Table of Contents:

The Nature of Productivity
Goals Achievement through Time Management
Increasing Productivity through Controlling Priorities
Improving Productivity through Communication
Empowering the Team
Increasing Productivity of the Team

An effective learning technique employed in this program is spaced repetition - the learning technique that gives you a head start in establishing effective habits. Listen to the lesson a minimum of six times, preferably once a day for six days, before proceeding to the next lesson. At least once, read the text as you listen.

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