It's a role full of challenges. I am contributing to the future of APG and working on assignments such as reorganization trajectories, process and chain optimizations, continuous improvement management, operational management or change projects, and formulating vision and strategy. I do this for the IT company, but also occasionally APG-wide.
I often coach and support a department and the team leader in the process of discovering potential for improvement and achieving improvement goals. This means teaching employees to recognize opportunities for improvement and how to deal with them effectively. That's when latent talents often come to the surface. People can often achieve more than they think they are capable of; they come to realize this when they are given the space to do it and actually take that space. And that is also how we view development at APG — if you know what you want, you will often get the chance to make it happen. This is typical of the development opportunities in our company and it's something that motivates me on a daily basis. There is nothing quite as exciting as seeing people discover their talents and find joy in their work.