Eliminate Chaos at Work: Simple Strategies for Managing Electronic and Paper Information
Do you have difficulties retrieving information stored electronically or on paper?
Is your workspace disorganized and distracting?
The level of organization in your office directly translates to your bottom line. The more systems you have in place to manage information – electronic or on paper, the more productive you will be. Learn simple strategies you can implement immediately in your office to take control of your office and make your workplace work for you.
This program is based on Laura’s book:
Imagine...More Accomplished...In Less Time...With Less Stress
• Discover the four components of an organized office
• Save hours each month by using three or more simple Outlook e-mail techniques you will wish you knew years ago (Outlook 2016 or 2013 will be used)
• Explore various file naming conventions for digital files and how using consistent “naming conventions” will save you and others in your organization time and money
• Learn the PAPERS™ method and realize why you need more than one paper management system in your office
• Understand what a “Daily Action Center” is and how you can create and incorporate one into your office
• Receive a high-level overview of an online password management system and why you need to start using one
Audiences: Corporations, Conventions, Conferences, Associations and Small Businesses
Program Length: 60 or 90 minutes
Outlook Versions: This program will be taught using Microsoft Outlook 2016 or 2013.
Investment: Please contact our office at the numbers below for an estimate or proposal.
Microsoft® Outlook® Programs
Microsoft Outlook Productivity Hacks*
*A specific sub-set of the “Results” listed for the program: Increase Your Productivity Using Microsoft Outlook
Increase Your Productivity Using Microsoft Outlook*
*All of the “Results” listed for the program: Microsoft Outlook Productivity Hacks
"Thank you for your contribution to the Administrative Assistant’s Conference. From my perspective, your presence, demeanor and skill contributed to a higher caliber conference than would have been possible without you."
- Emily McGrath, Director of Professional Development – PNAIS (Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools)
"Laura Leist provided our members with common sense techniques on how to organize one’s business and personal life in these times of avalanches of information. We are very appreciative and recommend her a speaker and workshop facilitator."
- Bill Vadino, Executive Director – Kirkland Chamber of Commerce