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From Overloaded to In Control - Electronic and Paper Organization

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Name: From Overloaded to In Control - Electronic and Paper Organization
Date: May 11, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM CDT
Event Description:
Do you struggle finding email messages or papers you’ve filed? Do you feel overwhelmed with incoming email? Attend this session and learn ways to:
• Organize your email, electronic files, and paper folders
• Process incoming email
• Use email tools to do the work for you
You will hear simple and practical tips and techniques to apply in your office and home. Participants will leave with knowledge to better organize information, control their Inbox, and utilize email features.
About the Presenter:
Nancy Kruschke, Certified Professional Organizer (CPO®), Successful Organizing Solutions

Nancy is a Certified Professional Organizer®, productivity consultant, coach, professional speaker, and published author. Since 1987, utilizing the Organize 360° ApproachTM, she works with individuals, solopreneurs, and businesses of all sizes using a combination of consulting, coaching, and training techniques to assist them in increasing efficiency, effectiveness, productivity and reducing stress.
She partners with her clients to assess current productivity tools, information processes, and environments. And helps them design and implement customized solutions for managing tasks, controlling information, and calming the environment.


Catered lunch is provided
Location:

Tingalls Graphic Design, LLC

2939 South Fish Hatchery Road

#100

Fitchburg, WI 53711

Date/Time Information:

Thu, May 11, 2017

12:00 PM – 1:15 PM CDT

Contact Information:
Phone: 268-5525
Fees/Admission:
This event is FREE for one Tingalls Graphic Design client to attend and $25 for additional attendees. This event is also open to the public for $25 per seat.
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