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11 November, 10.00am, GMT
9 December, 10.00am, GMT
£35 + VAT
When it comes to managing your time, my delegates from previous classes have mentioned every system you can imagine. You might recognise a few: email inbox, flagging everything that moves, Calendar reminders that eat away at your soul, Excel/Word lists, our head, Asana, Trello, day books with colour coding that only you understand, to do lists on a piece of paper, Post It Notes (I’m joking, nobody uses post it notes for work).
Whilst all the above have value, one challenge is having too many things in too many pots. The result? We may miss something important. Not because we don’t care but because things overlap and slip through the cracks (except fun stuff).
✔ Setting up your Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar
✔ Why you should never ever flag
✔ Adding simple and complex Tasks
✔ Shortcuts galore
✔ Recurring Tasks
✔ An introduction to Categories
For Part II of of this webinar click HERE.
I have been training office professionals for over 15 years. For the last six years I have been voted the UK’s Best PA trainer. I am a Microsoft Certified Trainer and a Microsoft Office Specialist Master.
I have trained delegates from over 4000 companies in more than 80 countries around the world. And now I’ll be training you at your desk!
“Highly recommended! A webinar full of hints and tips, as it progressed my mind was buzzing with how much more organised I was going to be, I feel less stressed already. Categories are king!” Emma Murphy – Derivco
“The webinars proved short, sharp and effective. Great bite-size teaching sessions to learn new skills when time is of the essence. I would repeat them all again as the sessions are packed with useful tips and effective working practices-thank you.” Natasha Webster – CIOB
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