The hosts of the podcasts are nationally recognized productivity consultants Shawn Kershaw of Shawn Kershaw, Inc. and K.J. McCorry of Officiency, Inc. Together they bring you five tips in an engaging, humorous and motivating manner so that you can get started being more productive, organized and efficient in your office.
(The podcasts are downloadable as mp3 files)
Tracking Usernames and Passwords
Learn tips on how to organize and find username and passwords.
Managing and Minimizing
Tips on how to manage interruptions in the workplace.
Get Tasks Done
Tips on how to manage tasks and task lists.
Finding Files Again-Search Techniques on Your Computer
Learn tips on how to find files and documents on your computer.
Tips to Use in Outlook Calendar
Learn additional features in Outlook calendar to improve efficiency.
Turning Piles into Files
Tips on developing a paper filing system.
Choosing the Right Tool to Track Your Task List
Tips on choosing a tool, whether paper or electronic, to track action items and tasks.
Face to Face Time with Administrative
Tips on planning meeting time with administrative assistants.
Using Windows Explorer More Effectively
Tips on how to use Windows Explorer to organize and retrieve electronic documents.
Tips on how to manage incoming paper and the best ways to organize the paper before taking action.
Using Outlook 2007
Tips on the functionality of Microsoft Outlook 2007.
Take Time To Read
Tips on how to get to that stack of reading material.
Tips on how to manage incoming emails.
Tips for managers on how to delegate effectively.
Powerful Meeting Facilitation
Tips on conducting and facilitating meetings.
Organizing Your Computer Desktop
Information on ways to organize your computer desktop.
Going Paperless in Your Office
Simple ways to reduce the paper in your office.
Leaving Good Voicemail Messages
How using the SIMPLE voicemail technique can improve leaving more effective and concise voicemail messages.
Using the 80/20 Principle to be More Efficient
How the 80/20 Principle can be used to improve efficiency and productivity.
Tips on how to reduce and manage post-it notes in your office.
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