Do you waste time looking for emails, memos or reports? Do you have a reputation for losing things at work? If you can't find a document you are looking for instantly, your office needs organising. If the stacks of paper on your desk are giving customers or managers the wrong impression, this is worth sorting out.
Clear your desk and organise your professional life
The more organised you are, the easier it will be to manage multiple projects and deadlines without the stress. Talane will provide simple and practical tips for organising office clutter and streamlining your professional life. In this webinar you will learn some simple strategies you can apply immediately to your home, office and your life to get and stay organised whether you are mildly or wildly disorganised. We won't be talking about gadgets or storage units, but looking at the organising process itself so you can map out a personal plan of action that works every time.
Talane Miedaner, owner and founder of LifeCoach.com and The Coaching Directory, has gained international prominence as a professional coach by guiding thousands of people to find wealth, success, and happiness. As a leader in the cutting-edge field of personal coaching, Talane helps people restructure their lives to easily attract the opportunities they want. Her company works with executives, public officials, entrepreneurs, and business owners around the world in person, by phone, and online. She has also recently been appointed as Adjunct Professor for Georgetown University's Institute for Transformational Leadership and Coaching in Washington.
Talane leads numerous seminars nationally and internationally, and has taught at CoachU where she received training as a professional coach. She is the author of the audio program 'Irresistible Attraction: A Way of Life', and is the internationally best-selling book, 'Coach Yourself to Success: 101 Tips from a Personal Coach for Reaching Your Goals at Life and in Work' (McGraw-Hill) and 'The Secret Laws of Attraction' (McGraw-Hill) and 'Coach Yourself to a New Career' (McGraw-Hill, 2010).