Are you still using MS Outlook like most other people in most other companies? Just for emails and meetings?
Our research shows that Outlook users can be wasting as much as 40 minutes every single day (that’s one month per year) – not because they are stupid or lazy, but just because they do not yet know the tips, tricks and techniques of how to use it as a business productivity tool, helping them to change a chaotic Inbox into orderly, visible and actionable items.
If you would like to improve your productivity, bring your laptop for a half-day hands-on-the-keyboard workshop. You will work on your laptop in your Outlook environment in real time and leave the workshop with your new system implemented. We keep the group limited in size so you can get the individual attention you need to get the most from your experience.
This workshop enables you to apply time-proven principles and methods of working more effectively and efficiently in the technology you are already familiar – MS Outlook.
Upon completion you will be able to:
- Save up to 40 minutes every day.
- Create and maintain a calm and productive mind.
- Deal with email proactively rather than reactively.
- Apply the “Map For Action: From Chaos To Order” methodology in your own Outlook.
- Decrease levels of uncertainty and stress.
- Be more organised and in control of things.
- Use functions in Outlook that you are not even aware of now.
- Work with improved focus: Minimise interruptions and distractions – both digitally and physically.
- Finish what you start – no more energy-sapping “open loops”.
- Align your actions with your priorities.
- Use Outlook as one of your most important business productivity tools.
- Apply basic email etiquette to your correspondence
Note: This workshop can be facilitated in-house. Get in touch with Dunne to find out more.
DATE: Wednesday March 20, 2019
VENUE: Campbell House, 2 Campbell Road, Waverley, Johannesburg
TIME: 8:00am for 8:30am until 1:30pm
COST: R3500 excl vat
Duncan Hattingh’s industrial engineering background and his love of the “ooh” and “aahhh” moments when people learn a really cool trick in MS Outlook, are his inspiration and motivation in helping people use technology in ways that make them more productive. Duncan has helped more than 15 000 people from more than 320 organisations (including 67 of the Top 500 Best Managed Companies in South Africa) achieve higher levels of productivity by using Outlook more effectively.