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Organizational Skills




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Good organizational skills can prove beneficial in many areas of life, including personal and business areas. Organization can increase a person’s general productivity, project management, and can even affect his memory and retention skills. These skills are not acquired overnight – it will take a lot of hard work and practice. But with a little guidance and the right tools, anyone can learn how to stop hunting for missing things and become better organized.

One of the hardest parts about getting organized is going through and getting rid of the things that cause distractions and take up space. When you find yourself among the stacks and piles of stuff and items, it can seem overwhelming. But by taking it one step at a time, and remembering to breathe, you can begin to de-clutter your life and start on the path to successful organization.

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Workshop Objectives

To effectively learn better organization skills, a person must first learn efficient training tools and tips to help him reach his goal. With this help, everyone can take a better look at their current habits and form a new plan to become better organized in life.

  • Examine current habits and routines that are not organized
  • Learn to prioritize your time schedule and daily tasks
  • Determine ways of storing information and supplies
  • Learn to organize personal and workspace
  • Learn to resist procrastination
  • Make plans to stay organized in the future
Course Outline

Module One: Getting Started

  1. Workshop Objectives

Module Two: Remove the Clutter

  1. Just Do it
  2. You Don’t Have to Keep Everything
  3. Three Boxes: Keep, Donate, and Trash
  4. A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place
  5. Case Study

Module Three: Prioritize

  1. Write It Down
  2. Urgent/Important Matrix
  3. Divide Tasks
  4. 80/20 Rule
  5. Case Study

Module Four: Scheduling Your Time

  1. Have a Master Calendar
  2. Setting Deadlines
  3. Remove or Limit the Time Wasters
  4. Coping With Things Outside of Your Control
  5. Case Study

Module Five: To Do Lists

  1. Use a Day Planner
  2. Finish What You Start
  3. Focus on the Important
  4. Do Quick Tasks Immediately
  5. Case Study

Module Six: Paper and Paperless Storage

  1. Find a System that Works for You
  2. Make It Consistent
  3. Make it Time Sensitive
  4. Setting up Archives
  5. Case Study

Module Seven: Organization in Your Work Area

  1. Keeping Items Within Arm’s Reach
  2. Only Have Current Projects on Your Desk
  3. Arranging Your Drawers
  4. Organize to Match Your Workflow
  5. Case Study

Module Eight: Tools to Fight Procrastination

  1. Eat That Frog!
  2. Remove Distractions
  3. Give Yourself a Reward
  4. Break Up Large Tasks
  5. Case Study

Module Nine: Organizing Your Inbox

  1. Setting Delivery Rules
  2. Folder and Message Hierarchy
  3. Deal With Email Right Away
  4. Flag and Highlight Important Items
  5. Case Study

Module Ten: Avoid the Causes of Disorganization

  1. Keeping Everything
  2. Not Being Consistent
  3. Not Following a Schedule
  4. Bad Habits
  5. Case Study

Module Eleven: Discipline is the Key to Stay Organized

  1. Stay Within Your Systems
  2. Learn to Say No
  3. Have Organization Be Part of Your Life
  4. Plan for Tomorrow, Today
  5. Case Study

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

  1. Words from the Wise


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