Eliminate Paper Chaos
Imagine...More Accomplished...In Less Time...With Less Stress
Do you pile instead of file?
Do you have a difficult time trying to find information when you need it?
Do you have piles of papers on your desk that need to be organized or eliminated?
Do you have multiple places where you store the same documents?
One of the biggest challenges employees face at work is "how" to organize the daily paper flow so that it is easily retrievable. It's not just about putting documents in folders, it's about creating a system for individuals, within departments, or companywide that give employees access to information when they need it. For many, setting up a process and systems to handle the daily flow of information is not their area of expertise, but with an understanding of basic principles, employees can learn about the different systems they can incorporate into their daily activities to maintain organization within their paper workflow.
What You Will Learn
What the three paper management systems are that every office needs
Laura's PAPERS(TM) method that you can use each day to help process the paper flow in your office
Simple, yet highly effective ways to create a system based on the way you process information
Guidelines for how long information needs to be kept
10 tips for effective paper management
Benefits for straight-line filing
How to set up your filing structure so you can 'retrieve" files and information quickly
Recommendations for the most effective filing products
Audiences: Corporations, Conventions, Conferences, Associations and Small Businesses
Program Length: 60 or 90 minutes
Investment: Please contact our office or call us at 425.670.2551 or 877.342.8592.
Client Testimonial: "Thank you for a very practical and realistic approach. I appreciate the fact that you did not sugar coat the issue." - Alan Haywood, City of Issaquah
"You should work at a spa! Your voice was very calming. It was like I took a nap, but learned at the same time!"
- Kelly Anderson, City of Lynnwood, Parks & Recreation
"I really enjoyed the seminar. I learned a lot of techniques and new ideas for getting our papers organized. I'm motivated to get going on it!" - Renee Emerson