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Getting It Done While Getting Along: How to Overcome Your Co-Workers' Poor Habits

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Overview

"Never attribute to malice what could be explained by stupidity." R. Hanlon

Today's workplace is often filled with needless hassles, interruptions and time-wasters, mostly caused by two things: 

  • people don't know better
  • they are not held accountable. 

A special presentation for Administrative Professionals week, this webcast can help you have more time and less hassle in your day by exposing and problem solving several common productivity issues and bad habits often found in today's work environment. 

What You Will Learn

  • How to lessen your irritation caused by other’s poor habits/etiquette
  • Overcoming poor office etiquette habits
  • How to avoid bad email etiquette habits
  • Four poor phone etiquette habits
  • Eliminating unproductive meeting habits

While attending this program is FREE, reservations are required.

Your Questions Answered!

During the live program we received dozens of questions, yet we were only able to answer a few during the program hour. Medlock has been kind enough to answer the rest on her blog: http://kimberlymedlock.wordpress.com/.

About the Presenters

Kimberly Medlock is a speaker, trainer, coach, and author of What NOT to Do at the Office. Known as the productivity expert, she is a member of the National Speakers Association, a board-certified professional organizer, and a Microsoft Outlook specialist.  She teaches time management and organization and their profound impact on all aspects of personal and professional lives.

 

Related Seminars

For additional training on this topic, consider these AMA seminars:

Organizing Your Work: New Techniques for Administrative Professionals
Tackle the tougher job challenges of today’s workplace with new organizational skills.

 
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