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Organize Your Work Day In No Time Paperback – April 15, 2005
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Do ever you feel like you live at the office instead of your house? Do your coworkers see you more often than your spouse? Take back your workday and your life! "Organize Your Work Day In No Time" will show you how to use your work time more efficiently through simple time management and organization techniques. Author and professional organizer K.J. McCorry" will show you how to organize paper and electronic files, deal with e-mail overload, use contact software to its full potential and structure and easy-to-follow action less to become more efficient while you're at work. You will also have access to downloadable shopping lists, worksheets, to-do lists and other helpful information to help you get and stay organized. Get more done in less time and get more time at home and away from work with the expert help of "Organize Your Work Day In No Time."
About the Author
Organize Your Work Day In No Time About the Author
K.J. McCorry is the president and founder of Officiency, Inc., a professional productivity and efficiency consulting company based in Boulder, Colorado, since 1996. Officiency, Inc., specializes in development of paper and electronic office systems for individuals and companies. Ms. McCorry's unique talents in designing systems and coaching individuals in organizational skills make her a leading productivity specialist. Her work in office process simplification has been recognized nationally in the New York Times; in the International Herald Tribune; in Mobility Magazine; and with TV and radio appearances including the Do It Yourself Network and The Peter Boyles Show. Ms. McCorry received her bachelor's degree in psychology and international business from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado. She is currently working on her master's in business from the University of Denver. She has been actively involved in the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), currently serving on the Certification Committee. She is the former national Public Relations Chairperson and also served for the Colorado chapter as the Professional Development Chair. She is an advocate of corporate social and environmental responsibility and has served on the board of the Colorado Chapter for Business for Social Responsibility, has served as president of P3 (People, Planet, Profit) of Colorado, and currently serves on the board of the Colorado Sustainable and Environmental Business Association. For more information about Officiency, Inc., consulting services, visit http://www.officiency.com.
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More About the Author
I have a varied background in business from being an intercultural trainer, operations manager and business owner. In the early 1990 s I lived in Japan and Southeast Asia. I worked and trained Japanese businesses in language and cross-cultural issues. Upon returning to the United States, I worked as a consultant for Prudential Intercultural providing corporate intercultural seminars for Fortune 500 companies. I am the former operations manager for LiveChai, Inc, a small natural foods manufacturing company that was based out of Boulder, Colorado. My Bachelors is in Psychology and International Business from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado. I have my Masters in Business from the University of Denver.
I feel it is important to be involved in your community and I have had the privilege to serve on many boards including; Past President for P3: People, Planet Profits- a business organization committed to social responsibility business practices (www.p3colorado.org); Professional Development Chair for Colorado Chapter for the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) (www.napocolorado.org); Public Relations Chairperson and Job Task Analysis Chair for the Certification Committee for the NAPO (www.napo.net); and currently the Treasurer for Extra's for Education (www.extrasforeducation.org) a unique re-use program for office supplies, equipment and furniture donated to local area schools.
Top Customer Reviews
With this book, you can form a new organizing habit in 21 days by tackling things in "small chunks".
Best tip: Train your mind to clean up before you move on to another task.
"Creating the Perfect File System" and
"Using your Contact Software to Its Full Potential"
I am going to start with the email chapter and see if i can't get rid of some of these 1,000 emails in my inbox-ughhhh
This book caught my eye because my work style is very disorganized.
My email clutters up, my contacts are not in any categories and I am so tired of dealing with all the paper work by the time 5 p.m. comes that I am too tired to go home and clean anything at all.
I really need this book. I hope I can follow through with all these suggestions.
I have decided to take one chapter a month.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The technology references are little outdated, but this book is full of great ideas. The author excels at giving the reader strategies that are practical and have an immediate... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Aurora in RI
I liked the processes of organizing, however many things require updating. Technology has changed and many of the websites in the book are obsolete or no longer a site. Read morePublished on November 3, 2013 by nancy rivera