Date: February 16, 2017
Moderator: Vanessa Meihaus
Speaker: Randall Dean
Tracks: General or Core Programs; Information Technology; Library Management
In part two of our series on productivity, Randy Dean delves into Microsoft Outlook-specific strategies for several of the most common areas of productivity loss (and possible gain!) afflicting many busy professionals today: managing multiple projects and tasks, maintaining traction when dealing with tasks and interruptions, clearing the clutter in your mind for better focus, keeping staff on task, tracking “who owes you what” and getting that information on time, and improving your time/relationship management by improving your calendar and contacts management. Randy will revisit some key tips from December’s “Taming the E-mail Beast” webinar, too, providing Outlook users with a full set of skills in all five of the main Outlook functions: e-mail, calendar, contacts, tasks, and notes, for better time, people, project, and information management.