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Shop Talk | August 5 2020
Title: Microsoft Outlook Productivity Hacks
Guest: Laura Leist

E-mail is a necessary tool in today’s workplace; however, it can be time-consuming to manage. You are guaranteed to save time when you implement the e-mail productivity hacks Laura will share with you. What can you do with an extra hour a week or more? At the end of this program you will be able to immediately implement these hacks AND you just might say: “WOW, I didn’t know I could do that!”

Laura will show us how to:

- Create and use e-mail templates
- Easily answer questions in an email you receive by prefacing your name in front of your comment... no more turning your responses to “red” text!
- Create and use Quick Parts
- Flag an e-mail for follow up so it doesn’t live in your Inbox and you never miss an important deadline (it’s not what you think!)

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About Laura
Imagine immediate improvements in workforce productivity. Listen and watch Laura Leist turn over 20 years of experience into practical learning and fun!

Laura is down-to-earth and translates over two decades of information-technology and productivity consulting experience into fun, interesting and practical presentations.

Laura knows that while most have a desire to be more productive or love the idea of getting organized not everyone knows how or where to begin.

Companies that bring Laura in to speak report significant improvements in employee work habits as a result. Even more important, they see rapid increases in productivity. Everyone leaves her presentations inspired to act and armed with the tools and easy-to-implement processes to succeed.

Laura Leist, MOS, CPO, CRTS
Productivity Specialist™, Speaker, Author
Eliminate Chaos | Office: 425.670.2551 x117 | Cell: 206.250.7669
PRODUCTIVITY & ORGANIZING SERVICES: Residential | Business | Speaking

Aug 5, 2020 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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