Far more than 95% of Microsoft Outlook users are using the tool incorrectly. This 1-hour online session teaches how to use it as it was designed to be used; not just as an email, calendar and contacts management tool (as most use it), but rather as the world's most advanced personal productivity tool. Attendees of this online session experience a minimum of 4 weeks per year gained back each year thereafter from pure productivity gain.
After having worked extensively for 15 years in corporate/enterprise environments throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia, It has become a personal mission of founder and senior consultant Jason Henkel to inform people about the damage Microsoft Outlook can inflict when not used as it was designed to be used by Bill Gates and his team. It effects the individual and therefore the team and therefore the organization in whole. The blizzard is the fault of every snowflake. It is time to learn how to use Outlook as it was designed.
How did you learn to use Microsoft Outlook? Was it from your first manager, the person sitting in the cubicle next to you at your first job, or a friend/acquaintance early in your career? The point is, the chances are, you were taught early on how to use Outlook by an individual who was entirely missing the boat and now you trying to drink from a firehose of an inbox making it impossible to get out in front of your workload and maintain balance. It's time to learn how to use Outlook as it was designed to be used as the world’s most advanced personal productivity tool.
If you are a user of Microsoft Outlook (regardless of your job title, role, or seniority),
then this will be one of the most meaningful trainings you will ever take at any price point.
Think about it; what business tool do you touch more than Outlook?
Is it worth 1 hour of your time to finally learn how to use the tool as it was designed to be used?
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