Your At-Home Office—Organization Rules!


September 30, 2015 - 2:00 PM


September 30, 2015 - 3:00 PM


9401 Lee Highway, Suite 300, Fairfax, VA 22030   View map

With so many of us working at home all of the time or some of the time, it’s important to have an at-home office that enables us to work smart, efficiently, and effectively. Our clients and employers expect and deserve our best. That means that we need to do quality work within the allotted time, budget, and other constraints. Our performance depends on having an organized at-home office that takes into account the paper, people, products, and processes that are critical to our success—and the success of those who are counting on us.

In this webinar, we will:

  • Explore what some of the experts say about organizing your workspace
  • Identify the key principles and rules for organizing your workspace
  • Apply these principles to creating, maintaining, moving, and closing your at-home office

As a takeaway, you will have a checklist to use to conduct an audit of your at-home office and make the necessary adjustments.




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