"We live in the era of endless and it is a game-changer for professional organizers", notes award-winning organizer and industry-futurist Judith Kolberg, who will be conducting the teleclasses. Endless information, endless interruption, endless availability and endless work bump up against the one thing that remains finite: time. Organizing in the era of endless requires professional organizers to learn new skills and leverage traditional ones to best serve their clients and stay at the top of their trade.
Class 1 – June 14, 7:30pm – 8:30pm ET/ 4:30pm – 5:30pm PT
Organizing in the Era of Endless Information:
This teleclass will address the organizing impact of the availability of endless information including inundation, the rise of new classes of information, the challenge of achieving closure, and the e-hoarding phenomenon. New concepts, methods and approaches for organizing in the era of endless information will presented including The New Done, utilization of human and machine filters, personal information retention, the Law of Diminishing Return, and mitigation of e-hoarding.
Class 2 – June 21, 7:30pm – 8:30pm ET/ 4:30pm – 5:30pm PT
Organizing in the Era of Endless Interruption:
This teleclass will address the changing nature of ‘interruption', the difference between interruption and distraction, and the effects of task incompletion. New concepts, methods and approaches will be presented that include understanding and planning for POP (Potential/Opportunity and Possibility), the Progress Principle, and optimizing task completion.
Class 3 – June 28, 7:30pm – 8:30pm ET/ 4:30pm – 5:30pm PT
Organizing in the Era of Endless Work and Endless Availability
This teleclass will address the organizing implications of a society where the 40-hour work week is rapidly becoming the new part time even as personal productivity rises. The benefits and challenges of technologically-enabled constant availability are also discussed. New concepts, methods and approaches for organizing in an era of endless work and availability are presented such as measuring personal productivity, the Leisure Dividend, Triaging, and preventing time theft.
Each one-hour class includes:
Class registration is limited
- Handout and 15 minutes of Q&A
- Resource List
- Audio Recording of the class
- Certificate of Attendance (This class is likely eligible for CPO® CEUs)
JK1033 -- $149.00 (no S&H)
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