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Take Back Your Life!: Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 to Get Organized and Stay Organizedby Sally Mcghee
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Learn how to take control of your inbox—and your time. Now you can get two popular books on Office Outlook 2007—filled with essential, easy-to-follow guidance for improving your time-management skills and productivity—in one value-packed toolkit.
Begin by building and practicing the skills you need with Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Step by Step. This tutorial teaches you how to send e-mail, schedule meetings, organize tasks, and manage your communications—one step at a time. You’ll work at your own pace through easy-to-follow lessons and hands-on practice files.
Take Back Your Life!: Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 to Get Organized and Stay Organized takes you to the next level—by sharing proven time-management techniques to help restore your work-life balance. Learn how to take control of the unrelenting e-mail and conflicting commitments—and rebalance your home and work priorities—using Office Outlook 2007. This toolkit also includes a quick reference poster for managing workflow from McGhee Productivity Solutions, and a companion CD with practice files, templates, and other resources.
For customers who purchase an ebook version of this title, instructions for downloading the CD files can be found in the ebook.
Book News Annotation:
This is not a book on how to use software, but, rather, on how to work efficiently in the context of the computerized world. Productivity consultants McGhee and Wittry offer this resource for people in any business, school, or home context who want to clear the clutter, be more productive, and establish a better life-work balance. That's a big order, but they've broken it down. After a chapter on 10 beliefs that limit productivity, they delve into the matters of defining productivity, understanding objectives, and then creating and using an integrated management system. Identifying pitfalls and common misuses of time and systems, they address detail the efficient use of e-mail, calendars, and files and folders for a reference system--all in the interests of planning, decision-making, and workflow handling. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Take control of the unrelenting e-mail, conflicting commitments, and endless interruptions—and take back your life! In this popular book updated for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, productivity experts Sally McGhee and John Wittry show you how to reclaim what you thought you’d lost forever—your work-life balance. Now you can benefit from McGhee Productivity Solutions’ highly-regarded corporate education programs, learning simple but powerful techniques for rebalancing your personal and professional commitments using Outlook 2007.
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About the Author
A recognized thought leader and innovator in the field of productivity management, Sally McGhee has trained thousands of people in the corporate environment. She has more than 25 years experience as a consultant and an executive coach, and is the founder and CEO of McGhee Productivity Solutions.
Table of Contents
AcknowledgmentsWho Is This Book For?Laying the Foundation for Productivity— Using an Integrated Management SystemChapter 1: Changing Your Approach Changes Your ResultsChapter 2: Defining ProductivityChapter 3: Creating an Integrated Management SystemCreating an Integrated Management System—The Collecting PhaseChapter 4: Setting Up Your Collecting SystemChapter 5: Successfully Managing InterruptionsChapter 6: Clearing the MindCreating an Integrated Management System—The Processing and Organizing PhaseChapter 7: Setting Up Your Action SystemChapter 8: Creating Meaningful ObjectivesChapter 9: Processing and Organizing Categories: (none)Chapter 10: Improving Your Reference SystemChapter 11: Processing and Organizing Your E-MailCreating an Integrated Management System—The Prioritizing and Planning PhaseChapter 12: The Prioritizing and Planning PhaseYou've Read the Book. What's Next?
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