WEBINAR: Spend Less Time Working but Get More Done with Peggy Duncan
Thursday, August 23, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (EDT)
Testimonial from Recent Event
"Get Organized” was a fantastic seminar. To be honest, I thought you were going to share very little of your expertise while trying to sell us something. Instead, you went on and on, offering tips, delivering insights. My office is now a different space and results are already showing in concrete manners.
Thank you so much!"
Karina Hatcher, Marketing & PR Specialist
Magnum Group, Inc.
You have to work as if you don’t have seconds to spare, but you could be wasting hours. If you’re experiencing more stress as your job responsibilities increase, and time runs out long before your workload, you’ll have to get organized so you can think. When you start thinking, you’ll plan and prioritize better, becoming more effective and efficient. And once you use technology to pull it all together, more time happens.
- Analyze. Examine how you’re spending the workday and eliminate time wasters.
- Organize. Organize everything around you so you can think.
- Prioritize. Develop laser focus and get the main thing done.
- Systematize. Create and streamline processes for repetitive tasks.
- Computerize. Use the right technology for the job and finish six times quicker.
- Fast Internet access. Wired works best (optional).
- Sound Option: Use the provided toll-based phone number and incur long-distance charges from your phone company. Or choose VoIP and listen via your computer's sound system.
- Recording of any kind is prohibited.
- You'll receive a link to the Webinar the morning of the event. Check your junk folder.
Peggy Duncan travels internationally speaking to audiences on organization, time management, and technology. She's the author of several books (Conquer Email Overload with Better Habits, Etiquette, and Outlook 2007; The Time Management Memory Jogger™; Just Show Me Which Button to Click! in PowerPoint 2007. Booklets include: Shameless Self-Promotion: Do-It-Yourself SEO; Computer Magic in Word 2007; and Get Organized At Work and Make It Easy).
The Durham native was formally trained at IBM and was recognized by the chairman for streamlining processes that saved the company close to a million dollars a year.
Peggy has appeared on NPR, CNN, TODAY, Black Enterprise Business Report, and the US Virgin Islands PBS affiliate. She's been quoted in Fortune Small Business, Entrepreneur, SUCCESS, Real Simple, Ladies Home Journal, O-The Oprah Magazine, Black Enterprise, ESSENCE, Health, Men's Health, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Friday (Dubai), USA Today, and many more.
Peggy graduated from Hillside High School and received her B.S. degree (Marketing) and a train the train certification from Georgia State University in Atlanta.
Jacqueline Whitmore, CSP, is an international etiquette expert, author, and spokesperson who has helped thousands of people around the world learn to be more confident and courteous in business and social situations. She is the author of Poised for Success (St. Martin’s Press, November 2011) and Business Class: Etiquette Essentials for Success at Work (St. Martin’s Press, 2005), which is currently in its tenth printing and has been translated into four languages.
Regarded as one of the foremost authorities on business etiquette and protocol in the world, Jacqueline has appeared on a variety of national television shows including ABC’s 20/20, The Fox Report with Shepard Smith, CNN International, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, ExtraTV, CNBC, and FOXNews. She is a frequent guest on national and international radio talk shows and has appeared on National Public Radio’s Motley Fool and Marketplace.
Jacqueline has been featured or quoted in hundreds of national and international newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Financial Times, Time, Fortune, Glamour, Cosmopolitan and O: The Oprah Magazine, among others.
Peggy Duncan, Personal Productivity Expert
Peggy Duncan travels internationally speaking to audiences on organization, time management, and technology. She's founder and lead trainer at TheDBI.com, a membership site with video tutorials focusing on productivity with technology (or as she says "PRODUCTECHVITY."
Peggy was formally trained at IBM and was recognized by the chairman for streamlining processes that saved her department close to a million dollars a year.