Technology Skills for the 21st Century
Administrative Professionals Day
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
9:00AM – 2:00PM
If you’re handling the work of two or more people, work smarter.
For a great day of training that’s also fun,
Register Today! Space is Limited.
The Digital BreakThroughs Institute
1691 Phoenix Blvd, Suite 380
Atlanta (College Park) GA 30349
A G E N D A
|8:30AM – 9:00AM|| Check In
|9:00AM – 10:15AM|| Organize Anything
Learn how to eliminate clutter and create systems for finding anything quickly!
|10:15AM – 10:30AM|| BREAK and Networking
|10:30AM – 11:45PM|| Manage Your Time with Outlook
Like the cockpit of an airplane, Outlook gives you almost everything you need right at your fingertips. Learn how to manage your email, contacts, tasks, and appointments like a pro.
|11:45 – 1:00PM|| Computer Magic: Tips and Tricks in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat
Software you already have can perform magic if you take time to tap into it. Learn beginning to advanced commands that will help you finish work at least six times quicker.
|1:00 – 2:00PM|| Lunch and Door Prizes
Delicious lunch and a cake you’ll dream about. Prizes too!
|2:00PM|| Adjourn or Help Desk
You won’t be ready to leave and you don’t have to. Optional Help Desk to review anything you’re still fuzzy about.
Peggy Duncan will teach you the same techniques that keep her stress-free. She’s a combination professional organizer, project manager, and computer trainer. She’s worked with hundreds of busy people and can help you too.
She is the author of Conquer Email Overload with Outlook, The Time Management Memory Jogger™, Just Show Me Which Button to Click! in PowerPoint, and three ebooks: Shameless Self-Promotion, Create a WordPress Blog, and Get Organized at Work.
Peggy has appeared on CNN, TODAY, Black Enterprise Business Report, and the US Virgin Islands PBS affiliate. Her expertise has been cited in Fortune Small Business, O-The Oprah Magazine, Real Simple, Essence, Fitness, Self, Men’s Health, Black Enterprise, Entrepreneur, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and a whole lot more. She was formally trained at IBM where she was recognized by the chairman for streamlining processes that saved the company close to a million dollars a year.
Peggy is a wonderfully vibrant instructor. She
presents the information in a concise, understandable
manner. I love taking her seminars because I always
learn new tips and shortcuts that I can use immediately.
Michelle Yackel, Divine Redesigns
S P O N S O R E D B Y