Get Organized & Productive with Apps
Simply Placed offers a variety of resources designed to help you improve your productivity with technology. In addition to how-to guides, app reviews, and one-on-one consultation, Simply Placed is pleased to offer an educational and practical seminar on strategies for using apps effectively — as well as recommendations for the best apps to use.
At the end of this informative and practical session, participants will:
- Know the 3 key areas to focus on when looking for ways to improve productivity,
- Have a framework for evaluating apps to determine if they truly can help improve personal and professional productivity, and
- Have recommendations for a variety apps with a proven track record for supporting productivity
Contact us to learn more about how you can bring this valuable seminar to your workplace or learning community.
We’ve worked with Simply Placed for productivity consulting and training with great results. Debbie has conducted a number of group training sessions for employees of our Spokane and Colville offices, and consulted with individuals in our Downtown Seattle and Northgate offices.
The feedback we’re getting from employees that have benefited from her training and individual sessions is that she’s made a significant positive impact, that the strategies she teaches are easy to implement, and employees are enjoying more efficient and effective ways of working.
We continue to choose to work with Simply Placed because they truly make a difference.
I have always been a stacker. With the Organized Systems and Productive Habits that Work I now have an easy to retrieve place for each and every piece of paper that comes across my desk. I am now more productive than I have ever been because I am not wasting time searching through my stacks. Also, the capture cards are genius. I get countless verbal requests throughout the day from my colleagues, clients and family members. Now I have a place for those verbal requests and don’t have to worry about forgetting to follow through. My brain can now rest and focus on higher priorities.