Almost everyone knows how to use Microsoft Outlook® to send and receive emails. However, you can improve your productivity and manage your time more effectively by using many of the little-known features in Outlook. The focus for our Outlook productivity training in Melbourne is on optimising your whole team’s use of the email, calendar and task (to-do) functions in MS Outlook.
In this workshop we demonstrate how Outlook can be used to manage your workload – not just your email – in a busy and fast-paced digital environment. We cover managing your emails more effectively, then go beyond that to demonstrate the benefits of using the Tasks function as your primary to-do list. When undertaken as a team, the whole group will be able to work together more effectively.
We also go ‘behind the scenes’ to show you how to set up Outlook in a way that will allow you to keep your email inbox under control, giving you greater confidence and less stress. Our unique approach to using email flags alongside Outlook Tasks will have you managing your to-do list electronically in no time. You will soon be able to use many of Outlook’s fantastic productivity and time management tools to better manage your task deadlines without reliance on your busy memory!
Microsoft Outlook is an excellent time management tool if you know how to use it. You will be amazed at how many features Outlook offers that can help improve the time management of you and your team.
In this training program, participants will learn how to use Microsoft Outlook as a totally integrated time management system including how to:
We can tailor our Outlook productivity training in Perth to suit your organisation or team’s individual needs. We have a number of flexible delivery options. It can be delivered to a group or can be tailored for delivery as a coaching program for 1-1 Delivery.
Hi Geoff, I don’t know about anyone else, but this has helped me tremendously. My email was always reasonably organised, but now, it’s amazing. I currently have five emails in my inbox (including this one), which is incredible seeing I used to have nearly 200. I’ve used colours in Outlook for many years, but have improved how I use the colours and other conditional formatting. I am now using the task list fully, so I know exactly what I have to achieve. Coupled with opening Outlook in the calendar (and leaving it open on a second screen) allows me to know what I’ve got coming up at a glance. All in all, it was a fantastic course, one which a previous student recommended to me and I’m grateful she did. – Steve – Sergeant, WA Police – Oct 2017