Southwest FL ASTD Learning Event
July 16, 2014
Practicing Good Office Hygiene
The things you think you know, but we bet you don’t!
Join ASTD of Southwest Florida on Wednesday, July 16th at Keiser University for a unique program that will start promptly at 11:30 a.m.
Our parents told us that every day before we leave the house that we must wash our face, brush our teeth, and comb our hair. By following their instructions, over time we developed core practices for good personal hygiene.
Using personal hygiene as a metaphor and extending it to include personal habits in cleanliness of practice generally, we might ask, “Are there core hygiene practices that we should be following every day as we work with our primary software tool?” The answer is yes, particularly if we want to be more productive and not embarrassed because we practice bad Office Hygiene habits.
This is an interactive presentation and demonstration about Microsoft Office hygiene. Learn how to use it every day appropriately and effectively while increasing personal productivity. The focus of this learning event is on Microsoft Word with brief references to Outlook and PowerPoint.Topics Covered
- Setting up right – get to know your options, what you should be using and why
- Formatting – being direct or doing it right and with style
- Bullet proof your lists – the do’s and don'ts of numbered and bulleted lists
- Headers and Footers – keeping it right from head to toe
- Fields and Bookmarks – their mysteries and magic
- Macros, Templates, Auto Text & Autocorrects – the building blocks of productivity
Participants are encouraged, but not required, to bring their personal computers so they can view and begin applying what they learn from the session. The material covered is applicable to locally installed versions of Microsoft Office 2007, 2010, or 2013 for the PC and Microsoft Office 2011 for the Mac.
I am looking forward to this highly interactive learning event. Join us, won’t you?
You can pay by credit card or choose to pay at the door. We can only accept credit cards online.
Online Registration Closes at Midnight on Monday July 14th. If you have missed the deadline, we still encourage you to attend our meeting. Unfortunately, late registration does not provide adequate time to provide lunch and there is an additional fee of $5.
Local ASTD Member: $15 with lunch, $10 without lunch, GUESTS or Non Local ASTD Member: $20 (with or without lunch), Student with ID Non Local ASTD Member: $10 (with or without lunch), Student with ID Local ASTD Member: $5 (with or without lunch)Lunch is from Jason's Deli When you register please choose the type of Lunch that you would like to have from our menu listing. If you are planning not to have lunch please choose that option. Thanks!
Ice Cold Water will be provided for everyone.
Richard Michaels is an expert at applying critical thinking to address large-scale business challenges.
Over his more than 30 year career Richard has been responsible for the development and delivery of hundreds of training & development initiatives for major organizations including: Bristol-Myers Squibb, Guardian Life Insurance, IBM, Novartis, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Schering-Plough, Sanofi-Aventis, the FDA, the U.S. Army Training Command, the U.S. Army Logistics College, the Singapore Institute of Management, and the American Management Association.
In addition to his skills in instructional design, writing and education, Richard is also an expert software developer.
Richard has degrees in both Computer Science and Education. He also holds two professional certifications from the Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals, a U.S. Merchant Marine Officer License from the USCG, and is a Microsoft Office for the Mac MVP.
If you have any questions about the Monthly Chapter Meeting or how to register please give me a call, or drop me an e-mail.
We look forward to seeing you at the Southwest Florida Chapter of ASTD Monthly Meeting.
Thank you for your attention and response.
VP of Events, Southwest Florida Chapter of ASTD