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Increasing Productivity Using Outlook Learning Resources

Increasing Productivity Using Outlook Learning Resources

Let's get learning!  Get more out of your course with these learning resources from TP3.

Before the course

Want to get the most out of this experience? To prepare for your Increasing Productivity Using Outlook course, please:

  • Complete this Time Log for 3 work days. We recommend using the to makes note of every single thing you do through the day. Yes, it will take a few moments in an already full day, but it's worth it! One of the things we will be doing in the course is analyse how you are currently spending your time. We have found it to be VERY useful to keep a time log for a few days.

Bring this with you to the course. If you need help or advice, email us at or call 1300 658 388.

2 weeks after the course

Take time to revisit your action plan, written during the course, and your course workbook.

You might want to review some key concepts from the course, and complete these activities:

If you need help or advice, email us at or call 1300 658 388.

4 weeks after the course

These activities can assist you in enhancing your productivity and Outlook skills:

  • Now that you're using Outlook in a new way, complete your Time Log again to ensure you haven't slipped back into old habits. After you analyse how you are going, put a calendar reminder in your calendar for 6 months time to repeat this valuable exercise.
  • Revisit your action plan to ensure you have put into place all the actions from the course. Commit to undertaking those that remain outstanding.
  • Reflect on how you are managing interruptions.Are you succeeding at graciously saying no? Take this week as an opportunity to focus on the way you handle interruptions. At the end of the week evaluate the results and create a plan to continue to improve.

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