Do you need to get organized in 2013? Do you want to know how your psychological type influences your organizational style and that of your clients? Then attend the monthly meeting of the Twin Cities Association for Psychological Type, a regional chapter of APTi on Friday, January 11, from 12-1. See our website for location and directions. In this presentation, Terri describes the 3 Legged stool of organizing: structure, time management, decision making. Every personality type addresses organization differently and we can all get better at it. Learn how by joining us for this interactive, informative session.
Terri O’Dowd has been a “professional organizer” for 14 years, marketing her business predominantly through word-of-mouth. Her 20+ years in corporate life and as a single parent have provided her with strong business and residential abilities to help individuals and businesses getorganized and stay organized. Her self-employment years include long runs as a sub-contractor in many business roles including web design project management, business process development and writing, training design, and teaching and coaching thousands of business owners on effective marketing and team management through the world’s largest business networking organization, BNI, where she has presented at both the national and international conferences. What makes Terri unique as an organizer is that she helps clients identify their strengths and create systems that work for them. She’ll also strategize, plan, and follow-up OR roll up her sleeves and do the work with clients and for clients. Her specialty is providing regular services to business owners who want additional project management, communication, and/or client support help without the hassle of employee payroll and benefits. Terri has a B.A. with an emphasis in communications and is an intimate ES/NTJ who prefers small groups of 2-6 to cocktail chatter and parties.
Ann C. Holm, MS ACC CCC