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Presentations

Presentation Topics

Home Disaster Preparedness
If you are among the 89% of Americans who understand that preparing for disasters is important, but haven’t yet prepared, this talk is for you. It’s an easier task than you might think once you know exactly what you need to have and exactly what you need to do. And it could save your life or the life of someone you love! Your presenter, Judith Kolberg, is the author of Organize for Disaster: Prepare Your Family and Your Home for Any Natural or Unnatural Disaster and a Civilian Emergency Response Team member.

ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life
Maybe you’re diagnosed. Maybe not. But you know you can’t concentrate, find it hard to focus, jump around from this project to that and seem never to get anything completely finished. Whether your ADD or “ADDish”, attend this talk. Conducted by Judith Kolberg, the co-author of ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life, you’ll learn methods field-proven to be effective for adults with AD/HD. Topics include organizing “stuff”, office organization, and managing the seemingly endless tasks of everyday life so that your actually get things done.

Conquering Chronic Disorganization
You can be smart and productive, and still disorganization can undermine your quality of life. Find out the causes of chronic disorganization and how you can conquer it. You’ll learn from master organizer, Judith Kolberg, the founder of the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization and author of Conquering Chronic Disorganization. Make an immediate reduction of clutter in your office, manage time (finally!) and put an end to information overwhelm. End the constant “digging out” and return of disorganization. Innovative techniques proven effective in the field can be applied to your individual situation right away.

Industry-Thought Leader Presentation Series

The Gig Economy and the Organizing Industry
Call them connected workers, freelancers, or mobile casual earners, according to economists gig workers constitute 20% of the US workforce. The emergence of Covid19 has both increased and hardened the gig economy. On the one hand, the flexibility of gig work is attractive. On the other hand it is quite unpredictable and can be stressful. How can we support our gig economy clients? And, are professional organizers and productivity consultants posed to be “gigified”? This is a fascinating and provocative presentation available virtually or live.

The On-Demand Lifestyle and the Organizing Industry
We live in an on-demand society where goods and services can be procured in near-time whenever we want or need. Immediate access rules the day and has more value among our younger clients than price or quality. What happens when our clients trend away from “stockpiling” stuff and homes continue to get smaller. And, how do we help our clients cope with a complex matrix of delivery modes? Is “immediacy anxiety” really a thing? We’ll cover these topics in this thought-provoking presentation.

Information Afterlife
Digital society, powered by the internet of everything, with its websites and email accounts, cloud storage, social networks and mobile apps, and interconnectivity, ,produces an information afterlife that goes on after a person dies. Information afterlife includes digital profiles, passwords, codes, pin numbers and log-in information that can be exploited by unauthorized individuals, yet necessary for executors, POA’s and other authorized representatives. How can you help your clients manage their information afterlife to prevent cybercrime yet promote legit access? Can we make invisible assets and information visible? Is there a safe way to provide for data inheritance? We’ll answer these questions in this critical presentation.

Presentation Formats

Presentations come in two formats: keynote address and seminar.

Keynote Address
As an opening keynote, Judith will incorporate your meeting’s theme into her presentation, set the tone for your meeting and inspire the people in your company to reach higher levels of organization. As a closing keynote, she’ll wrap things up, emphasize implementation of lessons learned, and add her own brand of humor and education. Either presentation leaves ‘em laughing and learning. A brief question and answer period can be added to either keynote presentation at your option.

Seminars
Seminars begin with a humorous and engaging instructional presentation on an organization/disorganization topic of your choice followed by small group context in which to learn new organizing skills and ask questions. Seminars are offered in a variety of lengths.

Webinars and Teleclasses are also available for each presentation topic.

Earn An Easy $100.00!
If you know an HR Director, Program Manager, or Event Coordinator who lands me a paid seminar or keynote speaking engagement, I’ll pay you $100.00. For more information, call Judith Kolberg at 404-231-6172.

Past Presentations

BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS
Decatur Business Association
Georgia Association of Realtors
International Association of Administrative Professionals
International Coach Federation
National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals
National Association of Remodeling Industry
Nurses in Business
Women in Communications
Women Life Underwriters

CORPORATIONS
Amgen Pharmaceuticals
BBDO International
Charis Books
Equipment Technologies, Inc.
Federal Home Loan Bank
Financial Services Corporation
General Electric
Interstate/Johnson Lane
Ketchum Public Relations
National Data Corp.
Pearson Education
Powell, Goldstein, Frazier & Murphy
PriMerica Financial Technologies
United Family Life Insurance
Williams, Russell and Johnson

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Clark-Atlanta University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia State University
Kennesaw State College

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
ADDA
Additude Magazine
Anchorage Community Education Association
Arthritis Foundation
Association of Record Managers and Administrators
Atlanta Hoarding Task Force
Attention Deficit Disorder Association
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Coaches Training Institute
Girl Scouts of America
Hudson Institute
International Conference on Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Japan Association of Life Organizers
Learning Disabled Adults of Georgia
National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals
National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization
Obsessive Compulsive Foundation
Optimal Functioning Institute
Professional Organizers of the Netherlands
Ready DeKalb/The Disaster Preparedness Festival
United Way

To arrange for a speaking engagement or training contact us at: 404.231.6172 or info@fileheads.net.