Professional Organizer or Productivity Consultant
What are some things I should look for in a professional organizer or productivity consultant?
It is important to find someone with whom you feel comfortable. Trust your instincts when you have that initial conversation with the professional. It may be a good idea to speak to a few professional organizers/productivity consultants. Some questions to ask are:
- What types of services do you offer?
- What is your area of expertise?
- Have you had special training or do you hold any certifications related to your work?
- Are you a member of NAPO Minnesota?
- Please describe a typical working session.
- What is your fee structure?
- I have tried to get organized before. How will this be different?
Chapter of NAPO
The non-profit Minnesota Chapter of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (also known as “NAPO Minnesota”) has been helping people organize their lives and businesses since 1994.
Happiness and freedom in life goes beyond simply “cleaning” up your home and work space. We help you focus on arranging your space for clarity and managing your time effectively to that you can achieve your business and personal goals.
We work with you in your home or your business, providing personalized services in such areas as decluttering, organizing the kitchen or closets, or sorting and filing papers.
We work with you in your business to increase employee productivity, improve management planning, or increase business efficiency.
Many individuals have discovered that professional organizing or productivity consulting can be a satisfying career choice.
Board of Directors Meeting (virtual)
(Board members and current members only)
June 3, 2019 8:00am-9:30am
Current members interested in future leadership welcome.
NAPO Minnesota Organizing
and Productivity Professional
NAPO Minnesota (National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, Minnesota Chapter) is a non-profit in existence since April 1994.
NAPO Minnesota represents Minnesota, Iowa, North and South Dakota and Northwestern Wisconsin.