HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY FOR PRODUCTIVITY
Business Consulting & Training
Master. Your. Email
Digital. Notes. Organized
Effective. Virtual. Teams
Work. Better. Together
When you want to
— get more out of Outlook, OneNote, Teams, and SharePoint,
— be more productive, get rid of email clutter,
— better collaborate with your team, and
— use Microsoft Office 365 to focus on what matters most,
Holger is the guy you need to call! He takes the most complex digital tools, the best tips and tricks for everyday use of Outlook, as well as proven time management strategies, and explains them in simple, easy-to-understand language so you can make them work, get more done, and get your life back!
Contact us now to book business consulting and training for your organization:
Rely on quality and experience -
Your expert: Holger Woeltje.
His presentations are captivating and fun. Holger Woeltje, the expert for productivity with Outlook, OneNote, Teams and SharePoint, will show your employees how to
- better manage their emails, tasks, and appointments,
- use Office 365 to communicate and share files more efficiently and
- work better together.
Holger started his own consulting business in 2002. He holds a B.Sc. in engineering degree (and also a German “Diplom-Ingenieur (BA)” degree) and has authored seven books with more than 500,000 copies sold.
Working internationally with many Fortune Global 500 companies like Credit Suisse, Ford, GE, Hewlett-Packard, Johnson & Johnson, Lufthansa, and Microsoft, he has learned what works. Call now to book Holger for a business consulting session (virtual online meeting) and gain more time for what matters most to you!
Workshops & seminars for more than
174 customers in
Books with more than 500,000 copies sold
Years of experience in consulting and training
Years of online seminar experience
Tipps für Ihre Arbeit mit Outlook, OneNote, SharePoint und Office 365
aus Holger Woeltje’s Blog
Hier finden Sie Artikel mit Tipps für Ihre Arbeit mit Microsoft Office 365, 2016, 2019 und 2021
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