The Importance of Working With a Professional Organizer
You walk into your office and feel grounded, solid, and in control. At your desk, paperwork is neatly stowed—or nowhere to be seen. In the common areas, workstations are arranged logically, with a mind to how you work. In this space, you and your team know exactly what you need to accomplish—and you set about it clearly, efficiently, and without distraction.
Stephanie was prompt, thorough, organized, made informative suggestions, but mostly extremely easy to work with throughout the process of creating a file storage area for our office. The project was completed in a timely manner and all the files and cabinets that were moved to the new space were labeled and organized in a defined manner so that filing in the future will be very simple. I would highly recommend Stephanie Shalofsky as a professional organizer. Office Manager, Cardiologist’s Office
Stephanie Shalofsky, a professional organizer in NYC with years of experience, can help you make this vision a reality. As a member of the National Association for Professional Organizers and a corporate project manager for many years, Stephanie has tailored skills and experience creating effective office organizing solutions. Together we’ll design and implement proactive systems and processes—making your environment a tool for productivity—not a generator of frantic searching and knee jerk reactions. Stephanie is a professional organizer who customizes your workspace to your work ethic, your organizational structure, and your other needs—and helps you regain control. The result is a clear head and a clutter-free office—and a massive boost in productivity.
Is This You?
Your files misplaced…again. Piles of paperwork burying the notes you need now. Items strewn everywhere, distracting your thoughts and diluting your focus.
Lack of Systems
Did you lose a crucial document? Forget an urgent email? Miss your afternoon meeting? You likely lack the tailored systems for maintaining a productive workflow.
No Space for Home Office
A dining room table should never substitute for a desk. But at a home office, it often does—as business and leisure fight for ground and for attention.
Technicians. Interior designers. Movers. With all its various moving parts and pieces, an office move is its own full-time job—and it can easily distract you from running your business.