Improve your efficiency

Meet your targets

Boost your bottom line

Today’s good news

You can improve your efficiency in just a few short hours. And chances are your computer is already equipped with exactly what you need to fight wasted time: Outlook.

Outlook can do much more
than most of us realise.

If you collect all of your tasks in Outlook’s task manager, you will have an overview of all your projects, deadlines, priorities and emails in a single location.

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This will save you time when working on tasks linked to ongoing projects. You will no longer need to wade through lots of different programs. And this is only one of the areas where you can save time.

Planning and optimising tasks can potentially benefit your bottom line, while improving the way you plan and structure meetings will certainly free up several hours a week for your organisation.

What’s more it can help boost your mental energy and prevent work-related stress.

And I can show you how to do it

How to improve

your efficiency

My customer

base includes

“We have enjoyed Michael's courses for several years. Always good cooperation and with great value for our employees. Even through the corona crisis, Michael has managed to maintain the high level of quality.”
Nina Toft
Learning Consultant HR Development,

Your goals are my goals

Michael Thygesen

My name is Michael Thygesen, and I’m a specialist in using Outlook to improve efficiency. It is quite simply the best tool I have ever worked with.

Everything I do aims to make Danish organisations more efficient. That is why I provide courses on how to hold effective meetings, improve your personal efficiency, plan and prioritise your tasks and avoid interruptions. For instance, you can free up lots of efficient working time through organisation that ensures you are not interrupted. This can give you many valuable extra minutes. Every day.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would also like to work more efficiently and meet your and your organisation’s targets faster and more effectively.