Keeping Accurate Records: A Critical Business Function
Maintaining accurate and up-to-date records is critical to a successful business. Records support transactions and decisions. Yet, many businesses and employees struggle to put the proper infrastructure, resources, and training in place to store, secure, and retrieve records efficiently. The consequences for not keeping accurate records can include some of the following: the inability to protect your business, fines, lawsuits, and a loss in productivity having employees waste time searching for information to do their job.
Your Benefits of Attending:
- Understand why records and information management is important and why you should care.
- Gain insights into some of the emerging trends related to records and information management.
- Understand the Records Information Management (RIM) Lifecycle, which involves the oversight of records.
- Learn methods and tips to improve the filing of paper and electronic information.
Join Lisa Olsen and Stacy Leitner as they provide tips and insights into helping you get your records in order.
Stacy Leitner has been both nationally and internationally recognized in her roles as an executive assistant and college educator.Stacy is currently the City Clerk and Executive Assistant to the City Manager at the City of Rancho Cordova in California and joined the City as employee #13 after their incorporation in 2003. In her role, she provides high-level executive support to the City Council and City Manager. Stacy has enjoyed an incredible journey helping to build a new city. She... View Full Profile
Lisa Olsen advocates continuous learning and encourages administrative professionals to expand their potential, take initiative and practice being “relationship engineers.” An enthusiastic and sought after international speaker, her presentation style is engaging, educational and motivational.Currently, she is the Executive Coordinator at Dignity Health for the Sacramento, California Region. She leads an administrative team of five and serves as the Board Coordinator for the Sacramento Hospital ... View Full Profile
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