105 Starting Out As a Residential Organizer

This course is for any organizer looking to improve upon the skills and knowledge needed to produce a successful residential organizing business. Concentrating only on residential requirements, by means of case studies and the latest research, students will learn the specific challenges of space, paper and time management in the home. The class also covers ways that organizers facilitate decision-making for their clients as well as recognizing backsliding and successful methods of addressing issues with a client. Students will walk away confident in their knowledge of questions to ask a prospect, using work plans, and developing a portfolio of resources for residential projects.

An important note, this course refers to PO 201, which has now been split into two courses, 207- Client Intake Interviews(Live/On-Demand) and 208- Needs Assessment and Action Plan(Live), both presented by Mindy Godding.