Since 2009 I have worked within the Records and Information Management sector both as a Records Manager and as an Advisor. This was not my first career – I initially worked as an Executive Assistant and then found this wonderful thing called Records and Information Management.
My Specialty is
Training staff in how to manage the information they work with
Facilitating workshops to help staff better understand the principles of Records and Information Management
Giving advice in setting up a successful records management programme
Training staff on a one-to-one basis
Helping organisations with foundational requirements for their records programme
I have presented at Conferences in Australisia for INFORUM, ARANZ and RIMPA, presented Webinars and Workshops and written helpful resources such as:
Building a Successful Records Management Programme Records Management Essentials
Both of these resources are also available as workshops.
You will see in the Store that I have written publications to help Records and Information Management staff best manage their records. Publications include, as mentioned above, Building a Successful Records Management Programme which is a guide to help Records Managers create and manage a successful programme and Records Management Essentials which is a workbook for new Records and Information Management Professionals. I have also written articles which have been printed in the IQ Magazine and in its UK sister publication The Bulletin.
These e-books can be purchased from the Store
Article printed in the RIMPA IQ Magazine. Availiable to purchase in the Store
Training staff in how to manage the information they work with.
Working within Project Teams or individually to help develop and train staff working within Electronic Content Management systems.
Facilitating workshops to help staff better understand the principles of Records and Information Management.
Giving advice in setting up a successful records management programme.
Training staff on a one-to-one basis.
Helping organisations with foundational requirements for their records programme.
Business Classification Development and maintenance.
Managing business processes, policies, strategy and training around record keeping.
Monitor Record Management Department budgets.
Assisting the institution to meet the requirements of the Public Records Act (PRA) 2005.
Assisting in the development, promotion and implementation of best practice records management.
Working within Enterprise Content management systems.
Work effectively with others to achieve specified outcomes within their Records and Information Management Programme.
Giving advice on taxonomy and E- records related activities.