How to Work With Disorganized People

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Just because you are brilliant and successful doesn't mean you are organized. Yet, there are many people who have to work well with you in spite of your inability to organize even the basics. Goodness knows I've worked with my fair share of you! So, how can you succeed when you work with the chronically disorganized? Try some of these strategies...

My first real job was as a temp assistant to the head of public affairs and public education for Children’s Home Society. My boss, Charlotte De Armond, was the kind of woman who was always at the top of her game, a woman of firsts (including an Academy Award), but she was dead last in organization and productivity.

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