Stephanie Denton, President
Stephanie Denton is a dynamic, creative organizing expert whose advice has graced the front pages of both The Wall Street Journal and USA Today.
As a consultant and speaker, her programs benefit individuals and companies around the world, including such organizations as Procter & Gamble, Federated Department Stores, California Closets, and the American Marketing Association.
Stephanie's advice is regularly read by millions in Family Circle magazine, The Small Business Journal, Priorities, and OfficeSystems. She sits on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and is a NAPO Award Winner.
Denton & Company
Stephanie Denton creates organizing solutions for her clients that bring them profits and peace of mind they never thought possible.
Her Cincinnati-based firm, Denton & Company, provides organizing consulting and training seminars to clients around the U.S. and beyond.
Stephanie and her staff are available to create solutions in both business and residential settings, including such specialties as:
A popular media contact and interview guest, Stephanie is featured on television and radio programs around the country. She is frequently quoted in magazine and newspaper articles; here are some recent excerpts:
The Wall Street Journal - "One of These Days, Everybody is Going to Get Organized"
William Friedlander, chairman of Bartlett & Co., a Cincinnati-based investment management firm, says he used to lose spreadsheets and trip reservations in paper piles and do long searches half a dozen times a day. He called on Stephanie Denton to help him create a "file map" showing what was in each file
Working Mother - "Secrets of Professional Organizers"
Cincinnati-based organizer Stephanie Denton says that her corporate clients usually gain at least an hour of productive work a day Since completing her sessions with Denton, Ms. Eaton says she no longer feels panicked when she walks into her office. "The desk is clear. I know where everything is." Relieved from much of her workplace stress, Eaton has found more time to be with her family and to exercise. "The most important thing," she says, "is that I don't feel powerless anymore. I feel proactive."
The New York Times - "Out of Space? Get Rid of Clutter"
Stephanie Denton said that people who tend to let clutter get the upper hand should try to figure out why"You have to be creative," she said. "There is storage space all over the house, if you just look for it." "If you don't have a designated place for every object, you end up thinking, 'Now where is the perfect place to put this?'" Ms Denton said. "and if you can't think of the perfect place right away, you end up putting it just about anywhere until later. And later never comes."
USA Today - "Personal Services No Longer a Luxury"
"People are trying to do more things in the same amount of time," says Stephanie Denton
Cincinnati Enquirer - "Downsize That Clutter"
Mr. Segal, an entertainment producer, knew he had a problem, but wasn't sure how to solve it"We didn't use those little office trash cans, but the big trash cans to haul away stuff." As a result, he feels liberated and more productive
Business Week - "Are You an Office Slob?"
Take a pair of scissors to all those magazines piling up and clip out articles of interest. "Stash them in a file that you can grab on your way to catching the train," says Stephanie Denton, an organizing consultant based in Cincinnati
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