The Ohio Chapter of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, first chartered in 2004, is part of NAPO National. The continued growth of the Ohio Chapter and the National Association validates the public need for services provided by trained productivity and organizing professionals.
NAPO-Ohio Professional Organizers work with residential and commercial clients in a multitude of ways.
Your experience may include:
Assessment of your needs and goals.
Coaching you in the decision-making process as you sort through paper and possessions.
The removal of various unwanted items through local resources.
Help with establishing new systems for the management of your time, possessions, and space.
A trained professional who understands the emotions, feelings, and stress that the organizing process can create.
A trained professional who adheres to the NAPO Code of Ethics.
“Picture your dream home. I bet it’s not filled with clutter.”
Why Hire NAPO-Ohio Organizer?
Hiring an organizer who belongs to the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals(NAPO) is choosing the best in the industry. We abide by the highest professional and ethical standards, and maintain the highest degree of confidentiality with our clients. NAPO organizers are committed to continuing education and growth in their field. They have access to nationwide resources. A NAPO Organizer will tailor the services to meet your goals and expectations.
How to Select an Organizer
Select a professional organizer like you would select any other professional like your doctor, accountant, dentist, or hairstylist. You want someone that makes you feel comfortable and gives you a sense of trust. Ask friends or co-workers for referrals. Interview organizers and choose someone whose personality meshes with yours. Choose an organizer who will meet your goals, needs, and vision. Ask questions and tell them your expectations. Clear communication will ensure a more successful partnership.
By choosing a NAPO-Ohio professional organizer, you know that you are choosing someone who operates at the highest levels of service and experience.
What It Means to be a Certified Professional Organizer (CPO®)
The CPO® credential identifies productivity and organizing professionals who’ve documented a specific number of paid hours that include transferring organizing skills to the client, and passed the Board of Certification for Professional Organizers (BCPO®) examination. The credential provides the organizing and productivity industry a way to elevate its professional standards.Certified Professional Organizers (CPOs) have proven industry proficiency by demonstrating they possess the body of knowledge and experience essential to professional organizing and productivity consulting.