NOTE: This interactive workshop will be hosted virtually for our Dallas community. Please check your email for instructions on how to join.
Are you just getting started with Asana & need a bit more direction on how to navigate your workspace or do you need to decide if Asana is the right project/work/task management software for you?
If you can answer yes to one of these questions, then this workshop is for you!
Learn how to build the foundations for using Asana successfully—as an individual, as part of your team, and within your organization.
In this virtual workshop you’ll learn how to:
- Create organized projects and tasks to manage and track your team’s work, from inception all the way through execution
- Simplify team communication—comment on tasks, add collaborators, @mention teammates, respond to inbox notifications, and more
- Centralize, streamline, and organize individual tasks and to-do’s
- How to use Asana for more than just deadline driven projects
We will also discuss project management pain points + solutions, an asana overview and why you should consider using my favorite project management software.
6:30-6:45PM - Welcome + Introductions
6:45-7:45PM - Presentation Begins
7:45-7:55PM - Q+ A begins
7:55-8PM - Closing remarks & share resources
Please note: this virtual workshop is designed for beginner Asana users who are currently on the free plan, but may include mention of some Premium features.
P.S. If you want to explore more advanced workflows and premium/business Asana features, check out the other workshops on the events calendar.
About Asana: A leading work management platform, Asana helps teams orchestrate their work, from daily tasks to strategic initiatives. With Asana, teams stay organized and connected. From Air Asia, AllBirds, KLM, Kohl's, Sephora, Viessmann, and more, over 70,000 organizations and millions of customers across 195 countries rely on Asana to manage company goals, product launches, marketing campaigns, and everything in between.
Shawnee Leonard Consulting
Founder + Creative Director
Shawnee is a social media + marketing consultant, creative director, and event producer currently residing in Dallas, Tejas. She has an associate’s in Fashion Marketing from El Centro College and a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences with concentrations in Hospitality Management and Communication & Technology from the University of North Texas in Dallas.
She is the founder of Moxie Brides Magazine, a digital publication showcasing inspiration for offbeat, alternative brides, and founder of The Ten Ninety-Nine, a local collective catered towards helping freelancers start, build and grow their business by providing them access to resources, continuing education, work opportunities and more. She has also obtained numerous leadership roles such as being on Method Seven Magazine’s editorial board as their Beauty Director, serving on the Student Event Planners Association’s National Board of Directors, Social Media Manager & Marketing Co-Chair for Dallas Startup Week, and with LAUNCH. as their Marketing Manager and Community + Social Lead.
In her free time, she’s most likely double fisting moscow mules at her favorite happy hour, being a dog mom, playing photographer + editing photos, exploring downtown dallas, and buying Fenty Beauty products from Sephora.