Lisa is a Certified Professional Organizer (CPO®). The BCPO® Certification is a voluntary, industry-led effort benefiting the members of the productivity and organizing profession as well as the general public. The Certified Professional Organizer® (CPO®) credential recognizes professionals who have met specific standards and proven, through examination and client interaction, that they possess the body of knowledge and experience required for certification. This certification program recognizes and raises industry standards, practices and ethics, and lets clients know that CPOs are committed and serious about the work being done. Lisa has been a CPO® since 2010, re-certified in 2013 and again in 2016. She will re-certify in 2019.
The Time Butler Productivity & Organizing is a Certified Bay Area Green Business for following sustainable business practices, recycling, reducing water usage, and ensuring that as much as 99% of client items do NOT end up in landfills. By choosing Green Businesses you help to protect the environment, prevent pollution, minimize waste, and conserve energy, water, and other resources.
The The National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO) is recognized as the professional association for productivity professionals. NAPO offers opportunities to professionals who wish to sharpen their skills through ongoing education and professional development. NAPO has a Code of Ethics by which members are expected to abide. A productivity professional who is a NAPO member has made a commitment to his or her business and thus to you, the client. Lisa has been a member of NAPO since 2006 and is serving two 3-year terms as National treasurer from 2014-2020.
The prestigious Golden Circle designation applies to professional members who have a NAPO tenure of five years or longer and are recognized for their commitment to the profession. Lisa has been a member since 2006, and has therefore received her 10-year designation.
Lisa earned her ‘Workplace Productivity’ certificate badge, demonstrating her knowledge of business management, including planning, staffing and productivity along with project management and team management.
Whether positive or negative, life transitions often force individuals, businesses and corporations to adjust to new ways of living, being and working. Lisa has earned her ‘Life Transitions’ specialist certificate, demonstrating her knowledge in assisting clients undergoing changes in their professional and personal lives.
The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of NAPO offers the most vibrant opportunities for professional development and career growth available in the field of productivity and organizing. Monthly meetings, lectures, annual regional and national conferences, networking, newsletters, and volunteer positions provide opportunities for members to work together in an environment of cooperation, not competition.
The Time Butler Productivity & Organizing is a 5+ year member of the local Chamber of Commerce. To learn more about the Los Altos Chamber of Commerce go to www.losaltoschamber.org.
Out of 212 residential organizers in 2018, The Time Butler was picked as one of the top 16 by Expertise. Every year, Expertise runs an analysis of all previously selected business to ensure that they still meet the standards of excellence for consumers. The Time Butler is pleased to have been included on this list once again.
The staff at The Time Butler Productivity & Organizing takes emergency preparedness very seriously. Lisa is a CERT, certified by the Community Emergency Response Team. This program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. CERT members are encouraged to support emergency response agencies by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community.