Lissanne Oliver is Australia’s best-known and most experienced professional organiser, founding SORTED! in 2002. An expert in helping people organise their work, life, home and time Lissanne has thousands of hours of consulting experience with people from all walks of life.
Lissanne problem-solves a wide range of organisational and efficiency issues. Her methodology is creative, inspiring and practical.
Author of 7 books including the bestseller SORTED! the ultimate guide to organising your life – once and for all she’s featured widely in the media, and writes a hugely popular newsletter and blog.
Lissanne’s also shared her expertise as a presenter on Channel 7s ‘Your Life on the Lawn’ and ‘Better Homes & Gardens’.
A qualified workplace trainer, Lissanne also offers workshops, including Training for Professional Organisers.
Lissanne is a:
• founding member and past president of AAPO
• member of NAPO’s prestigious Golden Circle acknowledging her veteran status and a
• member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganisation
Prior to starting SORTED! Lissanne gleaned 16 years of organisational and coordination experience in film, video, stills photography and advertising.
Considered a national authority on clutter and all things organising, Lissanne’s business SORTED! offers hands-on services and clever products.
You really listened to what I was about and my needs (both work and home). You had a willingness to instantly get to work in the time frame.
You wildly exceeded my expectations. Your service was high value, on time and on budget. You were highly professional and engaging. You were thorough in your audit, listened attentively and your insights were relevant and creative. Your work will help us get the most from our house.
Loved your VERY practical approach. Stuff really did get organised, not just put away. Appreciated the practical ideas to prevent problems from reoccurring.
Once again, thanks so much for all your help/advice/ideas at our session on Wednesday. I had a fabulous time and am now looking at everything so differently! We have more stuff to go and Paul and I are looking forward to continuing the process. The kids are getting the idea of packing up too – how good is that?