essential client forms
set of five essential client forms for professional organizers
- Client Phone Intake Form
- Client Service Agreement Form
- Client Assessment Form
- Client Action Plan Form
- Client Feedback Survey Form
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client phone intake form
If clients are calling but you’re not sealing the deal, maybe you aren’t asking the right questions. Using a client intake form will help! This one-page, 8-1/2 x 11 form will guide you through your first contact with potential clients — the all-important phone call. It prompts you to ask the right questions so you can qualify the client, allowing you to showcase your expertise and empathy so the client feels confident in you as a professional organizer. Take the completed form along on client visits and you’ll have a head-start on assessing the situation. A brilliant, must-have tool for every organizer! Also includes one page of client phone call quick tips! Sent to you in PDF via e-mail.
client service agreement form
A simple — and necessary — way to define expectations is to send a contract before you meet. You can also call it a confirmation form, agreement, or policy statement, but whatever you name it, it meets the same need. It clarifies your policies so there are no misunderstandings regarding important details of your working relationship. Use this quick and ready-to-use one-page generic service agreement form, or create your own service agreement form that is unique to your business and clientele using the tips provided. Sent to you in PDF via e-mail. Please note this is not a lawyer-approved contract. Please check with your own attorney to ensure all essential requirements are met per your individual circumstances.
client assessment form
To be a successful professional organizer, you need to understand your clients’ pain. It starts with a genuine concern for your clients, which leads to the desire to explore their needs, set-backs, limitations, motivators, and more. The best time to learn about these things is during your initial client assessment. Make it easy with this five-page, 8-1/2 x 11 form that will help you ask the right questions and really get to know your clients and their organizing needs. Also included is a two-page tip sheet to guide you through the assessment process. Sent to you in PDF via e-mail.
client action plan form
After your client assessments, it’s a nice touch to leave an action plan with your clients. This three-page, 8-1/2 x 11 form will help you to define your project areas, timeline, goal indicators, and supplies necessary for the job. It’s also a chance for you to outline some action plan steps so you and your clients are clear on the scope of the projects. Also included is a page for maintenance plan recommendations, so you can list steps to help your clients maintain their newly organized spaces. A one-page tip sheet is included to guide you through using this client action plan form. Sent to you in PDF via e-mail.
client feedback survey form
Have you ever wondered what your clients think about you? There’s an easy way to find out — just ask them! Use this simple, one-page, 8-1/2 x 11 client feedback survey, and reap the rewards of better understanding through direct feedback. Once you’ve collected your survey results, take note of the positive responses. Keep it up and use those strengths to sell your services. Don’t feel insecure as you read any negative feedback. These are your areas for thoughtful consideration and improvement and will make your business stronger. If you discover areas for expansion and growth, consider moving in new directions! Gathering customer feedback takes a little effort, but your business will benefit immensely. A one-page tip sheet is included to guide you through using this client survey. Sent to you in PDF via e-mail.
additional client forms for advanced organizers
independent contractor hiring agreement & guide
Adding to your company’s staff is a big step in the life of a small business owner. If you have worked solo up until this point, the realization that you can no longer do it all by yourself is actually a sign of positive business growth! Knowing that there will soon be another person (or team) that will assist with your client load brings a sigh of relief, but also has its own stressors as you figure out how to do it right. This guide offers some helpful insights to explore as your business grows with regards to independent contractors. A two-page sample independent contractor agreement form is included, plus you’ll find a four-page tip sheet to guide you through the process. Sent to you in PDF via e-mail.
(Please note that this is not a comprehensive guide to hiring ICs. Rather, it is a starting point to see if this path might be right for you. Because each situation is unique — and each state/country has its own employment laws — please consult your attorney or business advisor as you move forward.)
Thanks for the forms Sara, I really appreciate having these. Of all the versions I’ve created of these documents, I like yours the best. Thorough and thoughtful. Thanks for being outstanding!
— Liz Canavan, Alchemy of Order Ltd., Boulder, CO
WOW! These documents are fabulous! This purchase will probably prove to be the best $50 I ever spent in my life!
— Sandra O Medrano, My People
I wanted to take a moment to thank you for all your organizational information and advice. It has become invaluable to me and so very easy to follow. Your intake form and assessment form are incredible. They are exactly what I was missing and will really help me understand my clients better. Again, I greatly appreciate you being out there to guide me along the way.
— Clarke Delp, Clutter Bug LLC, Little Rock, AR
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