Save 15 Days a Year | Get More Done | Email Etiquette Class
Is your inbox overloaded? Are you wasting time on low-priority emails? This class is available in all formats and is proven to save participants 15 days a year! Boost team email etiquette while helping everyone get more done! Are you constantly trying to organize and prioritize your Outlook or Gmail inbox? Would you like to learn how to better manage email on your smartphone?
This class focuses on optimizing your inbox, reducing email overload, and helping you write clear, concise, and actionable email that gets fast results.
We'll also help you file, find, organize, and manage your email so that you can save time and get more done. Best of all, email etiquette tips boost your professional image and move your career forward!
1. Quantity: Reduce time spent on email by 20%.
2. Quality: Boost clarity, and effectiveness of email by 35%
3. Coaching: Increase sharing of email best practices by 100%[/fusion_toggle][fusion_toggle title="Course Benefits" open="no"]
- Prioritize and de-clutter your jammed inbox
- Write brilliant email that gets fast results
- Boost email etiquette
- Conquer email overload
- Determine and rapidly complete important tasks
- Amazing Outlook®, Gmail, Lotus, and more tech tips that speed workflow and reduce interruptions
- Insights for all e-communication formats including email, text, IM, and social media
In a world overflowing with email, tasks, and interruptions it’s hard to prioritize and get things done. This powerful class puts you back in control! First you’ll learn how to slay the email overload monster, prioritize tasks, and de-clutter your inbox. Next, the ground-breaking ABC tool will help you write clear, concise, and actionable email that gets fast results. You’ll discover powerful time management tips, debunk popular myths, and master your current technology (Outlook, Gmail, smartphone, etc.). Finally, you’ll learn creative new ways to improve email etiquette and get more done every day.
- Any email user seeking to organize and prioritize his or her inbox and life
- Professionals who manage multiple priorities, lots of email, and a growing number of tasks
- Colleagues struggling with information overload or time management