If you are in snowy mountains, you tend to take great care to avoid areas where an avalanche might occur. Similarly, in the workplace, you would want to avoid an avalanche of emails dumping into your Inbox on a daily basis.
Sign up for this webinar, Surviving an Email Avalanche, by expert speaker Karla Brandau, and learn how to dig out from the heavy load of tasks that arrive via email and how to work from a clean Inbox. The session will help you to handle the avalanche of email that most people in the business world routinely have to process. It will help you gain the skills to reduce what flows into your Inbox while expediting email processing.
You will also get quick tips for processing email in Outlook, which will save you precious minutes every day and will help you leave work on time. You will be amazed at how many features the Outlook Inbox has that can help you organize, sort and prioritize email—enabling you to stay on top of urgent tasks and project deadlines.
The session will cover how to write emails that people will read and even more importantly, respond to. It will provide you instructions on:
There is benefit in inviting your entire team to attend. The more each team member knows about the Inbox, the more efficient and effective the team will be. Greater efficiency leads to meeting project deadlines and keeping the organization moving in a forward direction.
Get rescued from the avalanche of email while learning to produce real results when processing your Inbox. You’ll learn techniques for organizing email entering your Inbox, get ideas on how to effectively use a variety of Inbox views and learn:
You will be able to work faster and smarter as you process email and benefit from instruction on:
Who Should Attend
At the Q&A session following the live event, ask a question and get a direct response from our expert speaker.
Karla Brandau CSPPS
Karla Brandau is a leading authority on personal and team productivity in the workplace. She specializes in combining the power of time management with technology, especially using Microsoft Outlook as a tool to help individuals “get it all done” in less time. She is the CEO of Workplace Power Institute (ww... More info