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EMAIL TRAINING PROGRAM

Control Email Overload

UNBOUNDED MESSAGING is unsustainable, which is why companies such as Deloitte & Touche and Intel are mandating less email usage. Now you can get the avalanche of emails, IMs, apps, and texts under control with a management system that increases productivity and effectiveness as it cuts stress.  

Nonstop email and interruptions increase the perceived difficulty of task and double and triple the chance of errors. This staff training program brings sanity back to work with management practices proven by the science to be the most effective in controlling email abuse.

The email management training program gives your team strategies to manage excessive interruptions, email, IM and app intrusions, and multitasking, and reclaim the treaure lost in the fray, attention. Deploy key email rules that can turn the siege around and end the overwhelm. The more control we have over messaging, the less stress, the more attention, and the quicker the work gets done. 

Your team will be able to dramatically improve productivity and sanity with the strategies in this program. Don't panic. There is light at the end of the in-box. 

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Email Overload Programs

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Manage Email, So It Doesn't Manage You

NO MATTER WHAT INDUSTRY YOU'RE IN, there's only one business you're really in these days—the clicking business—checking, sending, and receiving, and occasionally getting some work done. The average knowledge worker gets 133 emails a day and receives 77 instant messages. It's not sustainable. No wonder it can increase stress and aggravation 105%.

Email is the electronic rabbit, multiplying at a pace that's not sustainable. It's time to spay and neuter by putting humans in charge, instead of the devices. We help you do that with our Information Overload Management program.

The Cost of Email Overload

Email overload costsUNBOUNDED EMAIL TAKES A HUGE TOLL on productivity. One Intel report found that the cost of lost productivity from email overload for large firms with more than 50,000 employees is $1 billion a year. That's billion with a B.

It doesn't have to be that way. With proven strategies developed by researchers and the best practices, you can get e-overload under control, starting today.

 

Information Management Training Programs and Courses

END THE CHAOS OF UNBOUNDED EMAIL with our staff training program and web course, "Control Email Overload," also available to individuals. Your team gets actionable tools to reduce the volume of messaging and manage interruptions so that you can get more done in less time—and you set the terms of engagement, not the devices. 

• Learn how to dramatically cut the number of interruptions from email

• Get strategies to reduce the back-and-forth and endless volleys

• Use practices proven by the research for the most productive email management

• Create an email etiquette handbook to establish effective team/company norms

Cut the flood of messages, lower stress, and allow your organization to get a lot more done. Click on the button below or the Price Quote button in the left column for details on our email training programs and rates. 

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The Email Overload Survival Kit

 

Joe Robinson's audio program, "The Email Overload Survival Kit" provides a taste of our email management trainings and courses. It gives you practical strategies to help cut the staggering volume of messages flooding offices today. Email proliferates like rabbits. Each email results in six messages, three going, three coming back. The average corporate user spends the equivalent of 100 days a year doing nothing but email. Think of the work you could get done if you got some of that time back.

 

"The Email Overload Survival Kit" guides you through the tools of the best email management. This 37-minute audio download arms you with the latest research to manage messaging. It dramatically improves productivity and reduces stress by allowing you to:

  • Reduce the volume of email, going out and incoming
     
  • Define the most productive email checking schedules
     
  • Set email rules and etiquette
     
  • Minimize interruptions, end disruptions

Free up time to get some work done. Control the electronic rabbit.