Your team will eliminate the chaos in their inbox using an integrated system.
Your team will better manage distractions and interruptions and be in control.
Your team will learn how to prioritise their work to get more done.
Not knowing how to efficiently manage the never-ending flow of email shouldn’t be holding your team back, causing them to fall behind on important work.
Your team deserves a systemised, planned approach to managing email that will have them meeting their deadlines and with the capacity to get more done. I can help.
By the end of the session you will know how to:
If you and your team are frustrated by the volume of email you receive and find it difficult to manage the associated work, I completely understand. Having worked in the corporate sector for many years where all my work came to me via email, I too felt frustrated and became determined to find a way to get out of my Inbox and on with my work.
I developed the solution whilst delivering programs for a variety of clients and realised this was something valuable I could share with other people.
That was over a decade ago. Since then I have helped thousands of people experience the freedom of working from an empty Inbox by managing all their work from an integrated workload management system set up in Outlook.
“Very insightful and fantastic delivery. A lot of information, however it was broken down in simple steps and easy to follow along so I didn’t feel overwhelmed. I’m so glad I signed up.”
“Fantastic workshop. One of the best I have ever attended! I look forward to putting my learnings into practice and changing the way I have previously worked. I think I’m going to feel less overwhelmed, better able to manage my work, and much more efficient.”
“This workshop has taught me so much about features of Outlook I didn’t know how to use, and some that I didn’t even know existed. It has revolutionised the way I will use Outlook and I can see how it will certainly increase my productivity.“
“Amazing workshop. For something that everyone assumes they can do, there is so much content in the course which the title alone doesn’t suggest.”