Over time, your (and staff’s) efficiency and productivity is impeded by:
- Being expected to use Outlook without any prior experience or training.
- Software upgrades without accompanying training
- IT helpdesks being increasingly focused on solving problems – not on education
- The lack of books or resources available for email users to turn to
- The result, you and others at your company may spend an hour sorting through your emails whereas if you knew the shortcut or function the entire task would have been accomplished automatically.
How the cost adds up
Time is money. Even if half an hour is wasted each day needlessly trawling through emails, this can equate to a minimum of $4,500 lost per year, per employee!*
Now take this figure and multiply it by the number of employees using email in your company. The cost is enormous.
While you can’t stop what is sent to your or staff mailboxes – beyond what the IT department filters out as spam or inappropriate email – you can make an enormous difference to productivity by learning how to easily and swiftly manage your Inbox – whether you receive 20 or 200 emails a day.
Learn how to:
- Work the 2010 Ribbon
- Have your emails automatically: Read, sorted, files, answered, forwarded, deleted.
- Turn contacts into a stunning marketing database
- Cut at least ½ an hour a day off working in your inbox
- Never forget to follow up again
What’s more, if you’re in business you’ll love the added strategies to improve your marketing and email prowess. The time saving tips will absolutely claw back hours wasted in your inbox. You’ll pump up your personal productivity. In fact this is a book that everyone uses email should have!
Conquer Your Email Overload – Superb Tips and Tricks for Busy People
Is the first of its kind. Following a simple question and answer – problem and solution approach, the book takes the reader through all the most common email frustrations, from losing an email, to dealing with email overload, so that your employees can make email work for them. With over 300 tips, ideas, shortcuts and strategies Conquer Your Email Overload is sure to be an essential desk top reference for everyone who uses email.
* Based on 200 business days a year = 200 X .5 = 100 hours per year. 100 x $45 per hour wage = $4500