Every day, managers and professionals are getting buried under a continuing stream of both useful and useless e-mail. Without a system for getting “control of the beast”, professionals spend much of their work (and personal) time spinning wheels and feeling highly unsatisfied.
If you would like to get control of your e-mail “beast”, you should attend this program. Learn how to tame your e-mail account, with proven strategies for keeping your inbox efficient and under control by building and administering a personal “e-mail infrastructure”. Reduce the mess in your inbox by having “natural” places for your e-mails to go. Learn how to get rid of all those “quick little” e-mails once and for all, as well as how to mitigate or even eliminate much of that annoying junk and spam. Finally feel on top of your e-mail and related activities, rather than feeling it is on top of you.
What: Taming The Email Beast Workshop Presented by Randy Dean
Date: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Two Times to Pick From: 8:30am-10:00am or 10:30am-12:00pm
* Only 30 seats available in each session
Iowa Bankers Association Conference Center
8800 NW 62nd Avenue
Johnston, IA 50131
Register by Friday, April 11th
More on Randy Dean:
Randy Dean, MBA, the “Totally Obsessed” time management/e-mail guy, is a professional speaker and expert on time & e-mail management, effective organization, and the related use of technology. For more than 20 years, Randy has been leading popular programs and presentations for corporate, academic, conference, and association audiences. Obsessed with personal productivity and the effective use of time, he left a successful high-level marketing and management career to become a leading speaker and trainer. He is also the author of the recent Amazon e-mail bestseller, Taming the E-mail Beast: 45 Key Strategies for Better Managing Your E-mail Overload.
You will learn:
- Understand the nature of e-mail & information overload in today’s workplace
- Have a strategy for “splitting” work, personal, and junk/spam e-mails for greater efficiency
- Use a very simple “rule” for managing all incoming e-mail that allows for both greater speed and prioritization of those messages and embedded tasks
- Learn how to convert e-mails quickly into tasks, contacts, and calendar items
- Use embedded functions inside of your e-mail that allow you to “automate” certain common activities/messages
- Build a personal file “infrastructure” that can assist in achieving greater organization and possibly even “e-mail ZERO”!
- Better manage both sent and received CC’s, Forwards, and Replies, to reduce confusion and increase communication capabilities.