7 Reasons to Use Delay Delivery for Your Outgoing Email
Make a shift in how you think about email
Here’s an idea to make you more effective as a leader, influencer and communicator.
In business life, timing is important. The best time to deliver an email isn’t always when you’re ready to press send. Using Delay Delivery allows you to schedule your outgoing email for when they’re most likely to have maximum impact and allow you to get a quality reply.
The increasing need for email skills training
The key to getting control of your email is to recognise that email is real work
'Breaking Email' webinar - my interview with Michael Hoffman at LeanMail
Research shows that organizations should offer explicit and sustained email training to workers that focuses, not only on how to improve email strategies, but also on how to enhance email self-efficacy.
Breaking Email - the webinar
Listen in to this recording of the 'Breaking Email' webinar (34mins) where I interview Michael Hoffman to learn how LeanMail tackles the issue of email overload.
Here's how to get your inbox empty by Christmas
Listen in as I interview Michael Hoffman, founder of LeanMail, as we discuss ways to halve the time spent on email and turn it into a personal assistant to filter incoming messages, quickly prioritise new email and organises your inbox to help you keep track of all your open tasks and pending requests
This one page 'cheat sheet' shows you the 3 steps to achieve an empty inbox and includes a link to the powerful and proven 4D method that allows you to keep it that way into the future.