Email Productivity Expert - Speaker for your Conference

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E-mail Productivity Keynote Series

Enhance your next conference with a one of our e-Mastery keynote presentations by an email productivity expert. Each presentation explores the highly practical best-practice e-mail strategies developed from over 20 years of Steuart’s research and experience as a specialist in workplace productivity. Steuart will customise your preferred presentation so that it meets your event brief and help to make your conference memorable. These presentations are also ideal for a business breakfast, lunch ‘n learn session, executive or team meeting.

The WWW of Mastering Your E-mail

There are 3 key strategies needed to get control of the inbox and master incoming e-mail and its demands. This presentation explores how to quickly get a grip on e-mail overload, gain more control, reduce frustration, save an enormous amount of time and radically improve workplace productivity and communication effectiveness.

7+ Ways to Write More Effective E-mail

With over 80% of business communication now handled via e-mail, email has become central to getting anything done in business these days. This presentation highlights 8 ways to construct email so that you get what you want from every e-mail you send.

The Science of Writing Customer-focused E-mail

The ability to identify ‘hidden’ aspects of e-mail communication is critical to being able to build relationship, rapport, trust and agreement when using e-mail. This presentation reveals how to have influence and improve your sales, negotiating, customer service, leadership & influencing results when using e-mail.

Other Presentations

3 Keys to Managing E-mail & Information Overload

Most busy professionals these days are struggling to keep up with the avalanche of incoming information and e-mail they receive every day. This presentation explores 3 proven strategies for managing overload so your team have more time, attention and energy for the important priorities of their roles and responsibilities. A 15 minute version of this presentation was delivered for the 2017 Information Overload Research Group's Conference - watch it here


Recent Clients



Yesterday was a lightbulb moment for me, as I finally realised I had been struggling under the crushing weight of e-mail overwhelm for years! When I went back to the office, it was like a brand new working experience for me. Today began just as freshly. So thank you!
— Senior Consultant | Leadership & Organisational Development | Monash University
I wish to confirm my statement re your presentation on ‘Mastering E-mail Overload’ was the best presentation I have attended in the past 20 years
— Andy Forster | Finance Consulting & Accounting
Gidday Steuart. During yesterday’s meeting at the Significant Events stage, Anthony, one of our members talked about being overseas for 5 weeks and coming back to a fairly large inbox.  He then said, ‘Thank goodness we had Steuart speak on his one touch e-mail process.  It saved me heaps of time.’  True value from our speakers means permanent impact and your name keeps on coming up in our regular meetings.  Well done and keep up the good work
— Bob Kerr | Chairman | TEC 48 - Newcastle

Free Resource

In this radio interview where I give a brief overview of the 3 key strategies for mastering your e-mail


Contact me now to enquire about a presentation for your next conference

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You’ll be pleased to know I’ve successfully implemented your key recommendations and have actively used them for over a month now after being at one of your presentations.

My inbox – which had built up with such things like confirmations of seminars, webinars, concert and movie tickets and rafts of mostly pointless communications since 2008 and numbered in the multi-thousands but thankfully had all been at least read - now is consistently zero each day and being managed strategically.

I have a functional folder structure which works well and I have added common actions as Quick Steps to automatically move my replied emails to appropriate action or archive folders. Thanks for your productive advice; it’s such a satisfying feeling staring at an empty Inbox.