According to a McKinsey study, today an average employee spends 11 hours per week reading and replying to emails – a completely reactive activity, which is not part of anyone’s job description unless you’re in email marketing or sales. Therewith email is the second most time consuming activity for employees, next to “role-specific tasks.” According to the email statistics report, business professionals sent and received 121 emails a day, on average, in 2014. Hence, it is hight time that the Inbox Zero principles of Merlin Mann and the Getting Things Done method of David Allen make their way into the corporate world. That is what we are here for to do. Just send us an email and learn how we can help to improve the time management skills of your team.
Inbox Zero Time Management Training Goals
- Regaining control of one´s inbox
- Attaining best practices of effective email management
- Increasing productivity
- Streamlining email processes
- Avoiding common, time-consuming mistakes
- Communicating more effectively
- Becoming an inbox zero superhero
Suggested Time Management Training topics
- The inbox zero principles from its inventor Merlin Mann
- How to set up the inbox zero system from Merlin Mann in Outlook and / or Gmail step by step
- Alternative systems to inbox zero
- 7 habits to daily inbox zero
- The 4 D´s of email management
- Writing template responses for common emails
- 10 rules for writing efficient emails
- Creating email filters
- General time management principles and tips
Anybody dealing with a load of daily emails will benefit from this training.
Every participant requires a laptop or PC with Internet access for the workshop.
The zero inbox training is a 7-hours workshop, which typically takes place between 9.30h and 16.30h.
We can offer this training at your location for competitive packages. Please send us an email to receive a quote.
Joern Steinz is founder of the business training agency SkillDay in Hamburg, which helps companies to seize the digital chances of the 21st century. Mr. Steinz born 1975, holds an MBA from the EADA Business School in Barcelona and has worked as a consultant at Accenture and in corporate development roles at XING and the freenet group.
Jörn Steinz (MBA)