- Your inbox is full of a backlog of unread or unanswered emails
- Paperwork spills onto every available surface
- You’d like to get more stuff done in less time, while looking effortless in the process
Date: Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Time: 10 - 11am
Huge volumes of email are a fact of office life, yet it threatens to overwhelm our work. Is there a way to get email under control short of mass deleting your entire inbox? Yes there is! In this fun and engaging session, you will learn how to:
- Clear out inbox backlog, no matter how large
- Identify different types of actionable email and respond accordingly
- Create an efficient organizational structure for your email software
- Reliably locate archived email
- Celebrate the joys of an empty inbox!
Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Time: 10 - 11am
Is your inbox overflowing? Is your work spilling onto every available surface? Do you want to get more stuff done in less time while looking effortless in the process? In this energizing session, you will learn the best practices for workflow management based on an internationally-recognized system. This includes discovering:
- The definitive five phases of workflow
- The key questions to ask about any item on your physical or virtual desk
- The role of functional folders for later action or reference
- The importance of a weekly review
About the presenter: Doug Crane has been a librarian for over twenty years, and currently serves as Director of the Palm Beach County Library System. He believes that librarians should be on the forefront of using and teaching productivity tools and tricks to help the public manage their information more effectively, and writes at The Efficient Librarian blog.
These webinars are coordinated by the South Central Library System, and are co-sponsored by NEWI ( Manitowoc-Calumet Library System, Nicolet Federated Library System, Outagamie-Waupaca Library System, and Winnefox Library System), Southwest Wisconsin Library System, Indianhead Federated Library System, Northern Waters Library Service, and Winding Rivers Library System.