Feeling overwhelmed with the day ahead? Not sure how to tackle a growing to do list or an overflowing inbox of emails?
Here are our steps to help you manage your day:
Now that you have organised your day, here are four ideas on how to better manage your inbox to maximise your productivity and workload.
Start with this question. Sending an email generally requires a response with actions so think about whether it can be delivered face to face or in a team meeting If you do answer yes, think about whom the audience is and what message needs to be conveyed.
Format your email so that the important information is up top and in a logical order.
Sending an email generally requires a response with actions so think about whether it can be delivered face to face or in a team meeting.
The use of CC should only be for information and not for actions for those that are included.
Linking back to idea one and whether the email needs be sent, providing due dates or call to actions will be welcomed by the audience for managing their time and response back to you.
Adopting these four ideas will help manage the number of emails in your inbox and the responses received each day in managing your workload and supporting relationships and personal goals.
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