Have you ever felt bombarded by a large number of emails in your inbox that you do not know what to do with? Maybe you’re the person who seems to find yourself stopping in your tracks, no matter what you are doing, to meet the needs of someone who has sent you an email. The fact is, as useful and integral as emails are to a healthy and effective church, there is a point in which they can become harmful or distracting if they are not managed correctly. Rather than using emails as a productivity tool for communication, so many leaders will let their inbox rule their life. In this video, you will begin to understand the importance of managing your emails in a way that allows you to be productive in the other areas of your ministry.
A lot of the time, a lack of general organizational skills can lead to less control over your email inbox. Practical methods can help you with your email organization and productivity throughout the week. As you strive to take care of every email that is in your inbox, there are a number of things that you can do to ensure that you are not leaving work every day with a massive amount of unread emails. In this video, you will learn some specific organizational skills that you can use to decrease the stress that is brought by a full, unread inbox.
Maybe you know how to manage your emails well. Maybe you’re the type of person that never has a single unread email by the time you get home from work. That’s great, but there is a chance that this productivity is coming at the expense of the effectiveness of a different area of your ministry. If this is the case, it is important that you are able to maintain strategies that decrease the amount of time you spend on emails, while maintaining the same level of effectiveness when it comes to dealing with those emails. In this video, you will learn 7 tips for email management that are sure to help you manage your inbox, instead of having your inbox manage you.
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