The Definitive Guide to Taming the Em@il Monster
Communication Expert David Grossman Creates the Definitive Guide for Reducing Email in the Workplace
By: Megan Ross
Jan. 17, 2012 - PRLog -- With major corporations around the world limiting workplace email as a means of reducing wasted time and improving business results, David Grossman, internal communications and leadership expert and founder and CEO of The Grossman Group, has released his new state-of-the-
The new free eBook—The Definitive Guide to Taming the Em@il Monster; Eliminating Email and What You Can do About It—addresses the strengths and weaknesses of email communication in business settings, provides easy to use solutions for bosses to improve communication, and outlines an achievable desired state for organizations, bosses and employees.
“Email is an important part of our daily lives, but email can be an endless beast of pointless distractions, drawn out disagreements and manic messages,” said Grossman. “In my new eBook, I tackle the email beast with easy-to-implement solutions for anyone who wants to reduce their emails, get untethered, and seeks more balance in his or her life.”
Grossman also shares tools and strategies for managing email in your workplace, and explains when it makes sense to use email—and when we should take advantage of the myriad other communication tools at our disposal, including face-to-face or telephone conversations.
Put an end to the tyranny of email. Download The Definitive Guide to Taming the Em@il Monster at (http://bit.ly/
Grossman’s take on workplace email and what we can do to tame the beast can also be seen on NBC Nightly News, who recently turned to Grossman for expert insights.
About David Grossman www.yourthoughtpartner.com/
A leading consultant, speaker and author, David Grossman is one of America's foremost authorities on communication inside organizations. Grossman is both a student and teacher of effective communication and is Founder and CEO of The Grossman Group (www.yourthoughtpartner.com)
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