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New Book Revolutionizes Way People Handle Email Inboxes - Unload Email Overload
Author and consultant, Bob O’Hare, claims “This little book can save professionals, leaders and managers hundreds of hours of their precious time.”
Author and consultant, Bob O’Hare, claims “This little book can save professionals, leaders and managers hundreds of hours of their precious time.” He continues “Companies lose millions of dollars of productive time every year because employees are constantly diverted from their priorities by the gong of their Smartphone.”
Managing email takes way too much time because people never learned to do it effectively. As a result, they are constantly interrupted, spend countless hours processing email, re-read emails that languish in their inbox, store email they don’t need and suffer from information overload. Today you can find dozens of articles on the Internet crying about the pain of information overload.
Unload Email Overload, written for professionals, very busy individuals and management, documents the MasteringEmail™
Unload Email Overload will enable readers to give up doing email over dinner, while driving and when they get in bed. Can think of more pleasant ways to spend that time, yes? MasteringEmail™
Unload Email Overload
Author: Bob O’Hare
Publisher: Balboa Press
Published: November 2012
About the Author:
Bob, as an engineer and computer scientist, developed computer communication systems and one of the first personal computers. After that career in digital technology, Bob did postgraduate work in organization development and founded Performance Improvement Technologies, Inc. With this company, Bob facilitates corporate change, coaches executives and provides professional development services. He emphasizes the human side of leadership.
Concern by professionals and management about information overload, excess email, and productivity loss encouraged Bob to seek a solution for these issues. He researched the field and developed the MasteringEmail™
Bob and his wife, Carol, two married children and three grandchildren, live and work in the Philadelphia area.
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