How to take back control of your email


Louise Linsey
Director of Customer Success, GetBusy
Director of Customer Success for GetBusy one of the largest productivity companies in the UK, with over 65,000 customers from small businesses to many of the UK’s top professional brands. Every day she works closely with organisations around the world to help transform their work management strategy and processes, educating teams on how they can increase productivity, workflow efficiencies and collaboration. Louise’s expertise and background lies in connecting people anywhere in the world, through the use of innovative cloud-based software platforms, consulting on applying intelligent solutions in context and sharing best practices.
Michael Tipper
Productivity Specialist
The celebrated personal productivity specialist. An international award winning speaker and author of 7 books, Michael regularly appears on TV and radio and is host of the Profit Productivity Podcast.

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With over 281 billion sent every day it’s no wonder email has become a major productivity problem. We’ll look at three major email problems you face everyday and show you how to take back control of your inbox.

Key topics:

Say goodbye to your bulging, messy inbox.

Ensure emails you send are dealt with.

Avoid security nightmares that could cost your business.

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