Lean Email is for busy people who are sick of email overload and want to get their life back.
It's a hybrid program with a blend of
Virtual workshops + Online learning
IMMEDIATE RESULTS OF GOING LEAN
Better Quality Emails
Messages will be clear, concise, easy to read, and more influential
Imagine your inbox without so many useless CCs, BCCs, Reply Alls, and FWDs
With less time wasted on email, you'll have more time for high value work
Are you ready to cure your email migraine?
HOW THE PROGRAM WORKS
Three Virtual Workshops
Day 1 - Kickoff call
Day 15 - Midpoint coaching
Day 30 - Final workshop
+ 30-Day Online Course
Four critical skill areas
Short video modules
Desktop and mobile friendly
Lean Email is perfect for teams with remote workers.
WHAT YOU'LL MASTER
1. Email Efficiency: Tips & best practices
2. Etiquette: Rules of engagement
3. Influence: How to get cooperation
4. Structure: How to get quick replies
5. Style: Visual design and tone
WHY LEAN EMAIL WORKS
It's packed with great content AND includes live coaching from Geoff Weinstein, an expert in workplace email. You'll be invited to share your own sample email.
“The dividends have been huge: improved client satisfaction, streamlined workflows, clearer communication, less stress for employees and capacity gains across the board."
Dann - Senior Manager of National Sales Support
Lean Email is designed for busy people who don’t have a lot of extra time, so most of the videos are just 5-6 minutes long and delivered in a plain language webinar style.
Below are some of the topics.
When to Use Email
Know when you should just pick up the phone.
Don't break your reader's attention.
Write a subject line that gets clicked.
Personality of Email
Focus on your tone and the formality of your messages.
Build and format your lists properly to speed up reading.
Learn the right and wrong ways to start an email.
To, CC, BCC, FWD
Use these properly or annoy your audience.
Use words that make you appear assertive and confident.
A simple formula to engage the audience and get them to act.
Make it easy on the eyes so your audience reads it.
Motivate people to cooperate with you... willingly.
Regards, Best Regards, Cheers, Thanks? End on a high note.