Newsletter - January 2022 Managing Email Volume

Mary Cullen
Post by Mary Cullen
Originally published January 20, 2022, updated January 20, 2022

Writing for Business Newsletter

Expert tips and strategies to enhance your writing at work
January 2022 Issue

As you're settling into 2022, at the office or working from your kitchen table once again, you may already be feeling overwhelmed by your inbox. 

If your inbox feels a bit cluttered, you've let messages pile up, or you just haven't found an effective email strategy that works for you, it's likely affecting your overall business writing more than you realize. Unrelenting email impedes our ability to think critically. Critical thinking, reflection, and planning are the foundation of good business writing. 

This video from our instructor Elisabeth O'Quinn provides specific tips to manage email volume, based on research and our recommendations, to ensure that you manage email instead of it managing you:



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Mary Cullen
Post by Mary Cullen
Originally published January 20, 2022, updated January 20, 2022
Mary founded Instructional Solutions in 1998, and is an internationally recognized business writing trainer and executive writing coach with two decades of experience helping thousands of individuals and businesses master the strategic skill of business writing. She excels at designing customized business writing training programs to maximize productivity, advance business objectives, and convey complex information. She holds a B.A. in English from the University of Rhode Island, an M.A. in English Literature from Boston College, and a C.A.G.S. in Composition and Rhetoric from the University of New Hampshire.