We’re rapidly coming up to the biggest event in the Compliance calendar – the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics’ annual national conference! Although it’s called “national,” last year there were attendees from 40 countries!
This year’s SCCE conference is taking place in National City, M.D. (near Washington DC) at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center on Sept. 15 – 18. If you’re joining, I’d love for you to come to one or both of my sessions. I’m performing a session on what else? Choosing Metrics that Matter. I’m also joining Kirsten Listen and Jenny O’Brien to bring leadership skills to the forefront in “Launching Ladies into Senior Leadership.” Don’t worry – men are invited to come!
If I’m not performing a session, you’ll likely be able to find me in the Spark Compliance Consulting booth in the Exhibitor Hall. If you’re coming to the conference, email me to set up a time to say hello so I don’t miss you! I’m at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll see you there!
According to studies, the average worker sends 40 emails per day and receives 90. To put this in perspective, if your company has 1000 employees, the team will send out 40,000 business emails in just one day!
Your email box can be a time vampire, but there are tricks to taming the monster. Here are three hacks you can use to make email work for you instead of the other way around.
Templating via signature
Do you find yourself writing similar emails all the time? From accepting meetings to responding to requests for information on the due diligence process, you probably write similar email responses multiple times each day. To make this process more efficient, draft templates for the emails you write all the time.
To take this to the next level, use the “signature” function in your email system. ..
Don’t use the Default for Meeting Times! A simple trick to save Time.