We believe that it is high time to create a better email culture in the workplace that allows us to use this medium of communication as a tool for progress rather than allowing our inbox to become a bottomless pit which we dread to engage with. The use of emails represents vast limitations as well as immense potential. Finding the right balance is difficult – and it requires that we embody what good practice means. When it comes to emails, there is a fine line between productivity and obsession. We are glad to see that Jocelyn K. Glei is giving a workshop in London, organised by the Guardian, on the 16th of November.
And while you are at it, take a moment to read her piece on reflection and productivity.