Author: David Grossman

The Definitive Guide to Taming the Email Monster

Resource Author:  David Grossman, The Grossman Group
Resource Date:  01/25/2011
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Workplace email. It’s out of control, causing problems for employees and employers. So why do we all put up with it? It turns out that not everyone is.

The world’s leading companies—along with businesses of all sizes and stripes—are deciding enough is enough, and taking steps to curb the overuse and abuse of work emails in their organizations. Thanks to employees who are more stressed than ever and companies looking to cut back on unproductive hours, it’s a trend that’s capturing global attention.

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The State of Workplace Email: Enough Already! Stop Bad Email

Resource Author:  The Grossman Group, LCWA Research Group
Resource Date:  06/06/2012
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In the newly-released report, “Enough Already! Stop Bad Email,” based on custom research, The Grossman Group tackles the state of email in the workplace, getting at the heart of the problem and laying out the solutions. Based on data from corporate executives, middle managers, and employees in Fortune 1000 companies, this pioneering study identifies the good, the bad, and the ugly—really ugly—of email, revealing what needs to stay and what needs to go.

It’s time to give employees their lives—and sanity—back.

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The A List Part 1: The 17 Most Read, Most Commented On, and Most Thought-Provoking Lists for Communicating Your Way to Great Leadership

Resource Author:  David Grossman, The Grossman Group
Resource Date:  10/09/2012
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Who doesn’t love a list? Simple, concise, efficient, lists are a great way to put all the important information in a single place for quick reference and to help us avoid distraction. They help us remember (think grocery and laundry lists), keep us organized (a to-do list at our sides at work ensures nothing slips between the cracks), and give us direction (those same lists help us know how and what to prioritize).

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