SCORE East Bay 


Tuesday, January 26, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM PST
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This is an online event. 

This workshop will be conducted online only, via Zoom. Registered participants will receive an invitation to the Zoom meeting 3 days prior to the event. Please respond to the invitation to confirm your attendance. The invitation will include a link that you should click to join the workshop.

Conquering Email (Online)

SCORE Counselor - Deb Smith-Hemphill

Workshop List Price $40  Discounted Price $15

 Conquering Email is a workshop for the majority of us for whom dealing with business-related email is a “necessary evil” that has to be managed efficiently and effectively as your business grows

Do you recognize these signs that you could or should improve your skills in this area?

  • Do you feel overwhelmed by email and feel like you’ll never catch up?
  • Do you realize sometimes you have missed a customer request or opportunity sitting in your inbox?
  • Are you using your inbox as a never-ending to-do list?
  • Does email consume your every waking hour?
  • Do you get distracted from other, more important tasks due to constant email notification interruptions?

Conquer your email once and for all…

In this workshop you will learn:

  • When email is the right tool and when it’s not.
  • How to compose email messages that get results.
  • The power of add-ins.
  • A process to get to Inbox Zero and keep it that way.
  • The main email clients discussed will be Gmail and Outlook.

Led by SCORE Counselor - Deb Smith-Hemphill.

 Deb Smith-HemphillDeb Smith-Hemphill - After earning Master’s and Doctoral degrees at Columbia University, Deb spent eight years at AT&T in management slots around the USA, most recently as General Manager, Small Business Systems, Pacific Rim.

 She formed DSH Enterprises a consulting practice near San Francisco, specializing in training/coaching for management and organizational skills. In 1995, her practice expanded to include a specialty in executive readiness. Clients include but are not limited to industries related to communications, retail, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, government, aerospace, internet commerce, law, construction, tech, and higher education.