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Kohola is a unique solution to email overload. We help entire organisations become more effective communicators and smarter users of email, creating a culture where everyone can Think Deeper.

What’s the challenge?


In offices around the world email needlessly swallows huge portions of the working day. The typical employee spends 30% of their time dealing with it, but most messages are unnecessary.

Organisations are drowning in never ending waves of communication; employees are losing focus and businesses are losing millions of pounds. There is little opportunity for anyone to take deep dives into their work as they are constantly interrupted by email.

And it’s only going to get worse with the proliferation of messaging systems like Slack and Yammer. More inboxes to check. More notifications for more messages. More distractions. Less actual work.

What’s the solution?


The solution to email overload lies in ourselves, not technology. We have a choice; using email is not compulsory. The communication method we choose determines how successful a communication will be.

Through interactive training we encourage people to take back control of their communications. We show how to make better communication choices that deliver real outcomes for their business.

We deploy our unique email dashboard software and enable people to become smarter email users through providing measured feedback on their email use.

Changing ingrained habits is challenging, so we provide individual tailored coaching to help people achieve a step change in the effectiveness of their communications.

What’s the benefit?


We cut the volume of email in organisations, reducing the time spent on email. We help people control their use of email, reducing interruptions and increasing periods of focus. Everyone can cash the returned time into real work and save the business money. An organisation of 500 typical email users could save £3m annually.

The burden of email is lifted from people. False perceptions around email are dispelled. People engage more, build stronger relationships and have more communication successes. Wellbeing improves as people are happier in and out of work.

Organisations become more agile. They can react faster to challenges and opportunities by having people who make the right communication choices.