Category Archives: E-Mails

Chat, Email, Phone, Or Meet? What’s The Best Option?

Have you noticed an increase in the use of IM, email, internal chat forums, and project management platforms to collaborate? Some of these tools have become our go-to in business, while meetings seem to be taking a backseat. However, writing … Continue reading

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The Courage Of Questions

Many of us think of communication as the delivery of words, information, ideas, opinions. And this is accurate – a Merriam-Webster definition of communication is “information transmitted or conveyed.” But what about the other important element in a successful exchange … Continue reading

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Do As I Mean Not As I Say

Marriage is all about communication. Sometimes that can go awry. The other day my husband and I had a miscommunication about something as silly as an email. Yes…an email. The Set-up My husband is a comedian and needed help with … Continue reading

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Make Your Emails Count: Follow these 5 Steps Before You Hit Send

You may have heard about the Associated Press photo editor who inadvertently inserted part of her cover letter applying for a position as Buzzfeed’s photo essay editor into an image caption for a photo that she then emailed to AP’s … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, E-Mails, Media Skills, Online Brand, Uncategorized, Writing Skills

Write Effective E-Mails

Sending an effective email can mean the difference between a prompt solution to a problem, or an agonizing wait for a response. When writing an email, focus on the reader and deliver your message clearly and concisely. Consider how your … Continue reading

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