Daily e-mails pour in about what to do in regard to situations involving work related e-mail. Many times these problems could have been avoided if folks just used some common sense and discretion in how they chose to use their employer’s resources. When at work and using your employer’s resources — which includes computers, online […]
Too many assume an informal of a tone in their business e-mails. Yes, with those you know very well, be as informal as you like. But for all other business e-mails, you should be as formal as possible until the situation clearly dictates otherwise. Informality in business e-mail is like wearing a wrinkled suit, a […]
A site visitor wrote… I was the recipient of yet another “email” faux pas, the automatic reply, one that has not been carefully checked before the “enter” key was struck, to whit: I sent an email requesting information for an article. I received, in part, the following automated reply: “… it might take some time […]
Part and parcel of effective e-mail communications is the ability to communicate with clarity — which includes ensuring that your tone is consistently relayed as the conversation is ongoing.
I once did a T.V. interview where the topic was “MeMail.” MeMail is all about the sender. Their views, their photos, their discretion, their personality. They are just thinking of “Me” and what they want to do at that time when it comes to their business e-mail activities. MeMailers don’t think about how their actions […]
How we handle e-mail errors, whether they be in judgment or oversights once we discover they have been made, is what separates the professionals from the rest. With your business e-mail in particular, the biggest mistake made is simply not paying attention to what you are doing. When it comes to e-mail, and informal approach, […]