Although e-mail is a valuable communication tool, its widespread use in academic and business settings has introduced some new challenges for writers.
Because it is a relatively new form of communication, basic social conventions for writing and responding to e-mail are still being worked out. Miscommunication can easily occur when people have different expectations about the e-mails that they send and receive.
The ‘E mail writing’ workshop offered by Bodhih answers important questions like : When is a brief message o.k., and when it is more appropriate to send a longer, more professional-sounding e-mail? How should a writer decide what style of writing is appropriate for each task? How can you prevent your e-mail from ending up in the junk pile?
Key Learning Points:
The importance of writing skills at work
How to ensure that your writing skills are up to scratch
The elements of business writing such as tonality, suitability and cultural sensitivity
Mastering the different types of mails
Avoiding miscommunications while sending an e mail
Learning Areas from this Training Program
Important components of an email
Tone of the mail
Suitability of sending an email
Culture specific e mail writing
Different types of emails
Ideal or Useful for:
Managers (All Levels)
Ideal Group Size
12 to 15 Participants
Download a Session Plan For E-mail Writing
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