The E-Communication Boot Camp: E-mail, Text, Social Media, and More at Work
Make sure all your e-communications from now on convey the exact message you intend, for the exact results you want!
Don’t risk sending the wrong message! Learn how to write clear, error-free messages, and send the right message every time.
E-mail … text messaging … social media … there’s a number of ways to communicate quickly. Yet those short snidbits you type and send at the speed of light can no doubt come back to haunt you.
When you send messages that are unclear, contain errors, or project the wrong tone, you risk leaving others confused, tarnishing your reputation, and even worse-damaging critical business relationships.
Now more than ever before, with the widespread use of e-communication in today’s business world, you must be able to communicate clearly and confidently in every message you send. This brand new Audio Conference will show you how.
Improve your writing and your results with the techniques you’ll learn here.
In just one hour, you’ll gain proven tips and techniques that guarantee every message you write from now on will be clear, concise, error-free, and deliver the exact message you intend, for the exact results you need!
Sound too good to be true? Well, it’s not! You’ll learn how to avoid the most common writing mistakes … everything you need to know about e-communication etiquette … how to check for tone and clarity … plus much, much more!
Don’t risk another chance of being misunderstood! Make plans to attend this essential Audio Conference today.
A Glimpse at What You’ll Learn …
- The most common mistakes when sending an e-message and how to avoid them
- Quick tips for double-checking your message for tone and clarity
- All CAPS and punctuation: when you use what and where
- Tips for getting your message across in less words
- Everything you need to know about e-communication etiquette
- Situations when e-communication is inappropriate
Plus much, much more!
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