In this two- or four-hour workshop, participants will discuss the importance of writing good emails, identify the essential parts of an email message and recognize how stylistic elements can improve an email message. Participants will also learn the three different types of email messages and how they are organized.
Do your employees have any of these common workforce issues?
Create emails that lack essential email elements such as subject and salutation
Write long emails that are not easy to follow till the end
Write emails that lack clear purpose or call to action
Help employees learn to:
Identify the essential parts for an email message
Identify and apply other stylistic elements that contribute to effective email writing
Describe the three most common types of email messages and how they are organized
Target Audience: Individual contributors, managers, supervisors, and leaders, whose position requires them to influence through email communication