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15 articles to efficiently write effective emails in the workplace

How do you efficiently write effective emails?

Writing is something we do every day at work, especially the writing and answering of emails. The aim is to be effective while getting the job done in the least amount of time. We assume that the reader knows what they need to do as a result of reading the email. But is that always the case?

Time is of the essence so it's important to be both efficient and effective.

How can that be done?

Here are 15 articles on improving writing skills, in particular, the writing of emails.

You will learn how to:

  • Ensure that your email has a clear message
  • Harness the power of words
  • Keep your reader interested
  • Use punctuation effectively
  • Deal with writing overwhelm
  • Overcome writer's block
  • Use purpose versus outcome to write clearly

Here is the series of articles:Emails - pleasure or painHow to check your email has a clear directionPurpose vs outcome How to overcome that feeling of overwhelmHorrible Homophones  Do you eschew obfuscation7 tips to overcome writing blocksConfusing WordsThat vs which Business Writing Video Tip #46  Are your words working against you  Are you making this mistake with your emails Apostrophes and commasAre you overly reliant on technology to help you writeBusiness Writing Video Tip #24



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  • The Email Efficiencies self-study course enables you to efficiently write clear and concise emails that help your reader to understand what you want them to do. Find out if this course is for you.

Maria Pantalone

Maria Pantalone works with individuals and teams to make communication their strength so that their message is heard. Her programs help her clients to excel in their role and be recognised as leaders in their field.
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