Dinesh Divekar
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Dear all, I am working in a corporate culture, all the activities goes from through mail only. Mail letter is only way to impress superior , can anybody help me, how to write business mail, Is there any web address where I can find different mail letter

a.k saini

From India, Jaipur
Dear AK Saini,
Mastering skills was never easy task and neither will it be. If it were to be so easy then world would have been far different place.
Google or any other website or our good old books can only give you the knowledge. Conversion of this knowledge into the skills requires guidance and supervision of some instructor.
You need to take a formal training on "E-mail and Business Writing Skills". Further you need to practice lot. Then only you can master these skills.
I have conducted this programme on E-mail writing several times. Recently one of the members of this forum attended my training and later uploaded her comments. You can click the following link to check her comments:
https://www.citehr.com/244638-traini...tiquettes.html
It will be my pleasure to conduct similar training for you.
Thanks,
Dinesh V Divekar
Management & Behavioural Training Consultant



From India, Bangalore
Of course you can refer to books, websites and attend training sessions. But after learning the basics, practice makes a human being perfect. While writing:
1. Use standard greetings. Use short crisp sentences.
2. Avoid jargon and slang. Be precise without trying to sound rude or ordering or agressive or even offensive.
3. Read and re-read your work and polish it.
4. Incase you are aware of somebody in your department who is good at this, give that person the draft to rectify.
5. Also read that person's e-mails , it will help you a lot.
6. Never write an e-mail or a letter when you are tired, or irritated , angry or frustrated, your personal feelings should never be depicted in the way you write.
7. Finally develop your own style of writing.
Happy Writing.
Hope this helps.
Regards
AP

From India, Mumbai
Hi, You can find this info in the search tab given above,also i am attaching a file it would be helpful for you to draft business mails.
From India, Mumbai
Hi, You can find this info in the search tab given above,also i am attaching a ppt which i got from citehr itself.
From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: pps Writing Effective Emails CITE HR.pps (298.5 KB, 3902 views)

Hi Angrez Kumar,
You can refer to books like "Business Communication" by Urmila Rai & S.M.Rai.
You can also visit the website How to Write a Business Email for better refference.

From India, Dhanbad
Business communication or mail is the basic of transforming any offer into an Order from prospective customers. So it is very important.
From India, Delhi
Dear Friends,
The first and foremost thing is DO NOT BE IN THE MOOD to impress your boss with emails or otherwise. What is most important is EXPRESSION. Pl express yourself in simple, short and honest messages or communications. Since, all of us are from HR domain, our expression about our colleagues to Boss/Management should be with EMPATHY.
The rest I agree with our other contributors.
Best wishes and happy expressions.

From India, Chennai
Hello Sir
this is Neetu from Delhi.Can you please tell me when you are coming to delhi for these sessions for is there any procedure for online training..What is the cost of these programme
Regards
Neetu
9873440494

From India, Delhi
I am into admin, I have responsibility to draft a mail to Romania HR Asking for Invitation letter to visit there for a training. can u plz help to draft a good mail for that.
From India, Bangalore

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