Email Etiquette [Thread 440996] - CiteHR
V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Anil.arora
Administration Head
Skhadir
Strategic Business Management Includes Revenue
ACT
Training, Motivational Speaker, Writing,
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hi all,
I am new member on this. i am going to give training on email etiquette. i have searched one new document. let me know how the document appearence should be and also let me know what all the contents should mention.
Thanks,
Chaithra
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Email Etiquette, whether we work for a large corporation or for ourselves, in our professional or social life, in every communication we have to adopt a good style /etiquette that makes our communication simple/professional and effective. We know how much it matters to us today in our business and professional life.

This is an important factor to consider when composing any email you may want to send, but especially so when it comes to business email writing. If your emails are poorly written or contain misspelling or poor grammar then it is going to make your company look bad. It is also very important to follow simple etiquette rules to make sure your information comes across well.

this is really an important thing and while working on this assignment you have to take care of many things..

You said that you have searched one document but it seems you forget to attached here and until you share how can we say what you have and what you required more.

Well now you need to go through the following links where our members already have discussed this topic and have shared many presentation which can be useful to you

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https://www.citehr.com/77276-email-e...owerpoint.html

https://www.citehr.com/48147-ppt-email-etiquettes.html

You can also go to Email Etiquette Rules - Policy Patrol <link updated to site home>
Hi
Here is one more link in addition to the above which does have some interesting inputs that you will find very useful
https://www.citehr.com/426761-how-im...#ixzz24dNPJ3lU
Regards
Hello M V Chaithra,
Welcome to Cite HR.
In addition to the references made above, you can also click on those available
in the right side of the threads, in this very page.
V.Raghunathan..................................... ....................... Navi Mumbai
Dear Chaitra,
Greetings. I hope you are very strong personality. Kindly do consider my views and try answer my queries favoring your professional career.
1) Could you be kind enough to share more info about your current role, expertise and years of experience you have as on date.
2) Do you have sufficient knowledge about EMAIL ETIQUETTE which you might have gained over period of time.
3) Did you ever supported or helped anyone in DRAFTING A PROFESSIONAL EMAIL.
4) There is a specific difference between a TEACHER and TRAINER. Trainers use their experience to train individuals supporting "EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING SYSTEM" where as TEACHERS just teach whatever is written in books/course material. Now you need to analyse your role - A TRAINER or A TEACHER.
With profound regards
Hi All,
Thanks for the links Mr. Arora.
Here is my request to give me idea on writing Email Subjects. I listened through my colleagues and friends that there are some Email etiquette shortcuts.
I knew some like
FYI
PFA
RFP and hardly 2 more words.
One of my friend told that, with the some shortcut placed in Subject, means that the SUBJECT is MATTER and need not to check for the content in the mail.
I request if anyone know such etiquette please let me know....
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