Course ID: WFREMAIL

Writing for Results – Email

For all our complaints about emails, they continue to be an essential part of our professional and personal lives. The typical worker spends twelve hours a week writing, reading, sorting and deleting email. This writing program introduces and reinforces techniques to help you write emails that are easy to read, professional and concise.

This learning experience is full of activities enabling all participants to practice editing and re-writing sample emails and can be customized for unique business groups or applications within an organization. It can be delivered in various formats (virtual, face-to-face, “lunch and learn, etc.). Facilitators deliver the course using a collaboration software platform which enables a “hands on” approach and ensures a highly interactive learning experience.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • FOR THE INDIVIDUAL

  • Write and edit emails to make them clear and concise
  • Adopt techniques that will ensure email professionalism
  • Save time when writing email

    FOR THE ORGANIZATION

  • Increase consistency of written communication
  • Enhance the quality and value of email communication
  • Focus on email etiquette as part of an organization’s culture

MAJOR TOPICS
  • Pre-work – understanding the time spent on email and email “pet peeves”
  • Engaging today’s email reader
  • Capturing attention
  • Being clear and concise
  • Writing emails that are both conversational and professional
  • Using smart email practices
  • Knowing six ways to proofread perfectly

DESIGNED FOR
Business professionals who want to write emails more effectively and efficiently

FIELD OF STUDY
Communications and Marketing

PREREQUISITES
None

COURSE PRODUCER
Business Learning Institute

CPE CREDITS
2.0

LEVEL
Basic

This course is available for your group as:

Group Live
 

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