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    Business E-Communications: Writing Effective Emails, Email Management, & Job Applications

    Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET
    $149.00
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    In this webinar, we will review common problems with e-communications, such as burying a key point at the end of a message, or ineffectively conveying multiple ideas in one paragraph. We will cover appropriate methods of correspondence based on the relationship between the author and the recipient. We will likewise discuss how to communicate your attitude without sounding defensive, annoyed, sloppy, or rushed. You will walk away with a new approach to written communications. From proper grammar to concise formulas, you will learn best practices to improve your writing daily.

    This is a rebroadcast of a program that was recorded on the 11th of May 2018. 

    Overview

    Well-written communication can motivate and activate a target audience. You have many opportunities to engage your colleagues, customers, and business partners with written words. If your communication contains misspellings, grammatical errors, typographical errors, punctuation errors, and incorrect words and emotion, you will miss connecting. If you miss the connection, your audience may not respond with the intended actions. This session will help you reach your audience through improved writing.

    Covered Topics

    •        Structured Formula: What is the Purpose of the Message? What are the Supporting Details of the Program? What are the next steps to be taken? 
    •        Discuss appropriate correspondence based on the relationships of the parties to the communication
    •        How to Convey Tone or Attitude in Written Form
    •        Balancing Content (Need-to-Know Information) & Context (Nice-to-Know Information)
    •        Managing Email: Permanence of Messages, Professional and Reputational Concerns, Problems with Socialization
    •        Handling Professional Correspondence: Controlled Emotions, Concise Composition, Thoughtful Attachments
    •        Grammar Tips & Techniques

    We Will Discuss

    • Proper Grammar
    • Written Etiquette
    • Emails to Colleagues
    • Emails to Superiors
    • Emails to Customers
    • Mailed Correspondence
    • Resumes
    • Cover Letters

    Who Should Attend?

    All employees will benefit from this session, but it will be especially useful for entry to mid-level employees who want to advance their career path. 

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    This is a rebroadcast of a program that was recorded on the 11th of May 2018. 

    Overview

    Well-written communication can motivate and activate a target audience. You have many opportunities to engage your colleagues, customers, and business partners with written words. If your communication contains misspellings, grammatical errors, typographical errors, punctuation errors, and incorrect words and emotion, you will miss connecting. If you miss the connection, your audience may not respond with the intended actions. This session will help you reach your audience through improved writing.

    Covered Topics

    •        Structured Formula: What is the Purpose of the Message? What are the Supporting Details of the Program? What are the next steps to be taken? 
    •        Discuss appropriate correspondence based on the relationships of the parties to the communication
    •        How to Convey Tone or Attitude in Written Form
    •        Balancing Content (Need-to-Know Information) & Context (Nice-to-Know Information)
    •        Managing Email: Permanence of Messages, Professional and Reputational Concerns, Problems with Socialization
    •        Handling Professional Correspondence: Controlled Emotions, Concise Composition, Thoughtful Attachments
    •        Grammar Tips & Techniques

    We Will Discuss

    • Proper Grammar
    • Written Etiquette
    • Emails to Colleagues
    • Emails to Superiors
    • Emails to Customers
    • Mailed Correspondence
    • Resumes
    • Cover Letters

    Who Should Attend?

    All employees will benefit from this session, but it will be especially useful for entry to mid-level employees who want to advance their career path. 

    Presenter:

    Carly Souther

    Carly Souther is General Counsel and COO at iTod. She is a member of the Florida Bar and has a J.D. from The Florida State University College of Law. She provides in-depth legal research and analysis of banking rules, regulations, and case law for iTod's speakers and clients alike. Contact Carly at carly@itod.plus