Email Etiquette - Business Writing - Cold Email - Business Etiquette - Email Productivity Hacks and Muc, Much More
What you'll learn:
- How to write detailed business emails
- How to Write emails to Colleagues
- How to Come Across as Professional Through Email
- Learn how to Deal with Uncertain Scenarios
Welcome to the Complete Email Etiquette Course.You are going to learn how to write emails and expand your business communication abilities. One of the most important ways businesses and individuals communicate with each other is through email. By learning the fundamentals of email etiquette, you will be prepared for any work situation to arise.
Most Courses talk about the spelling and grammar of writing emails, while this course specializes one what matters most when communicating–– creating messages that your recipient can understand and act upon. By enrolling in this course, you will learn how to speak to any audience through email. You will know the proper email etiquette to reach out to anyone you need for your organization.
Do the following points resonate with you?
Do you want to know how to ask your boss or work colleague to look over an important memo you're sending out?
How about someone from another work department that you haven't met?
Do you want to know how to reach out to an old contact for networking purposes?
We discover how to do these processes and more throughout the course.There are over 70 lectures of dense information to explore. Everything will be explained and you will understand how to apply the principles of email etiquette immediately.
What will students learn in your course?
How to write detailed business emails
How to Write Emails to Colleagues
How to Come Across as Professional Through Email
Learn how to Deal with Uncertain Scenarios
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
Be open to Learning
Keep an Open Mind
Who are your target students?
Students who want to create Fantastic Emails
Business Professionals Looking to Compose Emails
New Business Professionals Learning About Business Communications for the First Time