Based on the title above, I thought I’d put together some tips that can help you try to write better emails. Is there a time that works for you to do that?
If some of the above sentences feel uncertain or even hesitant, it’s because they contain crutches that professionals rely on when communicating via email, which can be detrimental to their day-to-day work.
To help you avoid these pitfalls in 2023, Pyn has compiled a list of six common words and phrases in email that business people should ditch for good if they want to be more effective communicators.
Twenty years ago, according to Gallup polls, almost all Internet users could say that email has improved their lives (and that it was almost the only reason they used the Internet).
Today, that may not be entirely the case, as a generation of white-collar workers object to the infiltration of work into their personal lives by the always-connected nature of the internet. According to a 2022 survey by Glassdoor subsidiary Fishbowl, more than half of professionals even feel they can disconnect during paid time off.
In today’s world of work, our intense reliance on the media is all the more reason to be more effective communicators. Cut to the chase with every message you draft, and confidently hit the send button in 2023 with the following suggestions.