- Created: Wednesday, 22 June 2011 17:49
- Written by Elizabeth Danziger * WorkTalk Communications Consulting
What else can you do to irk the readers of your emails?
Here are a few more examples from our nationwide survey.
Not Providing a Context
- People who respond to a question that was asked in an e-mail without including the original email, so their response is out of context and forces you to look up the original e-mail you had sent to see exactly what you asked…
- Failure to include the previous message in your reply
Solution: Either include the previous email or give the reader a clue to what your email is responding to.