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Week 2 Original post: Tue 6/27/2017 at 10:04 PM

I currently work in an environment where communication is everything. My plan is to learn as much as I can to improve my communication skills. Email is one of my main sources of communication. Every day I send emails to company leadership, customers, peers, and stakeholders. It is very important that the emails I send are grammatically correct and the tone must fit the recipient. On a day to day basis I use email a minimum of ten hours a day. I am currently employed by T-Mobile. Our organization would suffer tremendously from poor email communication. In the wireless industry communication is a priority. For example, I email my customers a recap of any changes or updates that I make to their account. The emails that I send to my customers are not personal, therefore; I make sure the information I provide is grammatically correct and accurate. An email that is sent with an error can be costly to the organization and my reputation as an employee. I always proofread any form of written communication for errors.

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Re: Week 2 Posted: Wed 6/28/2017 at 3:49 PM, in reply to Sharii A Hill

Shari, I agree with sending non-personal emails while on the job. It is very unprofessional. Sending a incorrect email can injure the organization. I agree with all the points that you have made.

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Re: Re: Week 2 Posted: Wed 6/28/2017 at 6:09 PM, in reply to Willie Lee Wilcher

I have seen a few email error that were accidentally sent to the incorrect recipients. I try to be mindful and double check everything before I hit the send button. btc mixer

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Re: Week 2 Posted: Thu 6/29/2017 at 8:30 PM, in reply to Sharii A Hill

Shari, like you, I communicate a great deal through emailing.  Being cautious about the messages that you send is very

important and if not written correctly can be misinterpreted.  For example, typing words in all caps can indicate that you

are shouting at the recipient. It's important to always proofread your message before you sent it to someone.  Creating an

email that is too casual can be a problem as well. I agree that you must know how to properly send an email and what tone

to create when doing so.

 

Works Cited

Business Communication for Success. (2012). Saylor Academy.

 

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