Saturday, September 30, 2006

E-mail Etiquette...Important Rules our Moms Never Taught Us

The majority of my clients didn't grow up with email, but most have come to embrace it as a useful communication tool that can expedite the exchange of information and accelerate the time spent making important decisions. During your job search campaign, email will be used frequently to promote your candidacy and build/reconnect with your network. The professionalism and accuracy of your email messages are just as important as that of your resume and cover letter and should be taken just as seriously. In her book, Manners That Sell, Lydia Ramsey reflects on The Top Twelve E-Mail Mistakes That Can Sabotage Your Career. Can you honestly say that you avoid all twelve mistakes when using email? It's never too late to learn from your mistakes and improve the quality of your search strategy moving forward.


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