In last week’s blog, we discussed how to use e-mail etiquette to write professional communication that gets results. This week, we’ll discuss how to address some of the privacy issues that can come along with e-mail use.
This month’s New York State Society for CPA’s newsletter featured an article discussing CSS President Jayne Latz’s recent presentation on communication skills for young professionals. Click on the link below to check out the article, entitled: “Presenter Guides Chapter Members in Developing Soft Skills”. http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/50af08e6#/50af08e6/20
Even though e-mail has become the one of the most widely used forms of business communication, many people still use inappropriate e-mail practices, making their communication seem unprofessional and sloppy. Use the following tips to create the most effective business e-mail you can:
While many people know that Corporate Speech Solutions provides accent reduction services, we are often asked about the details of our program. In this week’s blog, we’ll discuss how our program works and the specifics of how we can help you communicate your very best. Corporate Speech Solutions offers private, customized training. All of our […]
If you’ve been keeping up with our blog over the past few weeks, you’ve picked up several tips and tricks for interviewing well, from establishing rapport with your interviewer to preparation. In this week’s post, we’ll address how to answer your interviewer’s questions in a professional engaging manner. Length is Key: When responding, be aware […]