Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Professional etiquette. Get inspired and try out new things.
Loving this grid! Language is so key to showing up confidently like the BOSSES we all are!
Willow Oak Business Consulting saved to Coaching
Efficiency Keep your e–mail message short and to the point. The e–mail subject should be detailed enough to give the recipient an idea about the e–mail content without having to open it. Single words like “Hi” or “Hello” or “Help” are unhelpful, think of meaningful but short titles. If you have to e–mail more than two documents as attachments, zip them into one file. Doing so would ensure that the recipient will not miss downloading any file. There are many programm1
Karen Aban saved to Va tips
How you communicate greatly impacts the way you're perceived. Here are 15 communication etiquette rules you need to know.
Danett W saved to professional
Creating autoresponder email messages while you are out of the office is essential in business. Here are 7 examples that you can use as a reference.
Raquel Tocha saved to Onboarding
Don't make a fool of yourself.
Ashley Staab saved to My Day Job...
My thoughts on exclamation points and nicknames.
Writers Write saved to About Writing For Business
Email Etiquette Resource - Shared on Student Affairs Professionals Facebook Page
Linsey K saved to email etiquette
Anyone who's ever started a new job has found there are unwritten rules -- interpretations of business etiquette and aspects of office culture, among other things. There was a great Twitter thread about "invisible furniture" -- in that new hires will bump into the invisible furniture/unwritten rules because they're, well, invisible/unwritten -- and we thought we'd round up the unwritten rules in OUR offices. Kat's remembering face time rules, rules about access to bosses as well as…
Lisa Davis saved to Work/Office life