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Email Etiquette Training from MMM Training Solutions(www.mmmts.com)

Email Etiquette Training from MMM Training Solutions(www.mmmts.com)

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    • Email Etiquette
        • Training Topics:
            • E-Mail Etiquette
              • General etiquette
              • Sending effective messages
              • Form and tone of the messages
              • Responding to messages
              • Organizing the different parts of an email
    • Email Etiquette
      • MMM Training Solutions
      • Contact: Pramila Mathew
      • Mobile: +91 98409 88449
      • Website: www.mmmts.com
    • E-MAIL ETIQUETTE Writing Powerful Messages
    • Parts of an E-Mail
      • Greeting
        • Using a name in the greeting:
          • Ensures recipient that message is for him/her
          • Is a social nicety
          • Develops rapport & connection
          • Creates a more professional impression
        • Deciding on the title:
          • Formal greeting – Use Mr. or Ms.
            • E.g.: “Mr. John Smith” or “Ms. Sager”
          • Informal greeting – Use only first name
            • E.g.: “John”
          • Casual Greeting – Use full name without title
            • E.g. “John Smith”
    • Closing
      • Choice of words:
        • Use “Sincerely” or “Regards”
      • Punctuation in closing:
        • Use comma
        • E.g.: Sincerely, Regards,
      • Details about signature blocks:
        • Best position is at the end of the message.
        • Ideal to use four or fewer lines.
        • Provides ways to “find” you other than replying to the email message.
        • People can trace you even if your message was forwarded.
    • Spacing
      • Spacing the Greeting:
        • Use a double space between the greeting and message.
      • Spacing the Message Body:
        • Sentences within a paragraph are single spaced
        • Use a double space to separate between paragraphs.
        • Do not indent the paragraphs.
        • Use a double space between the last sentence and the closing.
      • Spacing the Closing:
        • Use double space between the closing and the beginning of signature block.
        • Use single space within the signature block.
    • Subject Line
      • How do you ensure that your email is opened?
        • By using a good choice of wording in the subject line.
      • What is the purpose of the subject line?
        • To allow the reader to see at a glance what the message is regarding.
        • It serves as gatekeeper, determining whether the message is viewed by the recipient.
      • How important is the subject line?
        • The subject line is vital! It’s arguably the most important line you write in an email.
    • Replying to Email
      • Two ways to reply :
        • Maintain the “thread”.
          • Use this to reply to the message.
        • Create a new message.
          • Use this when addressing a new topic.
      • 2 reply buttons:
        • “ Reply ”: When you press the “Reply” button, the response goes only to the original sender.
        • “ Reply All ”: When you press the “Reply All” button the response goes to all the people who received the original message.
          • This is only an option if the mail was “CC’d” to others apart from you.
    • CC’s
      • CC’s: stands for Carbon Copy:
        • Decide who needs to get a carbon copy.
        • Sending every email to your superiors to create an impression will only create irritation.
      • Multiple Recipients:
      • When sending group emails:
        • Group all people in the same category under one name.
        • When creating a mail only the name of the group will be visible in the “To” line.
        • This provides privacy to the recipients.
    • Forwarding
      • Disadvantages of Forwarding:
        • Violation of privacy
        • Too many addresses make the message cumbersome
      • 2 options regarding forwarded messages:
        • Forward the message after deleting the list of addresses
        • Copy the information and paste it into a new message window.
    • Contact Information
      • MMM TRAINING SOLUTIONS
      • 59/29, College Road,
      • Nungambakkam, Chennai – 600006.
      • Landline: +91-44-42317735
      • Website: www.mmmts.com
      Pramila Mathew - Training Consultant and Executive Coach Mobile : +91-9840988449 ; E-mail : [email_address] Vikas Vinayachandran - Training Consultant Mobile : +91-9840932894 ; E-mail : [email_address]