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Modern Communication


Modern Communication

Modern Communication

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  • 1. Modern communication Writing Better Email
  • 2. An inspiration from Management Article
  • 3. Quote Observe, record, tabulate, communicate. Use your five senses. Learn to see, learn to hear, learn to feel, learn to smell, and know that by practice alone you can become expert. William Osler
  • 4. Simplicity and simplification
  • 5. Short and precious
  • 6. Remember
  • 7. Communication is a two way process
  • 8. One is a Sender
  • 9. Second one is a Recipient
  • 10. Think
  • 11. Recipient point of view while drafting email
  • 12. See
  • 13. Recipient’s perception
  • 14. Common perception
  • 15. Objective is important
  • 16. Subject is relevant
  • 17. Questions ??????
  • 18. How to better Communicate (better email)?
  • 19. Accept this challenge
  • 20. Start action
  • 21. Try these 4 ways
  • 22. Do The Thinking Assume nothing Say it upfront Call to Action
  • 23. Brief explanations
  • 24. 1. Call to action. The number one thing that separates a memo, report, or PowerPoint from a tale of two cities is a call to action. Business writing is intended to get the audience to do something.
  • 25. 2. Say it up front. We are paid to not surprise our boss. Whatever the purpose of your missive, say it in the first line. Mystery and story are great ways to entertain and teach
  • 26. 3. Assume nothing. Do write in a manner where reader can absorb from your words, so do not assume be precise.
  • 27. 4. Do the thinking. How many times have you gotten an email that says, quot;What are your thoughts?quot; followed by a forwarded chain of messages. That's the writer saying, quot;I can't be bothered to explain my reasoning or what I want you to focus on. quot; When you write, make sure you've explained what you're thinking and what you want the reader to spend time on.
  • 28. Thank you,