Ppt on email etiquettes

Email Etiquette (Netiquette). What is Netiquette?  We expect other drivers to observe the rules of the road.  The same is true as we travel through.

the rules of the road.  The same is true as we travel through cyberspace.  Netiquette - network etiquette or Internet etiquette  We expect other drivers to observe the rules of the road.  The same is true as we travel through cyberspace.  Netiquette - network etiquette or Internet etiquette Why is Email Etiquette Important?  We interact more and more with the written word all the time  Without immediate feedback/


Your key to effective communication. Email Etiquette.

impressions upon us. Without immediate feedback your document can easily be misinterpreted by your reader, so it is crucial that you follow the basic rules of etiquette to construct an appropriate tone. The elements of email etiquette General format Writing long messages Attachments The curse of surprises Flaming Delivering information Delivering bad news Electronic Mailing Lists General Format: The Basics Subject Dear Mr/


Workplace Etiquette Your “Ticket” to get anything and anyplace you want.

jokes that involve race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity or national origin Act too “touchy feely” Send sloppy email messages Borrow things but forget to return them Play music in your cubicle that others can hear Forget to say / some of the benefits of having a culture that believes and follows generally accepted workplace etiquette? Benefits of having Workplace Etiquette Increases employee job satisfaction Avoids misunderstandings Increases productivity Makes the workplace a happy / stress /


Corporate Etiquette. Explain What is Corporate Etiquette List the Benefits of Corporate Etiquette Explain How to Show Etiquette in Communication List.

Your coffee won’t take long; I will just order it now. No, thank you. Maybe some other time. Introduction Please email me your catalogue as well. Ok, I will take your leave then. Sure, I will do that. Introduction Sure, take care./ Synergy Employee Engagement Employee Engagement: ‘Employee Engagement’ is crucial to the smooth and successful working of a company. Corporate Etiquette helps to use your good workplace behaviour and manners to help improve your confidence. The following are a few methods through/


GAELIC SUMMER CAMP E-MAIL ETIQUETTE University of the Witwatersrand Simon Mofokeng.

workgroups and the External Internet Communities. The purpose of this presentation is to ensure the proper use of email system and make users aware of what is deemed as acceptable and unacceptable use of the system. E-MAIL ETIQUETTE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE USER Legal Risks: email is a business communication tool and users are obliged to use this tool in a responsible, effective/


Email Etiquette Megan Corson ENGL2116-003. Email Etiquette Why is Etiquette Important? Tips for Writing Emails.

. (Cover Story).” Administrative Professional Today. 40.3 (2014): 1-2. Business Source Complete. Web. 29 Mar. 2014. Bullard, Lisa G. “Electronic Etiquette.” North Carolina State University Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. 2009. 29 March 2014. Gaertner-Johnston, Lynn. “Email Etiquette: 25 Quick Rules.” Syntax Training. 2014. 29 March 2014. Louden, Katie. “Boosting Communication Skills.” Collector (0010082X) 78.11 (2013): 40-42. Business/


Email Management Charlotte ARMA Meeting – 4.21.09.

Email Defining Email Email Management Email Management Email Do(s) and Don’t(s) Email Do(s) and Don’t(s) Email Etiquette Email Etiquette Filtering Filtering Thoughts from the group Thoughts from the group Email Email (electronic mail) is the exchange of computer-stored messages by telecommunication. Email (electronic mail) is the exchange of computer-stored messages by telecommunication. An email/ ignorance are far more common than maliciousness. Email Etiquette (continued) Be careful with humor and sarcasm/


International Student Skills Seminars Weds 9 September 2015 Business skills & etiquette CRICOS Provider: 00111D | TOID: 3059.

September 2015 Business skills & etiquette CRICOS Provider: 00111D | TOID: 3059 Swinburne Presenter:Olivia Doyle International Student Advisor - Employability International Student Life Tel 9214 8248 Email odoyle@swin.edu.auodoyle@swin/  Put elbows on the table until after main course Swinburne SCIENCE | TECHNOLOGY | INNOVATION | BUSINESS | DESIGN 57 Dinner etiquette – reading the table setting Swinburne SCIENCE | TECHNOLOGY | INNOVATION | BUSINESS | DESIGN 58 Swinburne SCIENCE | TECHNOLOGY | INNOVATION /


Professional Etiquette. What is Etiquette?? Webster’s II New College Dictionary defines Etiquette as: The forms and practices prescribed by social convention.

skills (Yea) –Take complete phone messages (name, date, time, reason for calling, where they can be reached) –Cell phone – TURN IT OFF Office Etiquette Email – –Make subject line specific –Address emails –Reply to a question- copy question into your email and then provide your response –Follow standard writing guidelines - business letter format as a professional courtesy –Keep it short and concise –Include your name/


Email Etiquette UNT in partnership with TEA. Copyright©. All rights reserved.

summary of “Arpanet” into your document. Using an internet search engine, search for “email etiquette.” Copy at least 3 email etiquette rules into your blank document. Using an internet search engine, search for “email disclaimer statement.” Copy at least 3 email disclaimer statements into your blank document. Compose an email to your teacher (Teacher’s email address) In the subject line, type Your Name [ i.e. Jane Doe/


Essential Office Etiquette

amazing to find that in this day and age, some companies have still not realised how important their email communications are. If your company is able to deal professionally with email, this will provide your company with that all important competitive edge. 56 Good Telephone Etiquette The five step process to ensuring a professional telephone conversation… 57 STEP 1 Greet the caller, identify/


Lesson 15.2: Professional Communication

others already have of you, in ways that can be either good or bad. Read on for some email etiquette tips. Then you will partner up to come up with your own additional tips to add to the list! Email Etiquette 1. Be concise. If the email warrants a long response, consider calling the person or talking face to face instead. Avoid wordiness and use/


APPEARANCE AND PROFESSIONAL IMAGE - ETIQUETTE. HOW DOES ETIQUETTE BENEFIT YOU? Enables you to be confident in a variety of settings with a variety of.

listening skills Take complete phone messages (name, date, time, reason for calling, where they can be reached) Cell phone – TURN IT OFF OFFICE ETIQUETTE Email – Make subject line specific Address emails Reply to a question- copy question into your email and then provide your response Follow standard writing guidelines - business letter format as a professional courtesy Keep it short and concise Include your name/


Professional Etiquette. How Does Etiquette Benefit us? Differentiates you from others in a competitive job market Enables you to be confident in a variety.

listening skills –Take complete phone messages (name, date, time, reason for calling, where they can be reached) –Cell phone – TURN IT OFF Office Etiquette Email – –Make subject line specific –Address emails –Reply to a question- copy question into your email and then provide your response –Follow standard writing guidelines - business letter format as a professional courtesy –Keep it short and concise –Include your name/


Email Etiquette in the Workplace -. Email Etiquette Always use a subject heading and a signature Be concise and to the point Be professional –Use proper.

–Use proper layout, punctuation, grammar. –Do not use abbreviations like “b4” and “I’ll get back 2 u” in business correspondence. –Capitalization and “flaming” –Use professional address in professional communication Email Etiquette Read it before you send it Privacy- anyone can forward, print or copy your words Remember that the recipient only has your words Don’t use/


LIBS100 Email Etiquette and Hoaxes May 16, 2005 L. Galloway.

get back 2 u” in business correspondence. –Capitalization and “flaming” –Use professional address in professional communication Email Etiquette Read it before you send it Privacy- anyone can forward, print or copy your words Remember that the recipient only has your / need to RECORD the web site name to REPORT this source. Assignment 1 Write me a 3-paragraph email (use the email etiquette points!) –Para 1: Summarize the email – what is claiming or asking? What information is the sender attempting to gather (1 & 2) /


Email Etiquette Workshop Your key to effective communication.

an appropriate tone. Without immediate feedback your document can easily be misinterpreted by your reader, so it is crucial that you follow the basic rules of etiquette to construct an appropriate tone. The elements of email etiquette General format General format Writing long messages Writing long messages Attachments Attachments The curse of surprises The curse of surprises Flaming Delivering information Delivering bad news/


Email Etiquette. Netiquette Netiquette = Network etiquette the proper way we communicate and interact with each other using email over the Internet.

-on pieces Careless writing skills demean your intelligence and integrity Email Etiquette Unspoken Expectations… Try to reply to an email within 24 hours Establish an organized filing systems Keep copies of important emails for reference Use separate accounts for personal and business emails Email Etiquette Unspoken Expectations… Don’t forget to say PLEASE and THANK YOU Your email should not be longer than 1 screen (if you need/


Professional Etiquette. How Does Etiquette Benefit You? Differentiates you from others in a competitive job market Enables you to be confident in a variety.

listening skills –Take complete phone messages (name, date, time, reason for calling, where they can be reached) –Cell phone – TURN IT OFF Office Etiquette Email – –Make subject line specific –Address emails –Reply to a question- copy question into your email and then provide your response –Follow standard writing guidelines - business letter format as a professional courtesy –Keep it short and concise –Include your name/


Understanding Business/Workplace Etiquette 1. Students will be able to : Interpret appropriate workplace etiquette in order to analyze employee expectations.

People feel better when they feel respected Translates into better customer relationships 4 Email Etiquette Consult your organizations rules for email use. Include a subject line. Keep it brief. Pay attention to grammar and spelling. Use a pleasant tone. Dont forward junk mail. 5 Email Violations CAN Jeopardize Your Job Work email is not private Many companies monitor their employees work accounts for unprofessional conduct/


Professional Etiquette Dr. Lisa Bullard CHE 451. When I think of etiquette, I think of…

their own. – Hindu  What you would not wish done to yourself, do not do unto others. – Chinese The Case for Etiquette  Good manners open doors that position and money cannot.  Treating people courteously because we feel that they are important or can help our/. It’s getting out of hand. You should: a)Stop the communication and let things cool off b)Send one more blistering email, summarizing the situation and how upset you are with that person’s behavior, and :cc the recipient’s supervisor c) Change the/


Hotel & Restaurant Training Services Etiquette for Everyone!

executives receive employees. Client and dignitaries receive company executives. Remembering names in business is good etiquette. Social-Business Etiquette Basics Social etiquette is most valuable for the first and lasting impressions. Meeting people in the business or formal/formal thank you note or email. Proofread and check the spelling of your writing. Email letters should always have a subject line and a signature when possible. In closing, the most important social etiquette is to be respectful. Speak/


Business Etiquette Group B - Lindsey Preston, Nicholas Brogdon, Devin Webb, Gary Mims and Sara Grooms.

No headwear unless for religious purposes Flip flops or any other open toed shoes are discouraged Co- worker Etiquette Respect personal space in the office Know the company hierarchy and where you fit Give appropriate compliments to coworkers/ Summarize at the end Follow-up Email Etiquette Avoid lengthy emails Pay attention to tone of the email Don’t use punctuation marks to make things important Always use subject line Respond promptly to your email Phone Etiquette Always identify your self and your /


Email Etiquette UNT in partnership with TEA. Copyright©. All rights reserved.

summary of “Arpanet” into your document. 3) Using an internet search engine, search for “email etiquette.” Copy at least 3 email etiquette rules into your blank document. 4) Using an internet search engine, search for “email disclaimer statement.” Copy at least 3 email disclaimer statements into your blank document. 5) Compose an email to Mrs. Steele (steele.period1@gmail.com )steele.period1@gmail.com In the subject/


Email Etiquette Make sure your e-mail includes a courteous greeting and closing. Helps to make your e-mail not seem demanding or terse. Address your contact.

to avoid relying on formatting for emphasis; rather choose the words that reflect your meaning instead. A few additions of the words “please” and “thank you” go a long way! Email Etiquette Be sure you are including all relevant details or information necessary to understand your request or point of view. Generalities can many times cause confusion and unnecessary back and forths/


Email Etiquette Tips For Professionals. The Internet age brought instantaneous communications with a more casual interaction than face-to-face or even.

offers a financial advisor a unique opportunity to stay in close contact with clients. Making the most of this powerful method of communication requires both skill and restraint. Implementing proper email etiquette portrays professional attitude and makes communication valuable and respectful. Ready to make a move? If you are planning to buy an existing book of business or sell yours, we can/


Email Computer Literacy 1 Transition Plus Services.

of a good password that is in the form of a sentence. Type it here  ----------- (internet etiquette) guidelines: Email etiquette Avoid typing in all capital letters Always fill in the subject line Use appropriate/professional greetings and closings when typing your message Email etiquette WHEN SOMEONE RECEIVES AN EMAIL WRITTEN IN ALL ------- --------, THE READER MAY THINK THE WRITER IS YELLING AT THEM, LACKS TECHNOLOGY SKILLS OR/


E-mail etiquette and effective email use A brief guide on e-mail etiquette for Pathway Group Staff and Associates By Safaraz Ali www.pathwaygroup.co.uk.

potential claims. This PowerPoint discusses the main etiquette rules and provides points for noting and guidance for staff and associates. Why do we need e-mail guidance? A company needs to implement email rules for the following three reasons: Professionalism/from costly law suits. What are the etiquette rules? There are many email guides and many different etiquette rules. Over the following slides we list what we consider as the 29 most important e-mail etiquette rules that apply to nearly all companies./


Email Computer Literacy 1 Transition Plus Services.

particular folder, click on it’s checkbox and select “Move to”. Then, choose where you’d like to move the file. Move and delete emails To delete an email, select the email and click on the trash icon. Netiquette (internet etiquette) guidelines: Email etiquette Avoid typing in all capital letters Always fill in the subject line Use appropriate/professional greetings and closings when typing your message/


USING EMAIL ON THE JOB Kerri Bright-Flinchbaugh Writing Specialist Brody School of Medicine, ECU.

THE JOB Kerri Bright-Flinchbaugh Writing Specialist Brody School of Medicine, ECU Topics to be addressed To email or to memo Considering your audience Inappropriate uses of email Email etiquette Email writing as a process Specific kinds of transactions in email writing General tips Email writing as a rhetorical act Email requires consideration of the same rhetorical elements as you use in letter writing and phone calling: Subject/


An Introduction of Multimedia Etiquette 2006 ----Nicole Huang.

writing an email or talking to people in a chat room. --from Cambridge Advanced Learner Dictionary NHIT 2003Multimedia English Multimedia Etiquette Email Netiquette Computer Etiquette Internet Etiquette Copyright & Educational Fair Use NHIT 2003Multimedia English Email Etiquette Clearly summarize/notice of current assignment has been cancelled) NHIT 2003Multimedia English Multimedia Chaos Incitement: Incitement: Someone sends emails to one, a few, or many people, criticizing some class of people (e.g. those /


© 2014 wheresjenny.com Business etiquette Business Etiquette.

Picking your teeth at table © 2014 wheresjenny.com Business etiquette Correspondence Etiquette Every written invitation gets a response unless it asks for money Respond within a week Email Etiquette E-mail only those people to whom your messages actually pertain/ grammar check before sending messages-be brief and clear Learn that email should be used for business rather than personal use. © 2014 wheresjenny.com Business etiquette Office Etiquette Be self aware and use common sense. Mind your own business/


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on the slides to indicate that the information on the slide was taken from that particular source. Why is email etiquette important? We all interact with the printed word as though it has a personality and that personality makes positive /It is because of these uncomfortable situations that some ground rules on email etiquette were established and why email writers should be mindful of them. The elements of email etiquette General format Writing long messages Attachments The curse of surprises Flaming /


BELLRINGER What is the purpose of email? Who uses it?

you may begin PPT. 10/17/2012 Bellringer: What is a distribution list? And, what is its purpose? (If you do not know the answer, look it up) Schedule: Finish Email Etiquette PPT Present PPT’s (volunteers) Review previously covered information 10/18/2012 Bellringer: This week is CTE Week. What does that mean? And, why is it important to this school/


“Untangling the Web - E-Mail Etiquette” “Untangling the Web - E-Mail Etiquette” Written by: Keith C. Ivey Presented by: Michael Persons.

into being in the last ten years, blending the two words “Internet” and “Etiquette” It refers to the generally accepted conventions of politeness that are used in email, message boards, and general internet communication. Learn how to use your e-mail program/Otherwise, the character will likely show up as nonsense on the recipient’s computer. Unless you know that the recipients email program is able to recognize advanced instruction sets, use only plain ASCII text. Otherwise, the character will likely show /


How to use email safely and efficiently. Contents   Features with email Features with emailEmail etiquette Email etiquette  Compressing files with.

and efficiently Contents   Features with email Features with emailEmail etiquette Email etiquette  Compressing files with a zip Compressing files with a zip  Email with zip Email with zip  Saving emails and files Saving emails and files  Setting up a group email Setting up a group emailEmail errors Email errors  Email signature Email signature  Setting up a auto reply Setting up a auto reply  Using the address book Using the address book Contents   Reply you/


What We’ll Cover  Email Etiquette  Answering the phone  Websites  Publications  Stationary and clothing.

informative  Don’t sound like spam  Reflect the entire content  Shorter is better  Update subject line when conversation changes Email Etiquette: Using To, Cc, and Bcc  Put names in To field in proper order  To is not Cc  Do not/ share private addresses  Be aware of escalation with Cc  Tell recipients to reply or reply to all  Use Bcc with caution Email Etiquette: Opening and Closing  Do not address people by their full names  Be aware of generation preference  Use titles where appropriate /


etiquette Etiquette s always go to any of the following: Staff

.co.uk sales@progress-media.co.uk technicalhelp@progress-media.co.uk EMAIL ETIQUETTE · No text speak or slang words · Uses a suitable subject line in the email · Add signatures to emails · Setup contacts · Use CC and BCC · Use high & low importance · Use folders to store email · Always writes emails well by: · Starting all emails by addressing the reader:Hello mr or madam · Using paragraphs · Ending all/


Professional Email Etiquette. Why Learn Email Etiquette? From: Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2014 11:29 AM To: Subject: _______________________________________________________________.

Will these send the right message?: crazeegirl@yahoo.com beerlover@hotmail.com littleflirt69@yahoo.com studmuffin@verion.net When to Use Professional Email Etiquette Communications with: Teachers or professors Colleges Businesses or organizations Employers Anyone you wish to be taken seriously by Traditional Business Letter Includes a greeting and a closing (Dear & Sincerely) Correct /


Emails This presentation is all about emails, email etiquette and email software. I will go through these things step by step to give you a clear understanding.

to give you a clear understanding. By Laura Phipps Sending an Email with attachment. Email with Compressed File Groups Here is the group I made, in which I added 2 contacts. Sending an Email to my Group Email Etiquette and Dangers A company needs to implement etiquette rules for the following three reasons: Professionalism: by using proper email language your company will convey a professional image. Efficiency/


This presentation will be all about emails, email etiquette and email software. I will be going through each one of these individually and thoroughly step.

receiver of the message) having any knowledge of this. Email Etiquette  A company needs to implement etiquette rules for the following three reasons:  Professionalism: by using proper email language your company will convey a professional image  Efficiency: emails that get to the point are much more effective than poorly worded emails  Protection from liability: employee awareness of email risks will protect your company from costly law suits/


Professional Email Etiquette. Why Learn Email Etiquette? From: Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2014 11:29 AM To: Subject: _______________________________________________________________.

would like to check my brothers grades peace out This is the content of an actual email sent by a student to the Superintendent’s office. Use a Professional Email Address Will these send the right message?: crazeegirl@yahoo.com studmuffin@verion.net When to Use Professional Email Etiquette Communications with: Teachers or professors Colleges Businesses or organizations Employers Anyone you wish to be/


DIGITAL ETIQUETTE Teachers Students Quiz What is Digital Etiquette? What is Digital Etiquette? Social Networking Social Networking Cyber Bullying Cyber.

seem like youre angry or yelling QUIZ BEGIN QUESTION 1 A person who is sending a Christmas card to their aunt would have to worry about digital etiquette more than a person who is emailing their teacher about an assignment truefalse You got it right! Errrrrr wrong! Try again! QUESTION 2 Using “text talk” and abbreviating words is always appropriate when online/


Workplace Etiquette.

sexual orientation. religion, ethnicity or national origin And More Are too “touchy feely” Invade your personal space Send sloppy email messages Borrow things but forget to return them Play music in their cubicle that others can hear Forget to return the/ Other employees feel uncomfortable and left out when in the presence of these employees. What do you think? Does workplace etiquette demand that employees should always speak in a language that everyone can understand? Scenario #2 Helen, a new employee, /


Email Etiquette for Students. Why is Email Etiquette Important? We interact more and more with the written word all the time With large, impersonal lectures.

immediate feedback from the reader, it’s easy to be misunderstood Elements of Email Etiquette Basics Tone Attachments Complaints Good topics for email Bad topics for email The Basics When mailing a teacher, ALWAYS include your full name, class period/graphical symbols only when appropriate Use contractions to add a friendly tone Attachments When you are sending attachments, include in the email the filename, what format it is in, and the version of the program –Attached: “Project3Proposal.doc” This file /


Email Etiquette for Students. Why is Email Etiquette Important? We interact more and more with the written word all the time With large, impersonal lectures.

immediate feedback from the reader, it’s easy to be misunderstood Elements of Email Etiquette Basics Tone Attachments Complaints Good topics for email Bad topics for email The Basics When mailing a teacher, ALWAYS include your full name, class period/graphical symbols only when appropriate Use contractions to add a friendly tone Attachments When you are sending attachments, include in the email the filename, what format it is in, and the version of the program –Attached: “Project3Proposal.doc” This file /


Etiquette Adapted from the Purdue University Writing Lab

on the slides to indicate that the information on the slide was taken from that particular source. Why Is Email Etiquette Important? We all interact with the printed word as though it has a personality and that personality makes positive and/ the comments carefully. I expect you to use these comments to improve your future writing assignments. The Elements of Email Etiquette General format Writing long messages Attachments The curse of surprises Using a professional tone General Format: The Basics Write a/


PARM. List your three top Manners / Etiquette Pet Peeves.

Speak using proper grammar. #9:Avoid use of slang and foul language. #10:Never touch another person’s things or children. Workplace Etiquette for Electronic Devices General rules: #1:Never, ever use a cell phone in the following locations: The bathroom (public or private) / #7:Don’t use “Reply to all”. #8:Avoid sending or forwarding chain emails. #9:Don’t coerce by copying up. #10:Use a signature with contact information. #11:Use the email tools: “Plan a Meeting”, “Out of Office” #12: Re-read your message/


How to effectively use email and other electronic communications.

that will work with you as well as web servers and service representatives. Review of Topics Be aware of who (etiquette) and how (ethics) you are communicating. Be aware of who (etiquette) and how (ethics) you are communicating. Your email is your ambassador. Your email is your ambassador. Text messaging when and where? Text messaging when and where? Websites what do I need? Websites/


9/5: Email General considerations Your SLU email Email etiquette.

/services/ITS/forward.html http://www.slu.edu/services/ITS/forward.html –MAIL> SET FORWARD you@somewhere.com using http://mail.slu.eduhttp://mail.slu.edu Email Etiquette awareness of conventions is important essence of email: immediacy remember: email is never dead… –messages are easily forwarded –messages are used as proof “That’s not what I meant” –think and pause before you send it/


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