Writing e-mails is the most widely used form of communication in the business world today. Because it’s still a relatively new form of communication, basic social conventions for writing and responding to e-mails are still being worked out…
…and miscommunication can easily occur when people have different expectations about the e-mails that they send and receive, especially if they are from different cultures.
So how do you put together clearly written, professional e-mails that get your point across in an effective manner?
You’ll receive tips and terms to use on the job to increase your confidence when corresponding with business associates around the globe so that you get it right – every time:
How can you prevent your e-mail from ending up in Deleted Files?
When is sending just a brief message okay?
When is it better to send a longer, more professional-sounding e-mail?
How should you decide what style of writing works for each task/client?
How should you respond when you don’t understand the e-mails you’re receiving?
Free proofreading offered to all course participants
About your course instructor:
Karin Lee is a former Tekna staff member who now lives in Tucson, Arizona.
She was born and raised in the US, came to Norway for one year and lived here for over twenty more. She has several years of experience teaching business English courses as well as translating and proofreading for the Norwegian public/private sector.
We serve sandwiches for those who want. from 16.30. Please tick the box for foodserving when you register.
We encourage our members to travel by buss. There is a bus stop in front of the hotel.
For those travelling by car parking at Jorenholmen is the best option.
We kindly request you to let us know if you have registered but are not able to join the course, so that we avoid unnecessary costs and food waste, and can give your place to another member in case we have a waiting list.