Write Better Emails: Tactics for Smarter Team Communication
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- Improve your email writing skills in simple steps
- Learn proper email etiquette and business writing techniques that get you results
- Avoid common errors in email messages that confuse people
- The #1 Udemy bestselling course about email communication in teams
- Improve communication within teams
- Save time in writing and responding to emails
- Write clear email messages that explain exactly what you want
- Get higher response rates from teammates
- This course is for employees in organizations who frequently communicate via email with their team members (at least 5 or more on a regular basis).
- No special tools or are necessary. Any email client (like Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, etc.) will do.
**The #1 Udemy bestselling course about email communication in teams**
**Over 38,000+ students have taken this course with successful results**
Learn simple email writing skills that will help you become a better communicator and influencer with your team.
Master Writing More Effective Emails Using Research-Based Guidelines
Assign tasks using the "3Ws" to increase influence
Create powerful subject lines to ensure readability
Present options to reduce back & forth emails
Use "If...then..." statements to increase accountability
Simple Email Writing Tactics that will Save You Time and Frustration
Most employees spend over 11 hours per week reading and replying to email messages. In this course, you'll learn how to spend less time and improve communication with your team members. You'll also understand how to make your messages more effective using simple tweaks.
For example, you'll learn how to make your emails more scannable and how to break your long emails so that they're easier to read. You'll also learn the common mistakes people make when they ask questions in emails, and how to avoid them.
Powerful Business Writing Skills You Will Use for Your Entire Career
Email is not going anywhere.
Although new tools (such as Slack) keep popping up, email is still the main tool used for team collaboration around the world. Moreover, employers consistently list "good business writing skills" as an important pre-requisite for most job requirements, and proper email etiquette is a critical component for getting a job. So you'll learn powerful email writing skills that will help you for your entire career.
Content and Overview
This course contains over 20 lectures and 1.5 hours of content. It is designed for any manager, employee, or entrepreneur who regularly works in teams of 5 or more people.
The content includes over 18 tactics about solid email writing skills that help you draft emails to minimize confusion with your team.
The course is delivered in a format that is easily digestible for busy professionals.
Each tactic includes an overview of why it works, and an example of how you can apply it in the real world.
The course also covers a few case studies of horrible emails, and how you can avoid them (including the "Reply All" syndrome).
Here are the tactics that are covered in this course:
How to Assign Tasks in Emails (using the 3Ws)
How to Write the Perfect Subject Line
Write Emails that are Five Sentences or Less (TL;DR)
Break Long Emails Into Two Parts
How to Make Your Emails Scannable
Show Instead of Tell by Attaching Screenshots
Spell Out Time Zones, Dates and Acronyms
Use "If...Then" Statements
Present Options Instead of Asking Open-Ended Questions
Re-read Your Email Once for a Content Check
Save Drafts of Repetitive Emails
Write it Now, Send it Later Using "Delay Delivery"
How to Properly Use "Reply All"
Reply to Questions Inline
Reply Immediately to Time-Sensitive Emails
Read the Latest Email on a Thread Before Responding
Write the Perfect Out-of-Office (OOO) Auto Reply
Share the Rules of Email Ahead of Time
The course is technology-agnostic. This means that it doesn't matter which email technology tool you use (Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, etc.).
By the end of this course, you'll be able to communicate and collaborate better with your team. You'll improve your business writing skills, your email writing skills, and email etiquette skills. You'll also save time and increase your productivity in writing and responding to emails.
★★★★★ "This course has some excellent tips for clear email communication that I have never thought of before. Suitable for all levels, even those who consider themselves an expert in email writing." - Lisa Irawan
★★★★★ "The course was short, which is good, but to the point with a clear message. I would really recommend to go through it when you're struggling with a full mailbox and your email management." - Tomas Harcar
★★★★★ "I've been writing work emails for years, so I'd like to think I know what I'm doing, but I learned a lot of new things from this course. The instructor backs up most of his tips with research and live examples. It takes very little time to get through all of the videos, and you might be able to skip some of them, depending on your needs (the titles make clear whether they'll be relevant to you). Very helpful from a project management perspective." - Christine Browne
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- This course is designed for employees who rely on email to communicate and collaborate with their teams (at least 5 or more team members).
- The focus of this course is mainly on employees or entrepreneurs who work in US-based organizations.
- This course is NOT for someone who is interested in email marketing (i.e., using email to sell products or services).
A quick introduction about the "Write Better Emails" course, and four reasons why you should take it.
An overview about how the "Write Better Emails" course is structured, and what you can expect to learn.
In this video, we’ll discuss how to assign tasks in emails so they’re crystal clear to the person on the receiving end. I’ll also go over what I call the “Three W’s” and how to use them strategically so that your team members will follow through on your task assignments. I’ll also share some best practices so that you reduce any potential miscommunication with your team.