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eBook: Channel Choice Guide for Improving Team Communication
Not so long ago, emails, face-to-face meetings, and phone calls dominated office communication. Today, that’s all changed. Much of our communication is virtual, not in person. Employees have access to many more channels including team messaging, text, and social media.
All these options should lead to more productivity, right? Not exactly. Having so many communication options has led to lots of confusion and to some bad communication! Fill out the form to learn more.
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Effective service conversations - the basics of writing to customers with Leslie O’Flahavan I loved being interviewed by GrowthDot's Natalia Zhontsa, who asked me 11 provocative questions and...
Your customer should’ve read your company’s policy before purchasing your product. They kinda lied when they clicked the “I accept” box without reading a word of the fine print. Now, they’re...
Whether you and your team are working remotely a couple of days per week or you’re remote all day, every day, you’ve probably found that being remote has made you better at some tasks than you were...
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Do your customer service agents write e-mails that include embarrassing grammar or punctuation errors? Do they fail to answer customers’ questions? Is their tone unfriendly or curt? The Clear, Correct, Concise E-Mail workbook, a cost-effective, self-paced or instructor-led curriculum, will help you solve your agents’ e-mail writing problems. Clear, Correct, Concise E-Mail uses real e-mail exchanges between customers and companies to provide hands-on practice in essential e-mail writing skills:
- Write clear, strong sentences
- Use a polite, personal tone
- Select the correct word and spell it right
- Punctuate correctly
- Write for global readers