Month: April 2018

Use Keywords in Your Email Subject Lines

When you send an email, the first thing your recipient sees is the subject line, so make sure it’s as clear as possible: What is your email’s purpose? What do you want your recipient to do? Take a page from military personnel. Their subject lines use keywords in all caps to note the email’s purpose. … Continue reading “Use Keywords in Your Email Subject Lines”

Turn Negative Feedback into an Improved Relationship

No one likes getting negative feedback — especially from a peer — but demonising your team member who was honest with you won’t get you anywhere. After all, they took the time to give you feedback because they care about you and your success. So enlist their help. Schedule a time to follow up on … Continue reading “Turn Negative Feedback into an Improved Relationship”

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