Category: Entry Level Etiquette
Duration: 1 - 2 hours
Audience: Professionals who work with others
Have you ever been spammed? If you have e-mail, chances are you have been spammed. Spamming is defined as receiving junk email from an unsolicited source. Messages you don't want, from people you don't know, clogging your mailbox and dragging down your system. Electronic spam is just one example of the many on-line pitfalls we encounter as more and more of our communication with others occurs over the internet. Electronic communications are a wonderful tool, but like any other tool, they are most effective when properly used, especially in a professional setting. The program covers the do's and don'ts of professional electronic correspondence.