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The Dangers of Email


Bruceleeon
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As our world becomes more digital and the number of “personal” interactions with other people declines, we rely more on email and texting than phone conversations.  There are a few drawbacks to this and I can bet that you have found yourself on one end or the other.  As our interactions move more to email, we have to realize that these interactions are done without understanding inflections in voice and tone. It is becoming more common to misunderstand emails based on this and our responses may be out of line, and possibly detrimental to our career or relationships. I can tell you from personal experience that misreading an email can have an impact on a relationship with a fellow employee or customer.  What can be first read to be demeaning or insulting can later be read as a joke or common office humor.  All too many times our realization comes Read More...eYemBqJudV4

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