My webcast for the American Management Association (AMA), How to Write a Darn Good E-mail, broke an attendance record, as more than 200 people worldwide signed up for the 90-minute session on March 25.
The program focused on e-mail challenges such as getting to the point, organizing complex material, ensuring etiquette, and employing efficient strategies. I give a big thanks to the AMA staff for their good work in making this event so successful.
If you missed it, you can sign up at www.amanet.org for the next session on Friday, July 9, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
My book The Art of E-mail Writing is on sale.
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