Saturday, April 21, 2012

Sometimes, a telephone call or face-to-face discussion works better

In today's edition, The New York Times offers advice about how to avoid annoying others (and possibly screwing up your career) with your e-mail. Most of the advice should be obvious and widely known by now, but apparently some people need reminders, like this guy who now says, “I seriously regret my lapse in judgment.”

Alina Tugend, “What to Think About Before You Hit ‘Send,’” N.Y. Times, April 21, 2012, p. B5 (national edition).

(cgw)

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_skills/2012/04/sometimes-a-telephone-call-or-face-to-face-discussion-works-better.html

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Face to face communication is much better than phone call. It will be more understandable and no script. You can feel the emotions when talking to that specific person face to face.

Posted by: plumbing | Jul 22, 2012 9:00:22 AM

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