Emails are part of the oxygen of our daily professional lives. They are a primary path of communication and we use them to get things done. Yet, given the litigious nature of our world, it is critical to treat this common form of communication with the attention it needs, and think very carefully about what we write and why we write it. This SE University session presented examples of self-implicating and subsequently weaponized emails, and guidelines for writing appropriate, shorter, clearer messages.
Session Length: 1.0 Hour
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