West Milford, NJ, July 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Do poorly written email messages cost companies money? Much of the research says “yes,” yet most companies do not know the hidden cost of ineffective email. Originally designed as a tool of convenience, email has now become an overused and often abused communication choice that carries a hefty cost in terms of inefficiencies, misunderstandings, and potential litigation.
To help companies understand and overcome the challenges they face when dealing with email, Creative Communications & Training, Inc., is offering a free special report, The Top Ten Email Blunders That Cost Companies Money. The special report reveals the major complaints about email, the top ten mistakes that strain relationships and drain profits, and how email can become a “deal killer.”
According to Debra Hamilton, author and communication expert, “The tangible cost of mistakes, misjudgments, and suboptimal decisions from poorly written email, as well as the cost of solutions to repair these avoidable calamities, result in a significant waste of an organization’s resources. Add to that dilemma a reader who is angered by an insidious tone and the casualties keep coming: impaired working relationships, breakdown of trust, and the need for damage control.”
To download the report, visit the company’s website at www.businesslunchandlearn.com and click on Special Report. A free subscription to Communication Guru™, Hamilton’s monthly newsletter that delivers tips, best practices, and resources for effective communication and leadership, is also available at http://www.businesslunchandlearn.com/newsletter.html.
Creative Communications & Training, Inc., a firm dedicated to helping organizations build a culture of proactive communication and leadership, is based in West Milford, NJ, and works with companies throughout the United States and abroad.