Ever say something on Twitter or Facebook (or in an email) that you wish you had never said? Take Darren, a 20-something ad exec, who recently lost his job, maybe his career, for tweeting sarcastic comments all evening long during a meeting with a particularly challenging client. You’d think we’d learn a lesson after seeing celebs like Anthony Weiner or Tiger Woods damage their careers, but every day, business professionals tempt fate and say or write something that gets them in trouble.
Gary Seigel, Ph.D. inspires business professionals to write emails that get read and understood the first time. No more sending a reader on a search party hunting for the main idea. No recovery or clean up necessary because your staff will say it right, avoiding misinterpretation or confusion. Avoid career suicide. Save yourself and the company from lawsuits. And most importantly, learn to edit your emails so that phone conversations re-explaining or defending a message will become a thing of the past.