From the Back Cover
Seldom could I say that I've found a "how to" book riveting. However, Write Better Emails is a page-turner that I read in one sitting and will revisit many times."
Kathy Myers, Consultant at Myers House
"If you are a working professional, Write Better Emails: How to Stand Out by Being Short, Savvy, and Civil
needs to be on your bookshelf. Munzenmaier outlines several strategies to effectively communicate through email that will improve individual and organizational efficiency. She even provides a thorough annotated bibliographic guide to further explore sound email practices."
Andrew Gress, Assistant Academic Dean Kaplan University - Des Moines Campus
"From corporate professionals to serial entrepreneurs, everyone will benefit from this blueprint for online communication success. My friend Cecelia Munzenmaier brings her gentle and graceful teaching style to the subject of virtual communication. She translates the skills and finesse once reserved for memos and letters to the online stage. Setting the tone, organizing your thoughts, distinguishing when your communication should be done face to face or sent in written form--Cecelia tackles each one with clarity, teaching us how to interpret the complex personal and professional situations we face every day."
Liz Nead, Inspirational speaker and coach, host LifeDare TV
Included in this writing resource are tips for the novice as well as reminders for the pro. Especially enlightening is the info on how email writing varies among different cultures. Cecelia has gathered the most useful and practical advice and crafted an easy-to-read must-have guide to writing better emails!
Kathy Towner, Email Marketing Specialist, WinCommunications/WinM@il
About the Author
Cecelia Munzenmaier teaches college writing and coaches
professionals who want to make the writing they do on the
job less stressful. Some of her strategies for productivity
are based on writing process research; others come from
her experience writing and editing instructional materials.
Cecelia has a master's degree in adult learning and is a
member of the Association of Professional Communication
Consultants and Women in Communications, Des Moines