How to strike the right tone with your business e-mails

06/8/2014 | Huffington Post, The

Women often feel pressured to use a nonconfrontational communication style to avoid being perceived as "pushy," writes Amanda Duberman. This strategy is sometimes taken too far, and e-mails become loaded with unnecessary exclamation points or pointless displays of gratitude. For this reason, it's important to adopt a neutral tone in your e-mails and to strive for consistency, Duberman writes.

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