Some people send very formal, very precise, grammatically correct emails. others sned emails in all lwer case with bad spelling and grimmar. And if you’re my 80-year-old mother, who only recently learned to email, you might send multi-page emails filled with heart emojis and the occasional recipe for easy-to-bake Christmas cookies. In today’s world, especially the business world, none of these styles is right or wrong. But each style does convey information about who you are and how you conduct yourself in your workplace and the wider world.
Does your email style match the image you want to convey? Or should you make a few tweaks? Researchers quoted in an article on PsychCentral.com say that in the business world, an autistic email style (formal and precise) is far from a weakness, and most of us could benefit from adopting a more direct, efficient, and accurate approach to emails. To learn more, click the link below.