Business Email Training for Professionals in Taiwan

 

Business Email Writing Courses

Our email writing content is designed to show learners how to write professional business emails in English using a clear structure, professional business English and avoiding common mistakes made in business email writing.

 

Each lesson teaches how to structure a business email including the greeting, the beginning, the body of the email, ending the email and the signature. Lessons include useful business sentences to choose from, practical writing tasks, and a sample email for analysis. Each lesson also includes a template that learners can use when writing their own emails at work.

Our most popular business email lessons cover many of the topics discussed by email in business. For example, assigning projects, asking for and giving progress reports, managing resources, reporting actions, asking for and giving advice, making and rejecting requests, managing deadlines and schedules, reporting positive and negative business results, and expressing and dealing with concerns in business.

 

We also constantly create new business email writing courses and we create customized business email templates for clients upon request.

Write Professional Business Emails in English

About this Seminar

This seminar will give you a clear understanding of how to structure, organize and write a business email that communicates your ideas clearly and professionally in English. You’ll get a step-by-step guide on how to write your business English email. You’ll analyze email samples to better understand how an email should be organized and you’ll have the chance to learn and practice using professional language commonly used in business emails.

Who is this seminar for?

This seminar is ideal for anyone who communicates in business by email. Whether you are just sending internal emails to international colleagues or contacting customers and business partners, this seminar will help you express yourself clearly and concisely. 

What you will learn

In this seminar you will learn how to:

 

  • write a focused subject line so your emails get read

  • use an appropriate greeting for different kinds of email; both formal and informal

  • create a strong opening that gets straight to the point

  • state the purpose and objectives clearly

  • use small talk in a professional email

  • organize the main body of your email to express a clear message

  • end the email positively 

  • make a closing statement, offer help and thank the reader

  • clarify next steps if necessary

  • sign off and use pleasantries when appropriate

What to expect

This interactive, learner-centered seminar focuses on teaching key concepts and language and providing you with opportunities to practice what you’ve learned to complete practical business writing tasks. You will collaborate with your colleagues during the seminar to discuss and complete interactive learning activities while your trainer provides you with support, guidance and feedback. The seminar is conducted in a supportive learning environment that encourages you to actively participate and enjoy your learning experience.

 

Use Email to Manage a Project

Who is this course for?

This course is designed for both managers and team members who use email to discuss, manage and communicate about and projects in English. 

About this Program

This course consists of a series of six email lessons that teach both managers and team members how to communicate professionally by email during a project. Trainees learn how to describe project assignments, how to express concerns, discuss deadlines and report on progress.

What you will learn

In this course you will learn how to:

 

  • Email 1: Assign a Project by Email [manager]

  • Email 2: Express Concerns about a Project [team member]

  • Email 3: Deal with Concerns about a Project [manager]

  • Email 4: Request an Extension to a Deadline [team member]

  • Email 5: Refuse a Request for a Deadline Extension [manager]

  • Email 6: Report that the Project is back on Track [team member]

 
 

Use Email to Focus on Results

About this Course

This course consists of a series of eight email lessons that focus on communications between a manager or team leader and team members. Managers learn how to delegate responsibility to a team, how to check progress and keep a team on track. Team members learn how to communicate about their work and how to report progress in English.

What you will learn

In this course you will learn how to:

 

  • Email 1:  Arrange a Meeting to discuss a Project [manager]

  • Email 2:  Summarize the Results of a Project Meeting [manager]

  • Email 3:  Get a Progress Report on a Project [manager]

  • Email 4:  Report Slow Progress in a Project [team member]

  • Email 5:  Report Actions to get Back on Track [team member]

  • Email 6:  Give Instructions to get Back on Track [manager]

  • Email 7:  Report Action & Positive Results [team member]

  • Email 8:  Report Successful Completion of a Task [team member]

 

Use Email to Manage Resources

About this Program

This course consists of a series of seven email lessons that focus on communications between a manager or team leader and team members. Managers learn how to handle requests for resources and how to provide advice and support to their teams. Team members learn how to request resources, ask for advice and report positive and negative results.

What you will learn

In this course you will learn how to:

 

  • Email 1:  Check the Schedule in a Project [manager]

  • Email 2:  Request Resources for a Project [team member]

  • Email 3:  Approve a Request for Project Resources [manager]

  • Email 4:  Ask for Advice about a Project [team member]

  • Email 5:  Provide Advice about a Project [manager]

  • Email 6:  Report Disappointing Results [team member]

  • Email 7:  Report Positive Results in a Project [team member]

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