In today’s high-tech business world, where we will rely heavily on voice mail, e-mail, faxes, we can’t underestimate the value of a personal note, even if it’s a few lines. In fact, many successful executives refer to personal notes as their “secret weapons”. Whether you’re writing to follow up on a sales call or job interview, congratulate a colleague on a recent promotion, reach out to a client with whom you have lost touch or express your condolences to a co-worker, personal notes can build and strengthen important relationships in the professional world. With hundreds of ideas and sample notes to provide inspiration, Business Notes will help you craft an appropriate message for any situation.
About the Author:
Florence Isaacs is a part president of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, and a contributor to many major publications, including Woman’s Day, New Woman, Parents and Good Housekeeping. She is also author of Just A Note to Say The Perfect Words for Everyday Occasion. She lives in New York City.
Writing Personal Notes That Build Professional Relationships
By Florence Isaacs