“I can appreciate your concern. Can you share with me what makes you feel that way?” “Oh, I’d hate to think you felt my experience would work against me. What concerns you about my qualifications being too much for the role?” “Thank you for your honestly. May I ask, are you worried that my […]
Asian Efficiency suggests a handful of subject line prefixes your team can adopt to help email be more productive: FYI – For Your Information. It replies that no reply is needed, and is usually a short message. Example: “FYI Free Donuts in the Kitchen”. URGENT – Used for when something is really urgent. Don’t use it if something […]
I will be out of the office until Tuesday, September 3. If it’s an emergency, please contact Mary at 555-555-555 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, I will get back to you when I return.
Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name: It was very enjoyable to speak with you today about the assistant account executive position at the Smith Agency. The job seems to be an excellent match for my skills and interests. The creative approach to account management that you described confirmed my desire to work with you. In addition […]
This sample thank you letter, sent after a group interview, reiterates the candidate’s interest in the position: Your City, State, Zip Code Your Phone Number Your Email Date Name Title Organization Address City, State, Zip Code Dear Name: I would like to thank you and your staff for the opportunity to meet with you […]