Tips on Communication
Updated: Jun 3, 2021
John 10:27 – “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me.”
People follow who they hear.
Loyalty is built by communication.
Confidence is increased by communication.
Tips for Email Communication.
Your email will be the first impression you give to many people.
People can evaluate your strengths and weaknesses based on your emails.
It’s important to present the best version of yourself through email.
1. Always write subject “Title.”
· Short and crisp
2. Don’t write message in the Subject Title line.
3. Address your email to someone.
“Hi Laura,” or “Greetings Mr. Lopez,”
4. Organize your sentences.
Don’t write in big paragraphs.
Dear Mr. Lopez,
Hope you’re having a great day.
I’m following up with our conversation.
I will fulfill the assignment by next week.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Thanks for your help.
Mr. Lopez. Hope you’re having a great day. I’m following up with our conversation. I will fulfill the assignment by next week. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thanks for your help.
5. Respond to emails promptly.
You should respond no later than half day.
If you’re too slow to respond or don’t respond, you lose people’s confidence.
If you’re too slow to respond, you can lose the context of the subject.
6. Build email list of your team/volunteers.
7. Email once every two-weeks links to trainings or updates in ministry.
8. It’s good to acknowledge receipt of the emails that are specifically to you.
9. Don’t mix messages from emails to texts.
10. Text messages should be for short communications, emails for longer ones.
11. Always read your Pastor’s email as if he writes with a smile on his face.