Email and Meetings Don't Mix

By on February 12, 2013 in Leadership with 2 Comments

Don’t write or send email while you’re in a meeting.

People are talking. Your attention is fragmented. You’re rushing to compose your message so you don’t get called on before you’ve had a chance to tune back in to the discussion.

Not the best time to be crafting a work-related document (and remember, email is a work-related document) that will reflect on your professionalism and intelligence.

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