There is a time to call and a time to email. Learn what's best for your situation.
A phone call is an excellent communication tool when your goal is to make a personal connection, address an urgent issue, explain a complex concept or situation, or to hear someone’s actual tone. A phone call is a poor communication tool when you need to keep a record of the communication, observe someone’s body language, share bad news, communicate with someone in the opposite time zone, or deliver information to a large audience. This white paper reviews those guidelines, as well as when and when not to email.
Jordan Jensen, Ed.D.
Freedom Focused LLC
- Founder and CEO of Freedom Focused LLC
- Wrote four books including the recently released, Self-Action Leadership: The Key to Personal, Professional, & Global Freedom (authorHouse, 2015)
- Wrote hundreds of articles in newspapers and other periodicals
- Extensive soft skills training expertise including: conducted 600 live trainings for more than 20,000 people in 44 U.S. States, five provinces of Canada, and nine counties of Great Britain; and facilitated more than 45 different courses spanning over a dozen different soft skill topics
- Ed.D. degree, Fielding Graduate University; B.A. degree in English, Utah Valley University
- Can be contacted at 832-618-5451, [email protected], Twitter® @JordanRJensen, www.freedomfocused.com, blog: freedomfocused.blogspot.com, Facebook® Freedom Focused/Dr. Jordan R. Jensen, or LinkedIn® Jordan R. Jensen, Ed.D.
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