Control E-Conflict

Guttman, Howard M.
May 2006
Leadership Excellence;May2006, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p17
Presents ideas for organizational leaders when using e-mails to communicate with clients. Evaluation of understanding of e-mail messages; Importance of confidentiality; Knowledge about e-mail correspondents.


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