Your team has decided to say no to a big project or client, and it’s your job to send the ‘Thanks but no thanks’ email. Lucky you! We feel your pain – but someone’s gotta do it. Here's a pre-written template to let them down gently!
Need to take some time off work but struggling to put this into an email? Use this pre-written email template to explain your situation (without going into too much detail) and to ask for personal leave.
You’ve done your best to deal with a problem in the office, but it’s gotten to the point now where you have no other option but to tell your manager. Here's an email template that will give your boss a heads up and lets them know you need to chat.
Asking someone to be your mentor is serious stuff – but that doesn’t mean you should shy away from it. Here's how to ask someone to be your mentor - and how to convince them that it's worth their while.
Networking is all about the follow-up. But there’s no denying that it can be pretty awkward reaching out to someone you’ve met only once. So, if you’ve struck gold and found someone you want to keep in touch with, here's how to reach out to them.
We’ve all received this kind of email before. You know the one: it makes absolutely no sense and has you (and the rest of your team) scratching your heads and wondering what exactly your colleague or client wants you to do. Here's how to respond.
If you’re looking for a new job or putting together an application to head back to school, you've got better things to worry about than how to ask for a letter of recommendation. Here’s an email template that takes the guesswork out of it.
We’re serving up 10 perfectly phrased, concisely written and completely diplomatic email templates to help you conquer your toughest work emails and navigate those awkward work scenarios with the poise and grace of an Email Etiquette Ninja.