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E-mail responsiveness affects your professional reputation

So simple and straight-forward, yet so easily overlooked is the notion of how responsive you are to your office e-mail and how it affects the perception of your professional reputation.

The article "How can Responsiveness help your Professional Reputation" at the Email Overloaded website uncovers some examples of how, by promptly replying to colleagues and business clients (even if you don't have a complete answer for them) you can maintain a positive reputation at work which accurately represents how responsible and capable you truly are.

As the article itself states: "If people's opinion of you were based solely on your email responsiveness, can you imagine what they would think of you?"

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