Hello everyone. Welcome to E-mail Picks. Oh my God it's so hot today. I can feel my
skin burn under the sun. This has got to
stop! By the way, in our product
development team, we've been discussing how to communicate our brand better.
You can learn how to communicate effectively in global business at Bizmates.
Yes, that's true, but that's not the reason
people stay with us. Our students stay
with us because they have a good time.
They have a good time talking to their
trainers forming friendships with people
from other cultures. One of the greatest
sensations of life, I think, is sharing
laughter with somebody from a different
culture. That means you have connected
with that person at a deeper level than
the cultural differences on the surface.
Anyway, one of my colleagues has just
made a video that aims to communicate
the fun part of the Bizmates experience.
And I saw it, and I have to say it was
great. I felt it really helped to
visualize the brand image we are trying
to portray, and therefore I really feel I
need to comment on it. So today, I'm going to write to my colleague Yumi to tell
her how I felt about her work. Here goes.
Yumi, I think the video was excellent.
I couldn't help but chuckle at various
points although I tried hard not to.
could point out some areas we can refine
but I think this video really
accomplishes our goal to show what kind
of brand bizmates should aim to become.
Looking forward to seeing more of these,
Kyota. OKy so the goal of my e-mail is to
give encouragement to Yumi because she did a good job
meeting the objective, but I can't
sound all super-duper excited and happy
because that would go against
my personal brand image that I have
built over the past 10 years or so so I
wrote "I couldn't help but chuckle at various points, although I tried hard not
to." I think she'll understand how much I
enjoyed the video by writing like this. And
I finished the e-mail with "looking
forward to seeing more of these" to,
again communicate my excitement in a
controlled manner. In a controlled manner.
OK so there you go. An e-mail to comment
on a colleague's deliverable. I'm sorry I
can't show you the video yet because
it's just a prototype. But hopefully
we'll be able to deliver some similar
products to you soon. Anyway, that's it
for today. Thanks for watching and I'll
see you next week.