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Do you get your communications checked before sending?

This guideline provides practical steps and best practices for reviewing and refining messages before they are sent, enhancing professionalism and reducing misunderstandings. It
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Do you Loop people into communications?

Looping in individuals ensures that all relevant stakeholders, contributors or helpers are informed and engaged in discussions, leading to better transparency, collaboration,
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Do you send a V2 email to correct mistakes?

When mistakes are made in cloud-based files or project management systems like Jira or Confluence, they are easy to update and correct. However, correcting an email that has
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Do you number tasks in your communications?

How often have you looked at walls of text in emails, Teams messages or Jira Tasks and tried to decipher the tasks the writer would like you to perform? This communication
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Do you reply in line?

Inline replies facilitate effective communication by addressing individual points or questions directly within the body of the message. Guidelines: When replying to a message
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Do you request “Test Please” on your work?

Requesting a “Test Please” on work that requires verification or validation before completion is encouraged. This practice upholds quality standards, prevents errors,
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Do you send yourself reminders?

In today’s fast-paced world, managing a myriad of tasks, appointments, and responsibilities can be challenging. Sending yourself reminders is a crucial component of an
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Do you reply “Done” when you finish a task?

When you reply Done to a task it ensures clarity and efficiency in acknowledging task completion. Guidelines Reply “Done” Upon successfully finishing a task Reply “Not
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Do you Include screenshots with Figure descriptions?

The purpose of this communication guideline is to ensure clarity, accessibility, and effective dissemination of information through the inclusion of screenshots and figure
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