The process of confirming and reconfirming meetings is an essential activity for a business. Sending an appointment confirmation makes your schedule more predictable, ensures time management and prevents frustrating misunderstandings.
The confirmation should be concise, sent several days before the meeting. It should also be friendly and informative by highlighting only vital information. If it has been awhile since you made the original appointment, it’s also a good idea to reconfirm your attendance to ensure it is still convenient for both parties.
Through this practice, you can demonstrate a professionalism that builds your personal brand and helps grow your business.
– Katie Armes, C2 Communications