- Requesting a workplace modification or resource
- Advocating a change in direction on a project
- Requesting a promotion
- Recommending specific reductions in workplace waste or money-saving opportunities
- Requesting to hire a new worker
- Arouse reader interest—grab the audience’s attention in the introduction of your communication.
- Refute opposing points of view in the body of your communication.
- Give proof to develop your thoughts in the body of your communication.
- Urge action—motivate your audience in the conclusion.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word persuasive email (APA guidelines) that includes a well-crafted subject line, salutation, and signature block. Use the ARGU method be mindful of the need to maintain an appropriate balance of ethos, pathos, and logos.