Reflect and share what you have learned. Mentally apply new concepts to your work situation, actively seeking specific, real-life situations that could benefit from your new knowledge. To better retain your new knowledge and skills share what you have learned with other learners, your co-workers, your manager. Sharing maximises your learning experience and provides tangible benefits to those around you.
Plan frequent email prompts to help others overcome procrastination. We are all busy and sometimes we use this as a reason for not responding to others communications as they are not always top priority in the larger scheme of things. Email reminders are useful in helping keep the communication in the forefront of the recipients mind. Having said this, emails should not be seen as nagging, but rather as reminders. So don't send an email every five minutes, or ones that get progressively 'unfriendly'.
Develop Netiquette: Rules of Virtual Engagement Netiquette is in short network etiquette, the etiquette of cyberspace. In other words, Netiquette is a set of rules for behaving appropriately online. Here are some basic guidelines to help in your communications with each other.