I was wondering if I could get some advice on a situation I seem to be having as of late.
Above me I have a team of about 5 managers and two above them. My current issue is that an important email that I sent out to them (they are all on the same, separate email group) about a new role I'd like to take on, hasn't been answered yet and it's been about 2 weeks.
I feel like this has happened before but kind of worked itself out but was wondering the appropriate etiquette in dealing with this. I have a strong relationship with all the team above me and feel like I could go to them but that's the thing, I could just go to all of them, it's more like one individual as they are not all together most of the time. There was certainly a reason I was sending it to the whole team of higher-ups and not just one. I know the Manager-Tools opinion of email and Mark would probably tell me to just go talk to them. To me, though, this is just unprofessional. At least some type of acknowledgment from ANY of them stating they got it and it would be assessed would have been fine. I am currently waiting in limbo and don't know if it's a good time for a follow-up email and if so, what should be said? I know this might come out a bit confusing but thank you all far in advance!