Story How this great idea started. How can we at this World-Organization decided to recognize individuals for their perseverance in their lives and at work? I read this article and I thought of individuals that are actually authors of their own story by what they did and doing. Called Do-ers It was this article that inspired us to say in WRITTEN WORDS and LOUDLY.
Thank you to those that are EXTRA-DINER… in what you do
Keep it up…passing it on…
Thank you for serving your family and community
Recognizes Extraordinary Work
The purpose of feedback is to reinforce to these individuals have done with their lives and the impact that has made on their families and community they live in.
The institute had chosen words to give thank you to these five individuals. I will also take the initiative to extend the invitation to others: FREE TO THOSE SUBSCRIBE to our app…If you know of someone that you feel needs to be recognized this is the site.
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The following are some example
Whys to Say Thank You and How to Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude
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Are you interested in ways to say thank you at Home, Friend, Relative Work? One would hope so. In a home- community-workplace committed to creating an attitude of gratitude and person-individual-employee recognition on a daily basis, every day should be Thanksgiving Day.
Recognizing an individuals doesn’t have to be expensive and is appreciated by a loved one, neighbor, employees in almost any form. Household, Community and Company leaders also appreciate a thank you from a family, individuals, employees as well.
When an organization takes time to recognize individuals giving VALUE TO LIFE; is an
Ideas about ways to say thank you when a job is well done. The ways are limited only by your imagination. The power of saying thank you is magnified when the action, gift, or interaction is accompanied with a thank you note or card. These some of the examples that Susan gives in this Article…
- Just say, thank you—anytime, anyway, anyhow, and for any reason. Want to say more than thank you? Here’s how to give great feedback to employees at work. It’s very easy to say thank you in a way that makes employees feel valued and appreciated. Take the time to notice good contributions and successes. Daily feedback is best, weekly is admirable, but practice saying thank you nearly every day to some of your employees and coworkers. They and you will be happy that you took the time to care.
- Handwritten thank you notes
- A letter of appreciation
- Handwritten cards to mark celebratory occasions
- Recognition posted on the employee bulletin board
- Contribution noted in the company newsletter
- Keep drawings on the light side, especially if only one employee can win, but quick, fun drawings are ways to say thank you.
- Hold a drawing for company logoed merchandise and other inexpensive items, for things like most product sold, best customer service, a project completed, sales leads obtained and so forthSymbols and Honors
- Framed or unframed certificates to hang on the wall or file
- Engraved plaques
- Larger work area or office
- More and better equipment
- Provide status symbols, whatever they are in your organization
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Business Man: Florida/Puerto Rico
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Sargent: Sr. Jorge, Laura, Jimmy Lao
recognizing this power couple both have had a full career in the New York Area in and out of… Jorge Lao a Veteran of the Vietnam War; came back became a social worker for the welfare department the same with his lovely wife. Both Social Workers when Jorge decides he wants more I remember his test taking and when he received the letter the same with Jimmy (a while later) that he would be a working with the inmate in Raiges Island Detent jail. Jimmy did too; supervisor. Any way Jorge work for along there and decided he wanted to be a chef…even if his pay less than. He chose the quality of life and stress-free passion.
-social workers, kitchen chemistry: New York/Fla.
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Dr. Richard A. Navarro is Professor of Education at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona since 1997. Recently, he served as Chief of Party of the USAID Project for Productivity through Higher Education in El Salvador (2014-2016). His research focuses on higher education development in newly emerging economies and small states. In 2011 he was a Fulbright Research Scholar in the Republic of Maldives. In 2009, Dr. Navarro served as a senior evaluation consultant to USAID-Indonesia, evaluating a national teacher quality project. He has also advised on UNICEF projects in Indonesia. In 2005 and 2006, Dr. Navarro served as a Senior Advisor and Project Manager of the Teacher Education Program for the Afghanistan Ministry of Education. He designed and implemented a national teacher in-service training program in collaboration with Afghan colleagues. In 2003 and 2004 Dr. Navarro was Chief of Education, UNICEF-Afghanistan. In this capacity, he was responsible for the Back to School Campaign, revising the primary curriculum, printing textbooks, distributing school supplies and classroom tents throughout the country, developing in-service programs for teachers and administrators, conducting policy research and advising the Minister of Education in education policy. He also conducted a national evaluation of basic education in the country, and collaborated with several NGO’s in building schools and providing educational services.
Dr. Navarro is a past member of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Board of Directors (1999-2003). He was appointed by the Governor of California to a three-year term as Chair of the California State Commission for Technology in Learning. Prior to joining UNICEF, Dr. Navarro was Dean of the College of Education and Integrative Studies, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona since 1997. He has been on the faculty of Michigan State University, and a Fellow at Stanford University and the University of Houston. He is the Founding Director of the Julian Samora Research Institute at Michigan State University. Dr. Navarro continues to consult for many prestigious organizations including, UNESCO, UNICEF, The World Bank, USAID, The Asia Foundation, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, and several universities and government agencies nationally and internationally. His Ph.D. in International Development Education is from Stanford University. Listen to Dr. Navarro’s podcast.
Finally Professor Richard Navarro from the Department of Education discusses a project he led to promote economic recovery in El Salvador by combating the country’s greatest barriers including a shortage of investments in innovation and research, and the lack of skilled workers. He said many of the challenges that El Salvador faces are issues that higher education and private sector are struggling to address around the world, including in our own country.
Thank you for serving your family and community
Recognizes Extraordinary Work
ou to those that are EXTRA-DINER… Keep it up…passing it on…
Ins summary Instituto Fortaleza Familiar Recognize these individuals for being true to their passion and commitment to Education.