Whys   to Say Thank You  and How to Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude

Human Resource is must be kept alive in spirit and in recognizing their human potential to be of serving others.

In these times this is super crucial please share if you…

  Whys   to Say Thank You  and How to Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude

The following are some example 

See all forty ways to say thank you at work.
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Whys   to Say Thank You  and How to Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude

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…

Human Resource is must be kept alive in spirit and in recognizing their human potential to be of service others

Spoken Words

  • 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.

Written Words

  • 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
Drawings
  • 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