How to praise an employee’s work performance | Opisina
tips: keep your letter brief! praise is a powerful motivator. take the time to give genuine, specific compliments in a friendly, yet professional manner. a bonus check or some other tangible expression of thanks may accompany this letter. sample letters: sample letter #1: i want you to know you have an exceptional employee, jane doe,…
Email phrases for praising (virtual team) performance
email phrases for praising performance. here are 17 phrases you could use the next time you want to praise one of your team members (or all of them) in writing: the work you did on the project was outstanding. you are an asset to both our team and our organization; your performance this past year has been exceptional.
Monday tip: Praise by email - The Chief Happiness Officer Blog
your mission for today is to pick 5 people that you think deserve praise and send them each an email praising them or their work. not a loooooong mail, just a couple of lines and, of course, the email has to be specific to that person – you can’t send out a generic email to 5 people sayng
in praise of email . people often talk about how we overuse email. they complain that we should pick up the phone more often. they're right, of course, and i am normally one of them. but sometimes email can be better than a phone call. last week i set up a lunch with a business friend. it seemed efficient to set the date by phone.
in the organisation i work for there is a culture of management praising employees (sometimes my directs) for a job well done via email and copying in senior managers and other interested parties. almost always it involves one person starting it and then lots of others joining in afterwards and continuing to copy in everyone else.
How do I respond to professional praise? - email work
"thanks." and file it away in a folder for when you need a reminder that you're good at what you do. giving timely positive feedback is a big management thing these days but it feels weird if you're not used to it. posted by mendel at 1:44 pm on march 12, 2012 [2 favorites]