In a time of constant communication, writing a thank-you or appreciation letter is becoming a forgotten art. Yes, you might drop a vague 'thank you' into an email or conversation from time to time. But when was the last time you sat down to truly thank someone for their efforts?
Expressing gratitude is a wonderful way to develop personal and professional relationships.
In the workplace, there are endless reasons to send an appreciation letter, such as:
- Achieving goals or targets
- Continuously working well
- Working well as a team
- Surviving a difficult year
- Being a good person
By sending an appreciation letter to your colleagues or employees, you:
- Boost motivation and morale
- Make them feel valued
- Improve their job satisfaction
Appreciation letters are also a great way to further your career. By taking the time to write a well-written, grammatically perfect letter, you will stand out compared to your peers who lack this skill.
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