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A big complaint from many people is that no-one is noticing their efforts. Even the most hardened of people love it when someone acknowledges them.
When you write a sincere, heartfelt letter of appreciation or congratulations - not only do you build relationships with others you too benefit from feeling good for having taken the time to reach out to another.
Tips for Writing Appreciation Letters
Please note the letters below are only sample letters. I do not know your particular circumstances. Therefore, you should get legal or jurisdictional advice from your local practitioners prior to using.
Sample Appreciation Letters
Here are the sample template letters, contained inside the gated area below. Each document is available to you in Word, Pages or PDF format. Making it easy for you to use the template as a foundation for the letter you write to your team member.
Congratulations on Handling a Difficult Task/Situation
Use this to acknowledge someone who was faced with a difficult situation or task
Congratulations On Promotion
Use this letter to acknowledge someone who has been promoted (not within your team)
Congratulations Ongoing Good Performance
Use this letter to say thanks to a team member who consistently puts in an effort and its time you let him/her know you appreciate that
Thanks to Family
Thanking a team member's family for their patience and co-operation during a testing time
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