“A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected.” – Anonymous
“Appreciation is a powerful tool to shift perspective. Finding something to appreciate during a difficult situation quickly moves the perspective to the big picture from the little picture.” – Doc Childre and Bruce Cryer (Chaos to Coherence)
A saying from an anonymous person has never rang truer than it has now, as well as the second one. In the business world, some employees hardly get appreciated for their hard work, let alone getting a simple thank you for the hard work they do. It’s time to change that.
Are you an employer who owns a huge company and to show how much you appreciate your employees for their job well done, but you have no idea what on earth you can do or how are you going to do it? No worries, we got you covered. This article here is going to give you some tips and examples to show some employee appreciation through a speech. So what are we waiting for? Let’s roll up our sleeves and dive right in.
Appreciation is the act of recognizing, of crediting or understanding that something is important and needs to be acknowledged. Something valuable and priceless needs to be given credit.
An appreciation speech or as it’s mostly known as a thank you speech, is a type of speech that is often prepared to show gratefulness, to recognize, to give credit towards the recipient of the speech. The speaker uses this type to give thanks to someone who has done a good deed, usually on behalf of the company or an organization or a class.
The importance of an appreciation speech, from the term itself is to show appreciation. To show gratitude to someone for doing a good job. This speech is a different type as this only shows appreciation and a bit of information. This speech does not persuade the audience or the reader to agree on what they wrote. This speech does not either give out an opinion for their readers to agree or disagree. Rather this is merely to show acceptance, gratefulness, recognition and credit to a person who did a good job. In this case, an employee.
Before you start to wonder how to make that good speech, why don’t you check out some of these tips?
It is really not necessary but it is also nice to give some recognition to people who did a good job.
No. You can make your speech short as long as the necessary information is there.
Give some emotion in your speech. Pour out how you feel about the employee for doing a great job.
“Appreciation is a wonderful thing; it makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.” – François-Marie Arouet de Voltaire (1694-1778) Writer and Philosopher Appreciation is really a marvelous thing. It makes people feel loved and recognized for their hard work.