You know, sometimes it’s not the awards or KPIs that let you know you’ve done a good job. It’s a simple card that arrives in the post from someone saying ‘thank you’ and I personally appreciate what you’ve done.
It’s seeing that someone has valued your contribution enough to feel motivated to think about you outside the office environment and go to the trouble of picking out a card and writing a personal note – not just a quick impersonal email.
This lovely card reinforces our belief in working with ‘people’ and not just the brands and corporations that swallow people up. We do what we do not for the awards, but for the fact that we can help people and businesses achieve their objectives and in the process make some amazing friends.