Saying goodbye, with meaning.

by Donna Torney on June 1, 2017 · 0 comments

It’s the season of goodbyes, and exciting new beginnings.

A formal speech or an impromptu thank you; this is an opportunity to be your authentic self, appreciate the connections you have made, and savor the success that has come about because of these relationships.

When it comes to the workplace saying goodbye can feel awkward – whether you are a grad student saying farewell to your dissertation committee, or a high-level executive, the workplace goodbye is a unique art form.

A formal speech or an impromptu thank you; this is an opportunity to be your authentic self, appreciate the connections you have made, and savor the success that has come about because of these relationships.

Here is a carefully curated list of links that will help you say farewell. Some are heartfelt, and some are silly. Think about your audience(s) and take some time to check out the many difference ways you can say adios! With a bit of reflection, you can hit the right tone, and leave with a sense of serenity.

http://careerbright.com/career-self-help/sample-goodbye-emails-to-colleagues

https://www.nsc.edu/Files/humanResources/docs/goodbye.pdf

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sarah-cooper/how-to-write-a-goodbye-em_b_7843358.html

https://www.thebalance.com/how-to-say-farewell-to-co-workers-2063020

https://www.reference.com/business-finance/say-goodbye-coworkers-c213395769949962

http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/on-retirement/2012/05/25/sometimes-retirement-means-saying-goodbye

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