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Saying thank you

If you organize a training program, you put a lot of effort into creating content and then making sure your program goes off with few hitches. Afterwards, perhaps you follow up with an evaluation to determine how you did, how can you improve, what was most beneficial. But have you ever forgotten the simple process of expressing your appreciation in way that’s genuine and The words thank you over a broad western landscapespecific? Are you saying thank you in a way beyond just using those two words?

This three-minute TED talk from ten years boasts nearly two million views, and it’s simply about how important it is for all of us to hear a sincere “thank you.” It’s not just saying thank you. It’s doing so in a way that is specific. We all want to hear someone’s appreciation for what we’ve done, even when what we’ve done is spend two hours sitting in a climate-controlled training room away from our normal responsibilities.

Though you may not realize it, the simple step of saying thank you to your attendees is an essential part of managing a program.

Even if your organization conducts training that is mandatory—the kind of training that makes some employees roll their eyes and give a heavy sigh—saying thank you is important. It’s also important to be specific.

Beyond saying the words “thank you,” you could also:

To share other ideas on how to express appreciation to your attendees, let us know. We’d also love to answer any questions you have about registration management software.

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