Imagine if you were named best of the Year in a job and when you took the stage to accept the award, the CEO had to look at the file to find out your name, which was mispronounced.
Say you are the employee of the month and while you are being rewarded the boss jokes that you only get the custom corporate awards or trophies because he has given it to someone else and now it is your turn.
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No breakdowns were given in the examples described above. The award show host was neither very prepared nor made a delusional attempt at humor. But in the end, the recipient feels missed because of the opportunity to be lifted and motivated.
Rule 1: Order prices on time. If you show up on Friday and expect a personalized badge on Saturday, you may be out of luck. The best-case scenario is that you are paying a heavy fee. Wait at least a week and you shouldn't have any problems.
Rule 2: Learn how to pronounce the recipient's name. Take the time to remember the recipient's name and pronounce it. If you do this mistake, you will feel bad.
Rule 3: Notify the media. If the award is extraordinary, the local press can cover it. This is a great way to make the price special to the recipient.
Rule # 4: Keep your comments short, simple, and honest. Think about that a while ago. Say something nice about the recipient, something that shows that you know and appreciates the person. It's not for you. And don't joke around, especially at the expense of the recipient.