Thank you for accommodating
Below are some examples of wording you could use in your note.
Words in [brackets] should be filled in as appropriate for your situation.
You just got an email from Susie in accounting asking you to bring three dozen of your famous cupcakes for Dave the office manager’s retirement party. Susie signed her email: Susie Your reaction to that sign-off will probably depend on the tone and content of Susie’s email. On the other hand, “Thank you in advance” can come across as presumptuous and even passive-aggressive.
If she politely apologized for the short notice and begged you to please consider whipping up what has become an office favorite (because, really, who doesn’t like cupcakes? Depending on the context, it could make Susie sound as though she’s saying, “I expect you to do this.” If you want to steer clear of the potential misunderstandings this popular sign-off might create, here are a few options to try.
(Other forms of “thank you” also ranked at the top.) Clearly, gratitude is a solid way to end an email if you want to hear back from the recipient.
Here are a few questions to consider to help you decide what to include in your note: Answers to these questions may help determine if you want to thank your boss for something specific other than just the promotion.Your support and mentoring during the past few months has beneficial.Also, thank you for agreeing to help me transition into the new role.#9Thank you for promoting me to Senior [job title]!I look forward to the continued success of our team.#4Thank you for promoting me to [position]. I appreciate you for trusting me with this opportunity.#5I want to take a few minutes to thank you for promoting me. And I look forward to continuing to grow under your leadership.#6What a great day! Your input during the last few years has been valuable in helping with my career progression. I will make you proud as the new [position name].#8I am looking for to starting in the the manager role next week.
Thank you for the giving me a shot at leading a team.
I am very thankful that I am being promoted into the role.