Christmas is a season for kindling the fire for hospitality in the hall, the genial flame of charity in the heart. ~ Washington Irving. Who doesn't like the winter holidays? It is a time of cheer and spirit brought into the world in the form of gifts and greeting cards. Exchanging of good will is done unconditionally with everyone, but when it comes to wishing the 'boss', you remain tongue-tied! We have the perfect way to pep up your mentor/manager/boss since s/he occupies a larger part of your career and probably even your life! Celebrating Christmas with your loved ones not only gives your people a feeling of joy but also gives you the satisfaction of having done something special for them, even if it means a straightforward but cute card. Now, the question arises as to how you can address something simple yet meaningful to your superiors. Easier said than done, but it depends on how well you know the chief. Read on to learn about the various writings and designs which you could implement into the Christmas card for your boss. Smother him with some attention and watch yourself feature in his best books!
Christmas Greeting Cards For Boss
Getting To Know Your Boss
This is the hardest part. You're new and have no clue of your boss's interests and taste. Does s/he like one-liners? Is s/he strict? Is s/he easy-going? This usually happens if you are a fresher into the job. The easiest way to solve these issues is to stick to the point. Wish your boss in a single line conveying your best regards. A greeting card with flowers, scenery or a simple Christmas tree on the exterior should do. A few examples are as follows:
To My Boss,
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Best Wishes From,
Merry Christmas! Thanks for the great opportunity! Looking forward to a successful year!
We Gel Together
Okay, so you've worked for a considerable amount of time with this organization and now, it is Christmas time! You boss has been stressed all year long, so give him/her a break with some wonderful words of cheer. Does s/he call you in sometimes for an opinion? Does s/he like a few jokes sprinkled around? Does s/he poke fun at you? If all the above answers spell out 'yes', you are allowed to do the same for one day! Cards can have a hilarious theme on the cover such as 'A good boss, is like chocolate' or animated pages etc. Take hints from the example below:
Another year's flown by! Merry Christmas to you and your family! Have a good one and may all your dreams of bigger company profits come true!
Your Benevolent Subordinate,
You are the greatest BOSS ever! I hope that you have a great holiday season and this year is better than the last! Merry Christmas!
With Kind Wishes and Love,
The Boss Is Like Family
It shouldn't be hard finding and composing text for this one! Your boss might be 'like' family or family itself. Figure out the difference and jet, set, go! If family, then spending some hard-earned money on a lavish card decorated with flowers and gold dust would not be much. If not family, it might not be difficult to pick out a large card embellished with Christmas decorations! It is good thing to know the boss inside out - makes your work easier. The following is an example of the writings which you can include inside such cards:
It will come to you as no surprise that I am doing well in this company because of you. To show my love and support, I would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas! I'll see you at home for the dinner!
Hugs And Kisses,
XYZ, your loving son!
A jolly Merry Christmas,
From dawn to candlelight,
And enough of happy memories,
To make the year bright!
Seasons' Greetings to my favourite boss!
With lots of Luck and Love,
These are some of the ways to help you decide what to include in your boss's Christmas card. Hope your boss follows-up your greetings with your promotion!