Tori's mother recently passed away. Jane, who knows Tori and her Mom well, started Tori a sympathy Kudoboard and invited others to contribute.
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You've seen it before. A colleague loses a loved one and someone starts to pass around a card in a manila folder for everyone to sign. There's barely space on the card for people to add a note (let along a signature). And five team members are traveling for a conference while another one works remotely -- so getting everyone to sign is basically impossible.
With Kudoboard, there's a better way. Inviting team members to contribute, wherever they are, is easy. Send them the link to the board or use our system to email them an invitation. Then sit back, relax, and watch the posts roll in. And we're not just talking about a short note + a signature. Team members have the space to add heartfelt notes of condolence to make sure the recipient feels truly supported.
When my good friend's husband died, our entire group of college friends from across the country made her a sympathy card with Kudoboard to cheer her up. It was a lifesaver -- otherwise, I'm not sure how I would have gathered everyone's contributions.
Tandy L., Connecticut