Ways to Put the ‘Good’ in Goodbye

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On Wednesday night, I was at my local Apple store with my son Brinden when everything stopped. Employees from every department excused themselves from various conversations with customers and formed

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and formed a human corridor down the middle of the store. Then they started cheering.

It wasn’t to launch a new product. No, it was to say goodbye to an employee who was leaving for another job — outside the company.

Anthony walked the gauntlet of cheers and backslaps with a wide grin. Wow, I thought,that’s how you say goodbye. He was honored in a public way, and unabashedly in front of customers. This store did it right.



So often, goodbyes are done badly.



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