It is uncharacteristic of me to share something like this because I tend not to want to toot my own horn, but I have to share this email that was sent to my boss because I’ve been posting some about the challenges of communicating with my offshore co-workers. It’s probably completely un-PC for me to say this, but this I thought this email was adorable – and speaking of vocabulary, ‘adorable’ is not a word that would generally come out of my mouth. Not even when looking at kittens. Anyway, read on… I will use [M] to represent [My name].
As I talked to QA leaders these days, some feedback from them for [M] are that she’s a very responsible PM who’s always ready to step out answering/resolving project related questions/problems, she doesn’t hesitate to ask around to help if she doesn’t know the answers, she always tries to make project plan better and detailed including bugs and risks.
Although [M] is a new PM for [our main software system], she represents us that she’s willing to make this project better, which encourages us a lot to work towards the same goal with her.
I want to say Thank You here to [M] and report these to you as [M’s] good behaviors.
Needless to say, I’m grateful for the feedback. Perhaps even more so because of the not-so-perfect English. It sure is nice when people make an effort to share positive feedback about the people they work with. We should probably all try it a little more…