It only takes a tiny bit more effort to turn a vague compliment into something that can make someone's day.
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“Complement” and “compliment” are easy to confuse. In fact, they come from the same Latin word, “complementum” which means “something that completes.” However, “complement” came to its meaning through English, while “compliment” evolved through Spanish, Italian, and French use before coming into English.
However, it is important to keep in mind that every employee has different strengths where their we-strength could be intrinsically different from their me-strength.
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