Holiday season is officially upon us. Whether you’re a workspace owner, user, or staff member, we’re sure you’d like to find the perfect way to tell your coworking, business center, or serviced office community manager that you appreciate their work and that you appreciate them.
We’ve already said it plenty of times, but community managers really are the neck and bone of a workspace. They’re the ones that keep the environment and community lively, welcoming, and strong. It’s a demanding job that can leave a person exhausted and stressed.
So, here’s our ultimate gift guide to make sure you find the perfect gift for your community manager.
We know what you’re thinking, isn’t that what Google Calendar is for? Yes and no. There’s still a certain charm about having an actual planner. Because community managers have a lot to plan, remember, and execute.
It’s a perfect way to help them keep up with their amazing job and also give them something that will not only be useful, but they’ll be truly thankful for.
Office (Workspace) Citation Sheets
These hilarious office citation sheets would most likely come in handy to your community manager. Let’s be honest people, we’re not always on our best behavior and this is a funny, light-hearted, and loving way that your community manager could remind you to, well, be a nice, amiable, considerate member.
You might want to consider buying 2 or 3 blocks of theses — they’ll love you for it. Buy them here.
Small gift, big difference. Plus they now come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Just the thought of being nice to people all day long stresses me out, so I don’t know how community managers do that while also juggling 100 other things. Without a doubt, they’re likely to stress out or feel anxious at some point during the day, week, or month. This is the perfect gift for those moments when they might feel like smashing a plate. Really it’s as much for them as it is for you and your safety….kidding!
As with the citation sheets, we recommend you get a few of them.
Do we even need to explain this other than say it should be Guatemalan coffee?
On a serious note though, most people run on coffee now-adays and there’s no bigger damper to the start of the day than cold or crappy coffee. Find a local coffee shop that sells premium (strong) coffee and get a pound or two for your community manager; trust us, they’ll be a lot chipper in the morning and it’ll keep their energy up.