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35 Farewell Messages to Wish Your Boss the Best of Luck

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35 Farewell Messages to Wish Your Boss the Best of Luck

When your boss announces that he or she is leaving your company, you may wish to write them a farewell message, and wish them good luck.

A simple farewell message can preserve your relationship and turn your boss into an excellent professional contact for you in the future. A well-worded note will express your appreciation for his or her support and encouragement over the years.

Get inspired and get that farewell message to the boss written with these 35 examples.

 

Goodbye Messages to the boss who is leaving for another position

 

01[Your boss’s name], I salute you for standing as an example of a true leader in our organization. You have always put your staff’s needs and goals ahead of your own, and we all appreciate you for it.
 
Now that you are leaving our team, we are all sad to see you go. I hope that I will have the opportunity to work with you again someday, and I wish you the best of luck in this next chapter of your career.

 

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02[Your boss’s name], I have never before had a mentor that has made such a tremendous impact on my career. I appreciate all the support and guidance you have offered me during your time here.
 
I have no doubts that your new employer has gained a stellar staff member, and will quickly come to value you as much as we have. I wish you all the best in your new endeavors.

 

03It’s hard to send a farewell message to the boss who has created so many good memories alongside our team.
 
I know it’s time for you to take the next step in your professional journey, and I know you will find success in your new position because of it. I wish you all the luck in the world. You will be missed.

 

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04[Your boss’s name], even as you move onto the next step in your career, let me assure you that your legacy will remain alive and well here among our team.
 
You were an exceptional leader and a good friend that each of us will sorely miss.

 

05While other leaders focus on delivering instructions, you have always prioritized the inspiration of your team and nurturing our strengths.
 
It’s hard to imagine our team without your influence. I wish you the best of luck in your new position, and I hope you know that you’ve made many friends here.

 

06You have inspired and challenged me during my time here, and I have always admired you for your creative approach to problem-solving.
 
I will never forget you, and I wish you the best in your new role.

 

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07You may be bidding us farewell as you take on this new position, but you will always be the best boss we’ve ever had.
 
Thank you for being a wonderful leader, and I pray that you will achieve all the success your new job has to offer.

 

08On your last day here at [your organization’s name], I want to take a moment to thank you for the unwavering support you’ve always been so willing to offer, and your much-needed words of encouragement.
 
I wish you the best of luck as you take on the leadership of your new team.

 

09Since joining your team, I have grown so much as a professional under your leadership.
 
I am a better person, a better employee, and a better resource for my colleagues because of you. Thank you for your years of support, and good luck in your new job.

 

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10Throughout our time working together here at [your organization’s name], you have done so much to make my experience a valuable one.
 
You have provided me with consistent opportunities to grow and learn as a professional, and I can’t thank you enough for the time you’ve invested in me. I wish you the best of luck as you join your next firm.

 

A farewell message to the boss who is leaving the company to pursue further education

 

11As you undertake this next step, I want you to know that I, and your team here at [your organization’s name], are cheering for you.
 
Going back to school takes courage and discipline, and I know that you’ve got what it takes to be successful. I am thankful that I had the opportunity to work on your team, and we will all miss you dearly.

 

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12Thank you, [Your boss’s name], for guiding me at the genesis of my career. Your influence has helped me understand my strengths and weaknesses and a professional and evolve into the force I am today.
 
I wish you the best of luck as you pursue your studies.

 

13[Your boss’s name], I wish you all the luck in the world as your work towards your next degree. You have done so much for me, have supported me as I expanded my own set of qualifications during my time here.
 
I hope you know that you can always reach out to me for anything and I will support you in any way I can. You will be greatly missed, but I know you will make us all proud.

 

14It is with a heavy heart that I wish you goodbye, but I am excited for you and the opportunities this new degree will afford you.
 
Thank you for being such a strong source of encouragement for all of us and supporting us through each obstacle we faced. Good luck as you pursue your higher education.

 

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15Farewell to an extraordinary boss. I know how much this opportunity to study means to you, and I hope you know that you have my support behind you all the way.
 
I can’t wait to see what incredible things you accomplish. Good luck in this next phase of your career.

 

A farewell message to the boss who is leaving the company due to health issues

 

16On your last day, we all want to make sure you know how grateful we are for all of the support, patience, and direction you have provided us with over the years.
 
You will be in all of our thoughts, and we wish you a swift recovery. Good luck!

 

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17Working with you has been a once in a lifetime opportunity for me. I have learned so much from you and will forever appreciate the wisdom with which you’ve gifted me.
 
On this final day as colleagues, I would like to wish you a speedy recovery and assure you that you have left behind you memories that we will all cherish. May you find success in all aspects of your life.

 

18[Your boss’s name], you have always encouraged my progress, and I am thankful for your attention and support. I want to wish you the best of luck and better health. We will all miss you.

 

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19Challenges are a feature in all of our lives, but overcoming them leaves us stronger and more compassionate. I know you have struggled with your health, and my heart goes out to you and your family.
 
You are such a strong and driven person; I know that you will find the will to defeat this and emerge even more resilient. I will forever treasure the memories we’ve made over the last 10 years. Goodbye, and good luck.

 

20You have empowered so many of us with the knowledge and motivation you brought to the office each and every day.
 
I am so glad to have met you, and I wish you all the best as you fight this battle. Good luck and get well soon.

 

A farewell message to the boss who is leaving for retirement

 

21Your consistent guidance has helped me to grow and develop as a professional. I hope, as you leave the company for retirement, the journey ahead will bring you joy and opportunities. You will be missed dearly.

 

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22You have given so much to this organization, and you’ve helped it reach new heights. You deserve a fantastic retirement, and we are all wishing you the best in your life ahead.

 

23You know precisely how to bring out the best in your team, and I am so grateful for your reassuring presence in my life.
 
It’s hard to believe that the time has come for you to leave us and take on the next stage in your life. I hope you have a beautiful retirement.

 

24Your farewell marks the end of an era at [your organization’s name]. As you walk into retirement, I want to thank you for all the valuable support you’ve provided for your team.
 
You were the best boss I have ever worked with, and you will be missed.

 

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25[Your boss’s name], as you leave your position here at [your organization’s name] to enjoy your retirement, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for providing me with such a wonderful professional role model.
 
I will miss your advice and your candor. I wish you the best in your next endeavors.

 

A farewell message to the boss who has been let go

 

26The role of a manager is rarely an easy one, but you are an excellent leader. Although it’s time to move on to the next step in your career, I hope you know that you’ve made an impact here. Good luck in all your future endeavors.

 

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27It’s difficult to believe that the company has decided to part ways with you. Your ever-positive attitude has encouraged us to push ourselves and become better each and every day. I tremendously enjoyed being a part of your team. Best wishes.

 

28Thank you, [Your boss’s name], for supporting me on my journey to becoming the confident, adept professional I am today.
 
As you broaden your horizons and take your next step, be assured that your team is going to miss you.

 

29I know leaving a job you love can be heartrending, but I have no doubts in my mind that you will find success wherever you go next. Thank you for being a brilliant leader and a treasured friend.

 

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30It has been an honor to learn from you over the past few years. You may have outgrown this company, but you will continue to be my friend. Best of luck as you search for your next opportunity.

 

A farewell message to the boss who is moving away

 

31Although you are moving on to another workplace and will forge new relationships with friends and colleagues, I am sure you will never forget the people you are leaving behind. We will most certainly never forget you.
 
Best of luck as you explore your new home.

 

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32The kind of people who stay locked in your memory are those that you can trust and rely on. You have touched my life and the lives of your team in so meaningful a way that you will remain forever in our hearts.
 
Your new place of work is very lucky to have you, and we will all miss you.

 

33This is such a great opportunity for you to experience another country, but it’s still hard to think you are truly finally leaving. Thank you for all your support over the years. I hope we will keep in touch.

 

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34Dear [Your boss’s name], you are an exceptional leader. You’ve dedicated your career to ensuring that your team has every opportunity to become the best version of themselves. We will miss you as you take on this new role in another city. Good luck.

 

35[Your boss’s name], thank you for motivating and teaching me over the last few years. You are the kind of person that team members never forget.
 
I hope the new city and workplace will bring you all the joy that you deserve.

 

Concluding thoughts

 
It’s hard to send a farewell message to the boss who has made a memorable impact on your career. The relationships you foster with these people are often unique and valuable.
 
Don’t let the distance created by a new role or location damage the bond that you’ve nurtured over your professional life.
 
Previous managers and colleagues can often become tremendous assets when you decide to take the next step in your own career.
 
Let your boss know how much you have appreciated their input and open the lines of communication by sending your manager a heartfelt farewell letter.

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