Thank you for your comments about [subject]. What you shared with me will assist me in [what you will improve]. Add another line or two (compliments are always welcome!). Thank you one again (or another closing), [Your Surname] When receiving unfavorable comments, you might recognize that it was tough to hear. However, hearing negative opinions can help us grow as people if we are able to learn from them.
Here are a few things to keep in mind while providing favorable feedback:
Here's how you should answer.
Thank you for your excellent feedback and nice remarks about my performance evaluation. It means a lot to me that I've earned your faith and confidence. I guarantee you that I am eager to take on new challenges and will continue to do all in my power to be a valuable and productive part of your team.
How do you express your gratitude to someone?
Thank you very much.
There is nothing wrong with thanking your audience. But don't conclude with "thank you" since it's a poor closing. The goal of your presentation's conclusion is to reaffirm the main idea. People are prone to remembering the most recent item they heard. So ending on a note that is not related to the topic at hand will make it difficult for them to recall what you said earlier in your talk.
Here are some other closing remarks ideas: quotes, questions, challenges, calls to action.