Boss’s Day Gift Suggestions that Won’t Break the Bank!

Oct 2, 2019 | Resources

October 16 is coming soon – which means it’s time to put some thought into what to give your executive to show your appreciation. If you’re stumped for ideas, we have you covered!

For the Intrepid Traveler

Is your executive always jetting off to a conference, board meeting, or offsite event? Do they love to travel in their leisure time? These gifts are sure to be both thoughtful and useful!

  • Travelon Bag Bungee ($13.09)We’ve all been there – struggling through the airport with our hands full of “stuff,” trying to drag our suitcase in our wake. These bag bungees strap your laptop, briefcase, carryon or purse securely to the top of your suitcase, making the long trip through the terminal a bit easier.
  • Dot & Dot Packing Cubes ($26.99, set of four) – Easily organize and protect your luggage with these reusable cubes. We love these because they make it simple to find exactly what you need at a moment’s notice. Is the airline insisting you check your carryon? Just grab the cube with your essentials in it and you’re set.
  • RFID Blocking Sleeves ($9.99, 14 Credit Card Holders & 4 Passport Protectors)Keep your executive safe during their travels with these protective sleeves that help prevent identity theft.

For the Technophile

If your executive is a technology buff, they probably already have the latest and greatest “gadgets.” These accessories won’t break the bank, but they will be appreciated!

  • Skooba Design Cable Stable ($17.85)Tame the twisted, knotted nest of cords in your executive’s briefcase with the cable stable. Flexible “stations” hold everything from charging cords to batteries to USB devices and beyond.
  • Anker Four-Port USB Ultra Slim Data Hub ($14.99)Turn one USB port into four with this expander and allow your executive to connect even more devices to their PC or Mac.
  • Echo Logico Retro Handset ($14.99)Go “retro” with this old-school handset that connects straight to your executive’s smartphone, allowing them to use the phone’s other functions while on a call.

For the Avid Reader

Reading is one of the best things you can do for your career development, and the same goes for your executive. While we have a ton of favorites, here are a few admins and executives alike should read:

While a gift is always nice, the best thing you can do to celebrate your executive this Boss’s Day is to share your appreciation with them. They helped you get to where you are today, and a sincere “thank you” is better than anything that comes wrapped in pretty paper and tied with a bow!

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