Tag Archives: jargon

Business as a Second Language

Originally posted on Business, Life and Leadership :
Many successful people in business are numbers people. They easily manipulate formulas in their heads and like to show off by doing fast math in their heads in large group meetings. I am not one of those people. I remember one boss saying to me, “You need to…

Watch Your Mouth! The Dangers of Leadership Jargon

I love Scot Adams. He understands managementʻs drive to “moralify” the help, and the toxic potential of leadership jargon without leadership action. This kind of leader needs brave followers, people willing to say the emperor has no clothes. These are the “courageous followers” Ira Chaleff writes about. Among other things, a courageous follower resists bullying. […]