Ever had a moment where you're sitting in a long, boring meeting, listening to your boss using big words and have no idea what they're going on about? Well... you'll be happy to know you're not alone!
This morning on Kfm Mornings with Darren, Sherlin, and Sibs, the gang chatted about buzz words or corporate jargon that bosses use in the workplace that no one really knows the meaning of.
Darren, Sherlin, and Sibs put together their ideas and your suggestions in a top ten list - along with their definitions of corporate jargon to help you get through your workday or meeting.
Helicopter View - A view from the top
Paradigm Shift - A shift in direction of any business or strategy from the past, for the betterment of the future.
Convergence Of Understanding - Making sure everyone is on the same page.
Holistic Approach To Business - Looking at the bigger picture of the business beyond yourself.
Streamlining Operations - To improve the efficiency of a business by simplifying or eliminating unnecessary steps, using different approaches.
BHAG ( Big Hairy Audacious Goals) - Achieving a medium to long term goal which is extremely brave or bold.
Line Of Sight - Understanding what's going on.
Unlocking Talent - Digging deeper inside yourself to discover your true and full potential.
Low Hanging Fruit - The most easily achievable of a set of tasks or goals.
How Long Is A Piece Of String - Used as a reply to a question when the answer is unknown
What other ones have you heard in your office that we haven't mentioned here? Share yours with us.
Remember to catch Kfm Mornings with Darren, Sherlin and Sibs weekdays from 6-9 am.