Do you ever drive your car across an extended bridge and feel just a bit of anxiety as you reach the middle? That’s exactly the sense of vulnerability that many employees are experiencing in companies affected by the COVID-19 virus. They are crossing a span of disruptions and uncertainty created by remote work, social distancing, and pay cuts and furloughs. They're eager to reach the other
Imagine a building contractor facing an urgent deadline in the dust and chaos of a kitchen renovation. He has a job to get done on deadline, so he urges the carpenter and other workers to “fully leverage their unique skill sets and synergies” to “better optimize the project’s trajectory for success.”
We’ve all seen phrases like these – contrived, hollow and without meaning –…
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