Do you really understand the jargon, buzzwords, and vague statements your co-workers say during your weekly sync-ups, one-on-ones, or brain dumps?
Answer: No, no you don’t. That’s why I’ve created this handy meeting-speak cheat sheet. Use it in virtually any meeting (even the virtual ones) to decipher what your colleagues are really telling you—because it may not be what you think.
For more work tips and tricks, check out my book 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings: How to Get By Without Even Trying.
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TopicsTools & Skills , Meetings , Time Wasters , Work Relationships , Communication , Medium , Humor
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Sarah Cooper is a writer, comedian, and creator of the satirical blog The Cooper Review. Her first book, 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings, was published in Fall 2016. Sarah also speaks about adding humor to your writing, and performs standup comedy around San Francisco. You can follow her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.More from this Author