Growing annoyance with the mainstream overuse of vague, misleading and nonsensical business jargon is growing. OK, so I have no proof of that, but I was pleased today to read that some business leaders are demanding more straight-forward language and less jargon.
Business psychologist Dr Rob Yeung says bosses need to bin the fancy language and revert to straight-taking to motivate staff.
‘It may become confusing or irritating for employees to hear the same tired clichés when they don’t see such management jargon being turned into useful action. Jargon can be confusing and unnecessary so much of the time, therefore managers would be better off thinking about how to communicate in plain English.’
Read more at The Daily Mail
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