Bizerms™
New terminology

"I  think we invent jargon
because it saves time
talking to one-another."
---John M. Smith

A Bizerm™ is a business term that
contracts two or more words to make
a new word that creates a much more
vivid picture of something in the
workplace.

These terms can be a very effective
way to describe a situation, person,
behavior, process, or whatever else
can be coined.

For example, if you have ever been
on a conference call where you were
unable to hear or where there was no
apparent agenda you have been on a
call that was all chopped up like
coleslaw. Combine conference call
and coleslaw and you get
"
Conference Slaw".

Each Bizerm™ is copyrighted but as
you know, Max is very generous and
wants you to use them verbally in
coaching sessions, workshops,
seminars, or other professional
development events. If you write them
on a handout or PowerPoint slide be
sure to show the copyright.W

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Note to consultants
and trainers:

The items to the left are alphabetical.
If you are looking for resources for a
specific leadership topic
click here to
go to the "Topics" home page.

There you will find topical leadership
and business issues are listed. Within
each topic the resources are listed by
method type.
"Blame Storming"
Corporate culture
Leadership
Problem solving
"Bleedership"
Corporate culture
Leadership
"Bottom-lime"
Corporate culture
Decision making
"Conference slaw"
Successful meetings
"Cusstomer"
Customer service
"Customer
Slur-vice"
Customer service
"Devaluation"
Employee evaluation
Human capital
Leadership
"Dino-sore"
Career alignment
Self-awareness
Change management
"File Jerk"
Personal productivity
Procrastination
Time management
"Foolowing"
Business strategy
Marketing
"Human Remains"
Corporate culture
Employee retention
Leadership
"Imbalance sheet"
Attitude
"Kiss Down"
Difficult people
Corporate culture
"Meeting gloom"
Meeting success
"Meating"
Meeting success
"Orbiter"
Procrastination
Leadership
Difficult people
"Out-pout"
Attitude
Difficult people
Teamwork
"Presumé "
Resume writing
"Sinclusion"
Diversity
"Steamwork"
Teamwork
Attitude
"Slimpowerment"
Employee engagement
Teamwork
Corporate culture
"Sloppier"
Marketing
"Vibrator"
Difficult people
Leadership
"WIIFT"
Coaching
Leadership
"Coinversation"
Corporate culture
Meeting success
Impact of this Learning Method
Most Recent
Addition
Max's
Quiver
"Coinversation"
Corporate culture
Meeting success