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.

Each Bizerm™ is copyrighted
but as you know, Max is very
generous and wants you to use
them in coaching sessions,
workshops, seminars, or other
professional development
events. J
ust be sure to properly
attribute them.
"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
Bizerms™
Descriptive terminology
"Ah-ha"
moments
Undated fables
True stories
Anecdotes

Inspiring
stories
Stories of outstanding
people

Quote quizzes
Guess how a quote
ends and learn about
the speaker

Bizerms
Word
contractions

Slides
Cartoons,
Quotes,
Workshop
aides

Videos
Motivation,
Instruction

Business
by
number
Survey results,
How-to steps

Cultural
Road map
The content of
our character

Exercises
Ice breakers,
Hands-on
learning

Dr. Max
Success
stories,
Case
studies

Max's
Bookshelf
Book reviews,
Videos,
Resources
"I think we invent jargon because
it saves time talking to one another"
John M Smith
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