Get this…that convoluted mission statement is from a REAL company. Lehman Brothers. They were the 4th largest bank in the US but went bankrupt in 2008. Wonder why? It wasn’t just the economic recession. It was corporate jargon. It was getting lost in their own importance of buzzwords. They’re not alone. Many companies use big words that don’t mean much. Employees don’t question it because they fear looking stupid. Their mission statements — and emails, speeches, and presentations for that matter — can be simpler. If you’ve felt this way, trust your instincts. Speak up. Question. Clarify. You’re likely not the only one thinking it.
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