It would be great to think that employees are fascinated by every piece of information about your company, and that they can’t wait for leaders to share information about Big Picture topics like the 7-point strategy or a bold new initiative or EBITDA results.
It happens to the best of us: We’re writing about an initiative or the new corporate strategy or another topic that’s actually quite important. Next thing we know, we’ve created a paragraph that’s full of jargon.
Let’s say a senior leader has asked you to work on an important initiative—one that is essential for company success. Since you’re a dedicated, responsible person, you plunge into the project with great enthusiasm. So do your fellow team members.