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Issues our bosses stated lots this yr
The coronavirus pandemic gave 2020 a brand new dictionary, and seemingly in a single day, company America started talking with a brand new language. These are some of the phrases whose use skyrocketed this year, primarily based on greater than 20,000 company shows that The Instances analyzed with Sentieo, a analysis agency.
Talked about in 2,128 calls this yr vs. 3 final yr
“These are unprecedented occasions. A number of our reopening isn’t just our resolution. We’re not absolutely in management.” — Christine McCarthy, C.F.O. of the Walt Disney Firm, on Sept. 9
14,655 calls vs. 8,528
“We’ve by no means been in a more difficult atmosphere.” — Larry Culp Jr., C.E.O. of Common Electrical, on Oct. 28
“You’re on mute”
175 vs. 16
“If a name in 2020 goes by with out someone saying, ‘You’re on mute,’ the yr wouldn’t be full.” — Aman Bhutani, C.E.O. of GoDaddy, on Dec. 15
450 calls vs. 152
“Clearly, Covid has completely humbled the world.” — Ashley McEvoy, worldwide chairman of medical gadgets at Johnson & Johnson, on Nov. 19
That’s it for this briefing. There received’t be a e-newsletter tomorrow. We’ll be again in 2021. Completely happy New Yr! Right here’s hoping that the transition into the following yr leaves you feeling just a little lighter.
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