“Management Braining” mistakenly communicated

Due to an editorial oversight, an email invitation to a training session distributed late last week mistakenly included the phrase “Management Braining” throughout.

While we’re pleased with the response (87% RSVPd “yes”), it seems prudent to clarify:
The session will cover topics relevant to challenges faced by employees in supervisory roles. It will not, as you may have first thought, provide an opportunity to bludgeon management with a variety of weapons and blunt objects.

We apologize for any confusion and disappointment. If there are topics you’d like covered at the session, please leave feedback below.

[Photo: white_board by emdot, via Flickr’s Creative Commons License]


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3 Responses to “Management Braining” mistakenly communicated

  1. auntbethany says:

    What?!?! No braining? Awe, c’mon! What am I supposed to do with this sledgehammer and mace? I got these on sale, too!

  2. Brundlefly says:

    Does that also exclude the dropping of brains?

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