embarquement managérial

ankendosh

Senior Member
english
Has anyone heard this phrase?

It's appeared a few times in a PPT presentation about corporate training etc.


•Responsabilisation et embarquement de la hiérarchie

Embarquement managérial

It seems to be more of a catch phrase...like "Involvement"

It's EU french.
Anyone who can help, thanks in advance!
 
  • ankendosh

    Senior Member
    english
    That was what I thought, initially, but it amounts to almost the same!
    Involved, on board, etc.
    Let's face it, often the writers of these presentations aren't exactly Emily Dickinson.
     

    dgsavoie

    Senior Member
    French - France
    It does mean to involve them. It isn't said in what though : a huge project for instance. It also induces that the leaders accept the managers as some kind of part of them if it's leaders saying it.
     
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