They think the company’s run by them pigeons.
I’d say leave while you have the chance
I don’t know about strength, but they certainly are lacking in the intelligence department. I’d just take the lift down to the ground floor and walk across to… well, wherever that rope leads to.
Would those be lawyers on the rope? Yeah!
Well first of all, you have to get all your pigeons in a row…….
We must never negotiate out of fear, but we should never fear to negotiate – JFK.
Now if there were several ropes leading in different directions, and if the guys were trying to walk on any two at the same time, then that would be known as the General Fubar approach to governing
So that’s what passes for a team building exercise, these days.
Normally, “no noose is good noose”…but I’d be willing to make an exception.
Sounds like Brexit.
Negotiations has always been a delicate balancing act, requiring the tightrope walking negotiator, to look down and applaud the crowd, for being brave !
You got the entire board on line one…
Now why does the one guy on the rope have a too long red tie?
Depends on what they are negotiating.
The rope isn’t attached to anything substantial.
Well, I’ve heard about companies having to ‘jump through hoops’ but this is ridiculous.
I’d definitely want Philippe Petit fighting for me.