That one was too hard.
What about the ones that didn’t survive?
Which proves that the PHB is perfectly capable of embarrassing himself.
Can’t top that. Unless…you bury them in finance and call the IRS.
Start by putting the boss in jail.
Tell the survivors to bury themselves.
Act casualty Wally.
Just make sure there are no survivors. (Easier that way)
“I suggest them for promotion.”
Doh! I would leave them at a bus stop. …wait. Survivors? …bury? Ooooooh, I get it.
Is it even possible to embarrass someone who is so unaware and so self-confident that they don’t know they should be embarrassed?
Only PHB could come up with an answer to that question.
We have one engineer who feels duty-bound to always ask a question, if that silence at the end of meeting lasts more than five seconds. It’s never about the meeting, it’s never about something anyone else would care about. I think he does it so that the person who hosts the meeting isn’t embarrassed by lack of questions.
We could let them fight it out among themselves.
Wally is in a trance… again… probably induced by having no coffee…?
The rule of Meetings: ask a question so that you appear interested in the topic, everyone will remember you were there and asked a question (but not the question) and make sure it is work that someone else will have to do
Living or dead, they all go in the trunk! But even if PHB has a Really Big Car, that trunk’s gonna get full. So, then, you dump them all (living or dead), in a dark alley on the wrong side of town and let them sort themselves out…..