The surprising link between language and corporate responsibility

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LilianNekipelov  Identity Verified
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We would first have to assume Mar 26, 2014

that any corporate language qualifies as language rather than a jargon. Just kidding. This looks like playing with people's brains. The original research how your language shapes your worldview was about something completely different--nothing even vaguely to do with how some CEO's idiolect influences productivity.

 


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