‘Things like ‘shake the team up,’ and ‘make a splash,’ those are words that — and I can provide the proof — they have a very short shelf life,” Regier said. “They don’t last, they don’t help. There aren’t beneficial things in that short-term splash. What I see happening more often than not in these short-term solutions — splashes, shake the team up — it becomes to often tension relieving and it’s not goal-achieving.”‘
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