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Author Topic: Don't you love business meetings......  (Read 2920 times)

Offline JamesKW

Big regret of my life is not embarking on my punting activity until after I retired. Christ, whilst I was working I went on literally hundreds of beanos, away days, team builds, conferences and performance meetings all round the country.

Big regret of my life is not having a job where I have beanos,awaydays etc.

Offline mh

If I had had a sword with me I would have been tempted to remove his head from his shoulders just to stop the bullshit coming out!  The chap was a supposed digital marketing specialist - completely unable to back up any claims of what he has achieved but talked as if he understood my business better than I did.  Why do these youngsters (anyone under 30!!) think they are god's gift and that anyone older is unable to understand technology.

So this guy had a job? What exactly made you think it was James, then?  :sarcastic: :sarcastic: :sarcastic:

Offline robbybox

Big regret of my life is not embarking on my punting activity until after I retired. Christ, whilst I was working I went on literally hundreds of beanos, away days, team builds, conferences and performance meetings all round the country ...
That's because the 'calibre' of top and middle manager was different in those days. If you were earning good money the company you worked for also expected good performance and results. Productivity versus pay was monitored and sometimes highly embarassing 'demotions' were given unashamedly to those whose results did not match their articulate rhetoric.
These days a poor manager is simply shifted sideways in a reshuffle by his 'jobs for the boys' boardroom clique, they invent a few more fancy management job titles and shift the jurisdiction which governs which department is run by who.
"You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours". No wonder company meetings are full of such hot air and there's so much time to daydream about punting in company time.
Workers have punting urges too. It's just that they do a solid days hard work and have to fit a punt in of an evening or a weekend.
Banning reason: White-knight

Offline robbybox

Big regret of my life is not having a job where I have beanos,awaydays etc.
That's becoming the all too common situation now.  Many companies are realizing that the big fat wages they have paid to management 'executives' over many years has not led to the company being in a better position than it was ... but rather has led to a piss-take culture of let's grab what we can get, and let's see what minimum hours we can put into a day's so-called work.
Some companies have already started to take a dim view of this lazy, indolent attitude creeping in and have implemented significant redundancies and streamlining,  employing instead graduates to do the same job for a third of the salary
Banning reason: White-knight

Offline hairbald

Am the only one thinking ... that you lot, with your pressed white shirts, silk ties, smart suits, and your fancy sounding 'managerial' job titles ... on your £18 an hour ... glibly sitting there daydreaming the whole time through a 2 or 3 hour 'productivity' meeting for the betterment and improved efficiency of the company ... are instead slowly but surely contributing to the surefire collapse of British industry.
I'll bet you're all lightning fast to fill in and maximise your expense accounts for the 'essential' business trip too. Bet it's the first job you do on your laptops once you get home.
:angry:

Couple of points:
- I average out 60 hours a week, more if I add travel time.  Overtime is not a word I know or understand; I'm signed out of the European Work directive because we're expected to do "whatever it takes" to get the job done
- Punting keeps me sane.  I hate being in London away from my family with a passion
- I wouldn't get out of bed for £18 per hour :hi:
Before you criticise take a walk in our shoes; all jobs have pressures some more than others :dash:

Offline RedKettle


- I wouldn't get out of bed for £18 per hour :hi:


I wish I could find a decent tart who would get into bed for £18 per hour  :D :D

Offline RedKettle

I used to get really pissed off at conferences or training days around the country - that was before punting.

Now if there is a training day in, for example, Leeds I think - fan fucking tastic, lets hit AW and see who is there.

Not sure you would say the same if your meetings were in Sheffield.

Offline RedKettle

Not sure you would say the same if your meetings were in Sheffield.

 :D :D  Know what you mean.  I used to have to get a girl in.  I had a regular in Nottingham who would come over to a hotel in Sheffield.  Also had a few good meets with Sheffield BJ Queen but I think she has retired now.  Generally the city is shockingly bad for independents.

Offline hairbald

I wish I could find a decent tart who would get into bed for £18 per hour  :D :D
There is the depressing point that, despite earning by any standards a decent wage, an escorts hourly rate is better than mine.  Mind you I don't think I'd want to meet an escort on minimum wage......

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Now if there is a training day in, for example, Leeds I think - fan fucking tastic, lets hit AW and see who is there.
After putting new meeting [wherever] in diary the next thing i do is exactly that - get on the purple one.  And here of course

Without business travel there'd be a lot more dusty phones out there, for sure! But I try to compartmentalise. In business meetings I'm all about business. To my mind I don't need to ogle or fantasise because in my free time I can go play with a naked woman for real. Punting frees my mind to concentrate on other things when I'm not actually punting.

Offline RedKettle

Without business travel there'd be a lot more dusty phones out there, for sure! But I try to compartmentalise. In business meetings I'm all about business. To my mind I don't need to ogle or fantasise because in my free time I can go play with a naked woman for real. Punting frees my mind to concentrate on other things when I'm not actually punting.

maybe I am getting too old and cynical (no maybe actually) but I often find myself thinking that the people in the meeting are just talking meaningless bollocks and my time is better spent thinking about punting!!!  Perhaps time for a change...

I was once in a meeting that was particularly full of crap, many people just wanting to prove how important they were, and I pleaded an important call to disappear for 20 minutes and spent that time happily on UKP.


maybe I am getting too old and cynical (no maybe actually) but I often find myself thinking that the people in the meeting are just talking meaningless bollocks and my time is better spent thinking about punting!!!  Perhaps time for a change...

I was once in a meeting that was particularly full of crap, many people just wanting to prove how important they were, and I pleaded an important call to disappear for 20 minutes and spent that time happily on UKP.

Maybe ...

Maybe I'm lucky but usually if I'm at a meeting it's because somebody wants something from me or vice versa and I go with a game plan - just as my err, opponents, do, I'm sure. I do try to keep  meetings to a minimum and if someone always insists on them as the way of doing business I start to worry about their competence. I've become much more ruthless and effective about cutting meetings I think might be pointless as I've grown older.

Over 80% of my adventures occur when away on business. And about 50% specifically occur on the way to the Airport :-)

Tell my colleagues I need to leave early to make sure I get to the airport in goodtime, little do they know within an hour of leaving the airport I am usually getting massaged by a PYT

WBW

Personally I love business meetings where they bring in a lineup of girls when the meeting is over and tell you to take your pick. It was quite the eye opener when that first happened (my boss had helpfully chosen to not warn me in advance, just to see my reaction).

Personally I love business meetings where they bring in a lineup of girls when the meeting is over and tell you to take your pick. It was quite the eye opener when that first happened.
In which industry are you ? Do you hire ?  :D
In close to 25 years of work, I have never seen that !  :yahoo:

Offline mh

In close to 25 years of work, I have never seen that !  :yahoo:

I know of it but not in the UK. I've not been at the meetings myself (yet).


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Offline paul_b_1977

Perhaps business meetings should have a rule to include "Summary of last punts" as a standing agenda point

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I work at sea on a ship, so am away for 5 weeks at a time, then home for 5 weeks, its pretty hard core work when away 13h days, with the occasional overtime up to 18h if things are not going well.  But when I am at home, I am at home the whole time, no office bollocks to bother with. 

The OH has a 9-5 Mon-Fri job , so I just arrange punting round that.  It's almost too easy, have to watch the finances though


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