Table the Conversation – To set a discussion point aside. Typical stated when a single discussion point is taking too much time in a meeting. E.g. “Let’s table the conversation and move on.”
Take-away – Something to be looked into outside of a meeting. E.g. “That’s a take-away for me and I will get back to you.”
Take Ownership – To assume responsibility for something. E.g. “You need to take ownership of this problem.”
Talking Point – Something to talk about, typically a list. E.g. “We can add this to our talking points.”
Task – An assignment. E.g. “We need to stay on task.”
Task-oriented – Staying focused on an assignment. E.g. “We need someone who is task-oriented.”
Team – A group of individuals acting as one. E.g. “Way to go team! You did great work!”
Tee it Up – Getting something ready to be done. E.g. “I’m ready to tee it up so that the team can just run with it.”
Tiger Team – A group of individuals with lots of knowledge and experience with a particular thing. E.g. “We’ll probably need to put together a tiger team for this.”
Touchbase – A moment to provide an update. E.g. “Let’s schedule a touchbase later this week.” See also Touchpoint.
Touchpoint – A short moment for providing an update. E.g. “Let’s schedule a touchpoint later this week.” See also Touchbase.
Transparancy – A clear view of what is happening. Nothing happening out of public knowledge. E.g. “We need to be transparent about how the new process will work.”
Troops – Staff. E.g. “Let’s rally the troops and get things going.”
Turn-key – An easy application to a solution. E.g. “We need a turn-key solution to this problem.”