(1). To advance (at least in the mind of your HR department) to the “next level” through some kind of training or seminar or some other crap.
“Jim, we’d like to send you to Binghampton, New York for a week to attend the company’s Leadership Capability Strategic Initiative training. We think this will help you bridge the gap between your current meaningless role to the all-new meaningless role we have in mind for you.”
(1). An employee who deals with customers regularly. While usually the highest paid employees, these guys really try to do as little actual work as possible so they can spend more time sleeping with their way-hotter interns.
“Well, I don’t care what you heard. I didn’t want to be client-facing anymore. Not enough challenge. I felt my skills would be better suited to the letter management department. Luckily, my bosses agreed.”