(1). A term that compares stealing talent from another company to illegally hunting African rhinoceroses for their ivory.
“I have no problem poaching talent from Google. I mean, it’s not like they are watching us or anything. **ring** **ring** Hmm, another unknown number. Ya know it’s strange, every time I say that, my phone rings. Weird.”
(1). In finance, a term used to describe client assets currently managed by the firm. Usually used during sales staff meetings to encourage employees to get their existing clients to increase the size of their relationship with the firm, often through cross-pollination.