Today, I plan to arrive at the agency where I've worked for six years and (it being Monday) attending the Monday morning staff meeting.
It's my turn to facilitate the meeting, and one thing the weekly facilitator is expected to do is to close the meeting with an interesting or inspiring or motivating statement.
Once we've navigated the obligatory standard yadda-yadda-yadda and we're ready for the facilitator's words of wisdom, I'll say something like:
"Beginning next Monday, the first Monday of The New Year, I plan to begin referring to this agency, my place of employmnet, as 'the agency,' and will henceforth refer to you, my coworkers, as 'colleagues' and to those whom we serve as 'clients'. This represents an important change for me, and I hope we all can find the courage to change and improve ourselves in the coming year. The meeting is hereby adjourned."
Then I will lean back and smile at them sweetly. That should do it.