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By the way | Mind your social media manners

Catherine Burtinshaw thinks LinkedIn users 
need to mind their 
social media manners

3 January 2013

I have looked everywhere for the timesheet code for ‘Christmas socialising’ but it seems to be missing. I must report that to human resources when I find a spare moment, as my December time recording would be off the scale if such events counted for anything.

Kennedys hosted its annual client Christmas party at London’s Guild Hall, which is a spectacular venue. It can be almost overwhelmingly full of people however, as I believe our room’s capacity is almost 1,000, meaning that in order to avoid rudely peering at people’s name badges in the dark to find those most relevant to one’s practice area one needs to have a strategy. Our team was very organised this year, planning various sets of pre-party drinks with key clients. This meant that we could all walk together to the venue and nobody became separated from the group in its cavernous interior, which worked well. ?The bubbles flowed, canapés abounded and ev...

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