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Are you on Linked in? How are you finding the experience?
I must confess when I started to use Linked In to connect with my creative colleagues from my media days – I had trouble recognising my colleagues.
(More adventurous media days)
The names were familiar – but most of my colleagues looked and sounded (in the profile descriptions) so different
Most looked and sounded more professional yet… colourless and bland.
They seemed to be “not themselves” but trying to look all serious and corporate.
Now I understand that Linked In is a serious and professional and useful platform. It’s not designed for fun or to be expressive. It’s your professional resume on-line and Linked In contains a wealth of valuable professional information.
What I am noticing ‘though is a shift in style – a loosening up – a slow thawing of the cool professional detachment and bits…
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