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Deloitte Partners

 
#1 Deloitte Partners
25/02/2013 20:35

Bravehearted

Random thought keeps poking my head whenever I meet a partner in my practice.

Are any of the members of this forum a Deloitte partner?

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#2 RE: Deloitte Partners
26/02/2013 12:29

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to Bravehearted (#1)

not I

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#3 RE: Deloitte Partners
26/02/2013 12:47

presidentbartlet to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#2)

Hmm, I always thought you were....Are you more a skip or rainmaker kind of guy?

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#4 RE: Deloitte Partners
26/02/2013 13:44

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to presidentbartlet (#3)

just work for a much smaller company than any of the big 4

i like smaller companies :)

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#5 RE: Deloitte Partners
26/02/2013 15:22

Mr Cool to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#4)

No, but I know quite a few. What is the random thought?

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#6 RE: Deloitte Partners
01/03/2013 16:40

Bravehearted to Mr Cool (#5)

Strange.

When I chat with them - or see them sprawled in their office, shoes off, leg on table, stretching like a kitten - I keep thinking whether they're browsing this forum.

Admitted, I've only seen one partner do this - he might as well bring his pillow in.

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#7 RE: Deloitte Partners
01/03/2013 18:04

Mr Cool to Bravehearted (#6)

I think its significantly more likely that they are browsing LinkedIn, perusing the photographs of their own consultants, picking out attractive ones to transfer onto their projects....

Try this

1. find an attractive photo (your choice/persuasion) on LinkedIn

2. click on their profile

3. look at "people who looked at...also looked at..." list

4. click on the most attractive of that list

5. now look at the "people who looked at..." list

6. If need be repeat the process one more time

By now the "people who looked at..." list will be entirely populated by very attractive people. The effect is heightened if your definition of attractive is steriotypical.

I stumbled on this (no really, ha ha!) and the only explanation is that people surfing are generating links that LinkedIN assumes to be of interest. Normally this is based around something like a common experience in "accountancy in the mining industry", etc, but in this instance is clearly the result of bored perving!

off to the pub now....enjoy LinkedIn this weekend...

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