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October 21, 2008

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Masters Dissertation

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Tnaseem

Great post.

Your last point rang home with me actually. I have requested endorsements from a couple of colleagues, who have never replied. These are people I worked with closely in my last job. I must admit to finding this very rude.

When I receive a request, I rarely do the endorsement immediately for one reason or other. However, I always reply directly to the person and explain that I will get round to it, and thanking them for asking! After all, they are showing you respect as a professional as they value your opinion.

J. Momonari

This will help me indeed. Thank you very much!

paul

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Vijay

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Sherman Flurbsburg

Good post, but unfortunately it fails to mention people you may have "known" and sat across from, but never worked "with". It also fails to mention old classmates that I haven't really stayed in touch with over the years.

Both nice guys? Yes. Know them enough to recommend? Not really.

I've got no direct knowledge of either person's expertise or how they have worked with others in their jobs. One claimed that he was doing the work of a manager, yet how can I affirm this in writing, when I did not know this to be the case? The other I last saw at a friend's bachelor party, and he wasn't doing anything I would recommend.

Cut them off as contacts? Not really. I don't mind staying in touch with either of them. But put comments that could reach a potential employer? Suggesting that I know about a superior work ethic or expertise in any area would not be ethical.

And we could all use a few more ethical people in this world...

Rajini Nambhiar

nice ! thx :)

Reuben Parker

Excellent post. Effective, entertaining, and very educaitonal. Thank you.

Jordan Jumpman

Always be the first to congratulate an opponent who succeeds, the last to criticize a colleague who fails.

Kurt Crummy

Thanks for the information..

Patty

@Sherman Flurbsburg
You are soooo right! I've just received a request to endorse a person with whom I just took a specialization course together, and I have no idea what to right to recommend him. Any suggestions Nabil?

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