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Valeria, I continue to be amazed on how much I can learn from you and the community that you've cultivated regardless of platform.

Most people (including myself) like to feel that we make the right decision and rationalize them somehow to feed our emotions. But the real value is in what you're doing across any platform, from your weekly #kaizenblog chat http://twitter.com/#search?q=kaizenblog to how you're able to get people to take action, I've learned that it's not about right or wrong, good or bad, black or white; but how we reach those conclusions. Reading everyone's opinion not only help my own but also propel the discussion forward. Sometimes we're so into what we do that we stop questioning ourselves.

I would love your opinion on the art of listening because most people tend to just wait until it's their turn to speak.

Thank you for including me in the conversation, I'm humbled by it.

I think there's a simple answer to this question - if you're already outsourcing your company's public communications to a trusted PR agency partner, they should be responsible for communicating on your behalf in the social media space as well. But if PR dictates how/what should be said, your company as well as other agencies (digital, etc.) could support the idea and help execute.

Thanks for asking the question in a way that commanded so much response. We were just discussing this in a social media user group - how to improve/encourage the use of LinkedIn as a discussion space, not just a spot for hosting and posting messages. Why are people more responsive to discussions on Facebook than on LinkedIn? You have proven that it can work. Let's keep it going. Thanks, Glenn

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