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Four Tips to Keep a Company Dinner on Positive Footing
In service of your next dinner party, April Lisonbee, a marketing analyst at Ferrazzi Greenlight and fellow frequent dinner party host, put together this great column on how to keep an office dinner party from turning into what she calls "a complain fest." She offers some great tactical tips that I hope you'll find useful as you organize your next gathering. Do you have any dinner party suggestions? Share them here.
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Widely hailed as one of the world’s most “connected” people, Keith Ferrazzi is the author of Never Eat Alone, the international bestselling book about building relationships for success. Ferrazzi is also an acclaimed speaker and CEO of Ferrazzi Greenlight, a consulting and professional development firm that helps organizations drive growth through relationships. Earlier in his career, he was chief marketing officer at Deloitte Consulting and the youngest to be tapped for partner in the firm's history. Then, upon joining Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Ferrazzi was the youngest CMO in the Fortune 500. He also served as CEO of YaYa Media before founding Ferrazzi Greenlight.
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