Social media has taken the practice of “name and shame” to hilarious new heights with the ability to reach vast networks of people in an instant, rile them up, and direct their outrage at the online worlds of stunned sinners. That so many “professionals” haven’t yet learned this is remarkable indeed.
Today’s unfortunate study is Kelly Blazek who was humorously selected as the 2013 Communicator of the Year by the Cleveland Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators. Blazek, in response to a LinkedIn networking request, misfired off a response that quickly ran the social media gamut.
You can read all about it here, along with the how-do-I-internet? apology. Though Blazek has apparently deleted her own blog, she can now read all about her misadventures here at Tastes Like Foot.