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Jim Quigley Reflecting on His Time as Deloitte CEO via Twitter

Davos regular and out-going Deloitte Global CEO Jim Quigley is reflecting on his time in the big chair on Twitter and so far he’s said that “Experience has taught me in a world that seems increasingly focused on sprints, great professional relationships are the work of marathoners,” and “I’ve learned we often allow the urgent to crowd out the important; getting in front is the way we will stay in front.” These are nice thoughts and we’re big on reflection but what do you think Jimbo is really thinking that the Deloitte Twitter filters aren’t letting through?

Luckily, we’ve obtained JQ’s copious Tweet notes, all of which were ultimately denied by Deloitte’s Ministry of Propoganda. Here are some of the denied tweets:

• Really kicking myself after turning down Queen Rania’s offer to buy me a drink at Davos last year. #IDIOT

• Disappointed that I only get 5 months to Tweet under @deloitteceo. Not sure what my new handle will be. Is @deloittekicksass taken?

@JustinBieber how do you get ready for a big show?

• I’m just going to say it: Sharon Allen has awful taste in music.

• Good luck Barry! I guess I don’t have to warn you that this job will make you lose your hair.

Of course, many of you know Jim better than us, so feel free to speak/Tweet on his behalf below.

Davos regular and out-going Deloitte Global CEO Jim Quigley is reflecting on his time in the big chair on Twitter and so far he’s said that “Experience has taught me in a world that seems increasingly focused on sprints, great professional relationships are the work of marathoners,” and “I’ve learned we often allow the urgent to crowd out the important; getting in front is the way we will stay in front.” These are nice thoughts and we’re big on reflection but what do you think Jimbo is really thinking that the Deloitte Twitter filters aren’t letting through?

Luckily, we’ve obtained JQ’s copious Tweet notes, all of which were ultimately denied by Deloitte’s Ministry of Propoganda. Here are some of the denied tweets:

• Really kicking myself after turning down Queen Rania’s offer to buy me a drink at Davos last year. #IDIOT

• Disappointed that I only get 5 months to Tweet under @deloitteceo. Not sure what my new handle will be. Is @deloittekicksass taken?

@JustinBieber how do you get ready for a big show?

• I’m just going to say it: Sharon Allen has awful taste in music.

• Good luck Barry! I guess I don’t have to warn you that this job will make you lose your hair.

Of course, many of you know Jim better than us, so feel free to speak/Tweet on his behalf below.

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