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Thanks Johanna, and everyone else too. I thought this was a bit better than "how you come across," because that is almost a taulology with "how you are perceived." (I left out the "message" part, because it seems too specific for the context. We don't know whether these people have any "message" to convey---they are employees, that's all we know about them.) 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer