Some people might question why we have a Facebook page at all. And even if they don’t, they wonder what the incentive is for becoming a fan — “what’s in it for me?” And the answer, we hope, is “a lot.”
First, the quickest and most efficient way to inform you of any class cancellations due to inclement weather — and we know a thing or two about that here in Michigan — is through our Facebook page. While we do have that information on our website for those who do not have a Facebook account, our fan page provides students with the most up-to-date information possible.
Secondly, the Facebook page serves as a hub for current students and graduates to stay in touch, talk about their experiences, and continue to engage with Dale Carnegie Training of Southeast Michigan. If you’ve ever taken a course with us, you know how strong that desire is to stay connected to the people you spent 12 weeks of your life with, sharing stories of trials and triumphs. And while you’re no doubt free to become friends with those people on Facebook and communicate that way, our fan page serves as an online community where you can share updates with the group as a whole, organize get-togethers with your classmates, and more.
You can also learn about new course offerings at Dale Carnegie Training, and even better than that, the FREE course offerings. Many people who take the Dale Carnegie Course end up continuing their momentum throughout other classes that can help elevate their skills, such as the Sales Advantage class. Often, you can test the waters through our preview sessions and decide if these other courses are a good fit for you.
We also post relevant links and articles, as well as inspirational quotes from Dale Carnegie and other leaders, which help you kick-start your day and remind you why you were interested in our philosophies in the first place.
The moral of the story is that our fan page is for you guys, and we want you to get the most out of the experience of being a fan. If you’d like to see more or something — or less of something, for that matter — leave us a comment on the fan page itself, or reach out to Scott Greer at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have friends or family members who might benefit from our updates, feel free to invite them to the page by clicking the “Suggest to Friends” link under our profile picture.