Gainesville Area Women's Network (GAWN) Luncheon - Bob Ganzak, Applying Dale Carnegie Principles to Social Media
Please join the Gainesville Area Women's Network (GAWN) on Wednesday, April 19th from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM at the Sweetwater Branch Inn for our monthly meeting. We'll hear from Bob Ganzak about applying Dale Carnegie principles to social media.
We live in a world of social media and new ways of communicating. That is our new reality and at times it becomes cumbersome and a bit out of the ordinary way of communicating. There is a solution to making YOUR communication professional and a bit more like the "in-person" world of communication. Hear how a book published in 1936 can change the way you communicate in 2023.
The Dale Carnegie Principles are effective human relations AND communication. Learn how to apply simple principles to your social media world to make your posts more effective.
Attendees will learn to:- Establish stronger social media posts
- Be a more effective leader
- Gain social media followers
- Enhance their brand
Bob is originally from Detroit Michigan and a graduate of the University of Detroit. He spent nearly 30 years in the radio broadcasting industry and is one of the architects of WIND FM in Gainesville and Ocala. He began his career with Dale Carnegie Training as a student in 1991. He served as a graduate assistant for many years and as a client, so he has seen the training from all angles.
He joined the Carnegie team in 2009 as a performance consultant, became an instructor in 2010, and took over as franchisee of the Jacksonville location in 2021. A “native” introvert, he has used the Dale Carnegie methodology to fashion himself a career in public speaking and has helped many do the same in their lives.
Bob currently lives in Valdosta, Georgia with his wife Alisa and their Goldendoodle, Buffett. Most of the time you will find him on the road throughout North Florida and South Georgia sharing simple solutions to many of our business challenges.
Registration is available at https://gawn.org/event-5196557.