Yesterday, I did a blog posting on our seminar up at U VIC’s Workplace Skills Conference. My post attracted a lot of attention, but not for the reasons I hoped. So I’ve taken the unprecedented move of pulling it. Some of the faculty didn’t like it, but that’s not why I killed it – not everyone has to like what we post here. It’s because a few of the many good students who contacted me wondered if it maligned the reputation of their program, which was never my intention.
The BCom program is so good that two of our outstanding employees are currently from it, my co-presenter Diana Walter, and Amanda Waye. And there have been many others in Copeland’s history.
Back to the blog, it doesn’t serve any purpose to talk about the students who aren’t the best representatives of their school, when so many good examples abound.
How deliciously ironic that our seminar detailed the risks and rewards of Social Media for businesses.
Thanks for the comments from all the students who wrote, and you know who you are.