Frequently Asked Questions
When is class?
Relationship Recruiting begins on Monday, September 24th at 10 AM Central, and runs for two hours. In fact, it runs for two hours at the same time all week. The following week class resumes for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Can I get a recording?
No. Well sort of. Imagine you've just seen a summer blockbuster for about ten dollars. If you had the recording to bring home to your friends and family (and everyone else in the theater did as well,) it would signify the end of ticket sales. Soon the movie industry would be bankrupt and you'd have to huddle around the fire and tell stories instead. That said, we understand that sometimes you need a recording to train your whole team, and to keep them trained as you add staff. Call Tricia and talk about private training in those cases.
Can I pay for one and sneak the rest of my team around the screen?
Remember that movie example? This is instead like paying to see the movie and then letting the rest of your friend in through the emergency exit like some sort of obnoxious, thieving teenager. No, don't do that. Get off my lawn!
I'd like to pay to register more than one person, how do I do that?
You have a couple options. You can pass your credit card around and have each person register themselves, or you can call Tricia at 630.830.3000 and she can get all of you signed up.
How many seats are available?
We cap this class at 25 people. This keeps the size manageable with two instructors so no one's questions or needs get ignored by the mass of people. It's the difference between planning a party with a few friends, and planning a party with Congress. With the former, you'll get things done and have more fun.
Are there training materials I get to keep?
We're glad you asked. Yes, we don't make that mistake anymore. First, every class comes with a pdf workbook. Some sessions may include additional materials, that will also be yours to keep.
What kind of computer background do I need?
You should have a computer. This class is far more relationship focused than it is technology focused. It's the difference between a friend asking you a favor, and a robot asking for one. (Actually, that might be cool.)