Posts Tagged ‘ Dale Carnegie Training ’

Three Research-Based Reasons to Lead with Compassion

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October 4, 2017
Three Research-Based Reasons to Lead with Compassion

Tweet Compassion is something we rarely hear about in the workplace, however new research suggests that it directly impacts an organization’s bottom line.  Since having compassion helps leaders be successful, it also enables the employees they manage to become successful—which ultimately contributes to the company’s overall success.  Here are three researched-based reasons to lead...
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Four Tips for Tackling Team Optimization

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August 25, 2017
Four Tips for Tackling Team Optimization

Tweet Drive your team to success by applying one or more of these teamwork tips. Tackle team structure first. First and foremost, it’s critical to assemble an ideal team.  In Jim Collins’ best-selling book, Good to Great, the author implores, “If we get the right people on the bus, the right people in the...
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Take Two before Bed—Insomnia Myths Debunked

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August 15, 2017
Take Two before Bed—Insomnia Myths Debunked

Tweet It wasn’t until I learned to apply Dale Carnegie’s 5th principle to ‘Break the Worry Habit before It Breaks You,’ which is, ‘Decide just how much anxiety a thing may be worth and refuse to give it more,’ that I learned to sleep on it instead of staying awake with it.  Here are two common myths about sleeplessness...
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Is Going Back to School the Best Next Step?

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July 27, 2017
Is Going Back to School the Best Next Step?

Tweet The results of a Harris survey for the University of Phoenix in Arizona found that nearly 80% of workers in their 20s said they wanted to change careers, followed by 64% of 30-somethings and 54% in their 40s. Considering jumpstarting a new career?  Be sure to ask the following three key questions to determine if...
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Step Outside of Your Comfort Zone and Into Success

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July 13, 2017
Step Outside of Your Comfort Zone and Into Success

Tweet Everyone feels familiarity, safety and security within their individual comfort zones.  Our daily routines and patterns help stabilize our emotions and thwart feelings of anxiety and worry.  To grow and transform, however, we must step outside of our comfort zones.  Dale Carnegie said, “Take a chance! All life is a chance. The man who goes farthest is...
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Three Strikes, You’re Out—Top Interview Deal-Breakers

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April 14, 2017
Three Strikes, You’re Out—Top Interview Deal-Breakers

Tweet This spring, nearly three million college students will graduate with an associate or bachelor’s degree.  As many of these graduates embark on their professional careers, it’s critical that they perform at their very best during job interviews.  Here are three deal-breakers to avoid at all costs according to expert Human Resource leaders. Trash-talking. ...
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National Volunteering Month—Four Reasons to Lend a Hand

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April 7, 2017
National Volunteering Month—Four Reasons to Lend a Hand

Tweet The entire month of April is dedicated to honoring all of our communities’ volunteers and encouraging volunteerism throughout the month.  Whether your current employer has a volunteer program or not, here are four reasons to consider lending a hand.  Experience the ‘Happiness Effect.’  The conclusion of the London School of Economics study of...
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Four Business Lessons to Garner from the 2017 Oscars

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March 2, 2017
Four Business Lessons to Garner from the 2017 Oscars

Tweet Some are calling Sunday night’s 2017 Academy Award for Best Picture mistake a mix-up of epic proportions.  Here are four lessons that extend beyond show business worth incorporating into your daily routine. Smile- Whether the nominees were ultimately winners or losers, every single one smiled during practically the entire Academy Awards show.  It’s...
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Five Steps to Solve Prospects’ Problems and Seal the Deal

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January 12, 2017
Five Steps to Solve Prospects’ Problems and Seal the Deal

Tweet Whether a sales professional’s sales cycle is short or long, here are five specific steps that will help seal the deal.  Consider the customer’s point of view.  Dale Carnegie’s 17th Human Relations principle, ‘Try honestly to see things from the other person’s point of view,’ is paramount to building a strong relationship with...
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Review and Refine Your New Year’s Resolutions

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January 6, 2017
Review and Refine Your New Year’s Resolutions

Tweet While 45% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, only 8% actually achieve them.  If you have already set your resolutions or goals for the New Year, you may want to revise them to ensure they are realistic—and hence more attainable.  Here are three actions worth taking. Focus on the future.  Many of us...
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