Dale Carnegie Training Blog



Thu
June 22, 2017

Sales: Objection Handling

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Tue
June 13, 2017

Convince the C-Suite to help young employees begin building leadership skills now, or prepare to lose them. Talented employees expect to advance rapidly in today’s workplace. Media coverage of super-successful young entrepreneurs and CEOs inspires big dreams among ambitious workers everywhere.

Read More - by Dale Carnegie
Thu
June 01, 2017

Google reveals the secret to effective teams…and it’s not what you think. According to February issue of the Harvard Business Review, over the past two decades “the time spent by managers and employees in collaborative activities has ballooned by 50% or more”. Wondering how to create consistently effective teams that make that time productive in your own organization?

Read More - by Dale Carnegie
Fri
May 26, 2017

Growing your customer base is important for any business, no matter what sector you are in. There is more to creating customer growth than just developing your product, service and marketing, it’s about building long-lasting relationships to solidify your core customer base and growing from that.

Read More - by Luke Bower
Fri
May 26, 2017

Employee satisfaction and motivation are directly tied to engagement and retention. Though a recent research study Dale Carnegie has identified specific leadership attributes that employees need to feel engaged and stay at their jobs. We review these attributes in this leadership blind spots infographic.

Read More - by Dale Carnegie
Tue
May 23, 2017

Successful leaders are reliable leaders—both internally and externally. While a leader with Internal Reliability is true to their own beliefs and principles, a leader with External Reliability is true to others. They earn the trust and respect of everyone around them because they tell the truth and always admit when they are wrong.

Read More - by Dale Carnegie
Tue
May 23, 2017

By definition, leaders with External Reliability are honest and trustworthy to others. Their business relationships are ongoing works in progress that they have nurtured over time. People with External Reliability are, quite simply, liked. But that didn’t just happen by chance.

Read More - by Dale Carnegie
Tue
May 23, 2017

What exactly is External Reliability? In contrast to a leader with Internal Reliability (someone who is consistently true to thine own principles and beliefs; true to “Thine own self”), leaders with External Reliability are honest and trustworthy to others. While it’s important to hold firmly to personal values, leaders are less likely to accomplish goals without the trust of those around them.

Read More - by Dale Carnegie
Mon
May 22, 2017

Not all employee recognition programs are created equal. So when you’re trying to develop the most effective program for your company, here are some important things to consider:

Read More - by Dale Carnegie
Mon
May 22, 2017

It's the one part of a presentation you can't prepare for, which is the reason it fills so many people with dread. In this blog, Luke Bower, owner of Take Aim Media and High Impact Presentations graduate. shares his 3 top tips on handling a Q & A.

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