Dale Carnegie Training Blog



Wed
August 30, 2017

Customer service has always been important to any business. In the modern age there has been a change towards utilising technology and the advancement of social media, but there has to be a balancing act between using technology and AI, and having a real human being at the other end of the line to speak to customers and help build trusting and long-term relationships.

Read More - by Luke Bower
Wed
August 23, 2017

For many people, the thought of presenting in the boardroom, in front of important company executives is terrifying. Despite this, having the opportunity to present in front of the management team at your company could be the best (and potentially only) time you get to make an impression that could help you with your career goals.

Read More - by Luke Bower
Wed
August 16, 2017

Every company relies on the its administrative team in order to get stuff done! When the red tape and bureaucracy of a business starts to slow down the effectiveness of the products and services being delivered that make the company money it is time to streamline those processes. There are a number of benefits to improving the quality of your administrative processes.

Read More - by Luke Bower
Wed
August 09, 2017

Training is such a vital component for the success and growth of any company that it is important that you make the right choices in providers. Utilising the experience and know-how of corporate training specialists will help you to tailor individual programmes for employees that help not only the specific person grow in their career, but also benefits the company as a whole and the long-term sustainability of your company ethos through careful succession planning.

Read More - by Luke Bower
Fri
July 28, 2017

The modern world is lived at an intensely fast pace, and nowhere more so that the workplace. If you have decisions to make at a micro level each day it will prepare you for your future career in management roles if you wish to pursue that route. There are a number of things you can do to help build essential skills that will assist your career growth.

Read More - by Luke Bower
Tue
July 25, 2017

Times are changing fast and as a result many organisations are looking to get more done with less. To make this happen, the words ENGAGE, EMPOWER & ENABLE are critical areas to develop. In this blog, Mark Fitzmaurice, Director and Employee Engagement Expert,explains how to address these important issues in your organisation.

Read More - by Mark Fitzmaurice
Fri
July 21, 2017

For small business owners it is difficult to think about a time when you won’t be in charge of every aspect of the company you’ve built from the ground up. Succession planning is vital if you plan to step away from the daily struggles of working life for a more leisurely role in the future, or indeed to retire with the company passing on to other younger and more able individuals when the time is right.

Read More - by Luke Bower
Fri
July 14, 2017

Your sales staff are the lifeblood of your organisation. One way to improve the performance levels of your sales team, and in turn improve the productivity and profits of your company is to provide training for sales staff in how to effectively close sales quickly, shortening the sales cycle. Training on how to close a sale will drive up standards, smooth the sales processes and make them clear and easily understandable and we have the courses to help.

Read More - by Luke Bower
Thu
July 13, 2017

Is your body on the beach but your brain is in the office? Research shows that many people cannot relax on holiday until they've checked in at the office, and the rise in popularity of email on mobile devices can make it impossible to ever properly switch off. In this blog, Samuel Lessore, entrepreneur and Managing Director of Dale Carnegie London, shares his top tips to enable you to get the most out of your holiday

Read More - by Samuel Lessore
Fri
July 07, 2017

Creating executive leaders is something that can be achieved within any business. In order to grow effectively as a company it is important to have strong characters in management positions at every level of the business. These individuals should be confident to make critical decisions within a framework of the wider goals of the company.

Read More - by Luke Bower
 


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