Dale Carnegie & Google Empowering Entrepreneurs Across the UK
Dale Carnegie are delighted to be partnering with Google Campus
World renowned training company Dale Carnegie is proud to announce its continuing partnership with Google campus on a leading project in London to help support start-ups and entrepreneurs develop their leadership and management skills.
With its dedicated team and global network of spaces, campus aims to help entrepreneurs make their first steps in the entrepreneurial ecosystem and get the practical tools to transform their idea into a strong business project. The partnership with Dale Carnegie, whose UK client portfolio includes adidas, Help for Heroes and DNB Bank, will enhance the thriving start up community by fostering connections with other entrepreneurs and offering formal leadership training programs.
Over the past 12 months over 80 entrepreneurs have regularly attended bespoke workshops to help support them turn their big idea into reality, by unlocking new skill sets and providing practical ways to improve their business. By focusing on the key skills of essential leadership, such as the ability to influence others, building strong links with customers and the expertise to build an inspired, engaged team, the customised sessions enable participants to define a path to organisational success.
Entrepreneur and Managing Director of Dale Carnegie London, Samuel Lessore said, " We are delighted to be working with Google Campus as its ethos to enable entrepreneurs to benefit from continued education perfectly complements the Dale Carnegie ideology of continued to self -improvement to maximise business success.
As an entrepreneur myself I understand the practical challenges of getting a business to thrive in a fast-paced environment and am confident that this partnership will enable many entrepreneurs to make a steady pivot from self-sufficient autonomy to leading, managing, delegating and holding others accountable."