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Your memory can be a tremendous asset in business and an important ally in social situations. Now you can learn to utilize it to its fullest potential. This seminar is an experience you won't forget ... and one that won't let you forget names, facts and figures ever again. When you attend How to Remember Just about Anything, be prepared to have fun. This three hour live online training program, structured for participant involvement, will give you Dale Carnegie's proven techniques for retaining information.
Let's face it. We don't often think that "performance review" and "motivation" belong in the same sentence. Performance reviews can cause anxiety in the associates being appraised and the manager responsible for conducting them. An effective performance review can be an opportunity for honest, open conversation about positive and negative results. It can inspire and engage people when it is focused on plans for the future. By setting expectations and helping associates to create achievable targets well in advance, then coaching and providing adequate feedback throughout the year, performance management becomes part of the culture rather than a dreaded annual event. People support what they help to create. Very few people are motivated by criticism. In this fast-paced webinar, explore ways to conduct RAVE performance reviews and plan your performance conversations so that staff members feel encouraged, inspired and ready to exceed expectations. Performance Reviews that Motivate is part of the Keys To Success Webinar Series.
Employees are open to influence and motivation. "If you tell me what to do, I will do it to protect my job. But if you inspire me to do it, I will do it to the best of my ability." Supervisors who understand this simple truth and know how to apply it are the ones who generate results in today's organizations. Great managers develop high-performance teams that get results because they know how to lead a team, not just manage it. This program will smooth your transition from individual contributor to supervisor to leader. You will learn the basics like delegation, time management, and performance appraisal techniques, and gain insights into the more advanced aspects of leadership needed to inspire and motivate teams.
Successful leaders are assertive leaders – but what does that mean? And how can someone who isn’t naturally assertive become more so to be an effective leader? Where is the line between assertive behavior and aggressive behavior, and why is it so important? Assertive leaders are forthright about their wants and needs, but are careful to consider the rights, needs, and wants of others in the organization. They are confident but not overly so, in-charge but willing to delegate and give up control when appropriate. In this Keys to Success webinar, you will learn the importance of assertiveness to become an effective leader in your organization. You will learn to build on your strengths and eliminate weaknesses, enabling you to develop a winning attitude. You will learn to be assertive but not aggressive, confident but not overly so – and thereby gain the influence you need to lead your team or organization. Secrets to Leading with Assertiveness is part of the Keys To Success webinar series.
The list of stress factors in today's world grows longer every day. People react differently to living in this pressure cooker. Some become aggressive while others become passive or just shut down altogether. Regardless of the reaction, the results are the same – personal and organizational productivity grind to a halt, creativity dies, and momentum vanishes. Now you can do something about the destructive forces of stress in the workplace. Learn to assess your current reactions to stress so that you can stop worrying and start working up to your full potential.
Dale Carnegie Digital® is excited to partner with Marshall Goldsmith to make one of the most effective management development methodologies accessible, convenient, live and online! Experience the merging of our world-renowned training and that of leadership development expert, executive coach and author, Marshall Goldsmith from his New York Times best seller and Wall Street Journal #1 business book, What Got You Here Won’t Get You There. This dynamic session will help you identify and overcome 20 of the most common interpersonal challenges often found in leadership behavior. You’ll learn a seven-step method to get rid of bad habits, or make adjustments to habits you want to change. You’ll apply a variety of methods to gain feedback and practice feed forward- a simple yet powerful process that turns feedback into productive action. Seminar Bonus: All participants receive a free copy of the best-selling book, What Got You Here Won’t Get You There by Marshall Goldsmith.For domestic shipping please allow at least 5- 7 business days for receipt of the Marshall Goldsmith book from time registered for this course. For international participants, please allow at least 7-10 business days shipping from time registered for this course.
In order to be a truly effective manager, you must be comfortable delegating work and ensuring your employees are accountable for delivery. With a fine line between delegating and "dumping", it is important to follow specific steps that make assignments clear and create a sense of ownership among team members while also maintaining overall control. Effective delegation helps develop individuals and achieve specific organizational outcomes. Learn how to identify who is ready for delegation using a reliable and collaborative process, and become prepared to determine "who will do what, when, and to what standard?" in your day-to-day role.
Nothing can destroy productivity, derail projects, and damage your reputation faster than workplace conflict. Whether it smolders just beneath the surface or becomes open warfare, conflict can paralyze your group, department, or the entire organization. And once initiated, the unpleasant task of resolving conflicts falls on your shoulders. Based on the time-tested principles from the new book How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age, this program prescribes the best approaches for effectively dealing with conflicts, so you can resolve issues while maintaining positive relationships. Learn to diagnose conflict before it intensifies, apply appropriate conflict resolution techniques to specific situations, and remain poised when tension is high.
Our online learning environment is designed to be engaging, interesting, informative, and above all, interactive. We want your experience to be great, so that you can apply useful Dale Carnegie® principles in your work and personal life. Plan to attend this event using your own computer and audio connection. Success is all about interaction, so participate actively using all of the methods available to you. Remember that others are depending on you to keep the session running smoothly and generate an unforgettable experience. Participants consistently tell us that the major benefit of these sessions is the information that is exchanged among the group, so we encourage and value your contributions.
Customers complain. What is important is how you handle those complaints when they arise: Do you follow a consistent process, treating each customer with equal understanding and empathy? Do you resolve their complaints in a way that earns their trust and their continued business? In this session, you will explore the variety of causes of complaints, identify ways to neutralize negative attitudes, follow a process that deals with both the emotional and rational elements of complaints, and identify root causes and the ways you can reduce the number and type of complaints. You will also walk away with numerous tips for keeping a positive attitude, even when dealing with difficult people and issues.