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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. This FREE, 30-minute, interactive session introduces you to the Live Online experience, tests your audio connection, and teaches you how to use the many learning tools used in Dale Carnegie Digital webinars, workshops, and seminars.
Please Note: The full suite of Dale Carnegie Live Online webinars, workshops, and seminars are available to groups and teams. Each group member needs to be registered as an individual, and needs to access the session from his or her own computer. To learn more, including to inquire about group discounts, please see Online Training for Teams and Groups.
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Building a trust based work environment is the responsibility of the leader. According to a recent poll by Maritz Research Group, a leader in employee satisfaction research, 25% of employees report having less trust in management this year than they did last year, and only 14% say their company’s values reflect their own personal values. As a leader, it’s important for employees to know you can be trusted to not only make the best choices for the organization, but for the people you lead as well. Unfortunately, building trust doesn’t happen overnight and it can be easily lost with a single misstep. Successful leaders use a variety of tools for building teamwork and camaraderie, collaboration, engagement, and trust. Specifically using social media and on-going learning and development will help keep your team connected and churning out the sales.
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 outlined four ways that people evaluate us: what we say, how we say it, what we do, and how we do it. These tenets hold true for any presentation, whether delivered face-to-face or online. An online presentation delights its audience only when voice, visuals and technology come together to deliver a high impact engaging experience. Distractions are the norm; interactive and powerfully simple presentations are the solution. By practicing Dale Carnegie principles, masterfully using technology, and creating superior visuals, online presentations become dynamic and powerful. Join us for this session where you will learn how to break the mold of boring webinars and set the standard for Online Presentations! How to Present Online is part of the Keys To Success Webinar Series.
Part of successful organizational leadership is having the ability to assert the power of your position without intimidating others to the point where they are hesitant to take initiative. For staff members to respect you, they need to feel that you are approachable and able to keep your emotions in check. By applying Dale Carnegie's principles, and by gaining the willing cooperation of others, you become a catalyst for beneficial outcomes for your colleagues, customers, and yourself.
Successful Public Speaking uses the foolproof methods of Dale Carnegie to turn the participant from a nervous novice into a confident presenter. Dale Carnegie believed that public speaking is a skill to be learned, not an inborn trait. He validated that belief year after year by turning out the most accomplished speakers in the world. In this session, participants will learn the very same skills that Dale Carnegie himself used to create generations of politicians, community leaders, and successful business people. To master the art of public speaking learners need to eliminate discomfort and boost confidence, and understand the key elements of opening, message delivery, closing, and question and answer.
It is a simple truth: customers continue to do business with organizations that deliver on what they promise and who have treated them fairly. You have far more potential to develop long lasting relationships and future business success by managing customer expectations in a consistent way. In this session, you examine ways that you can exceed your customers’ expectations by setting, monitoring, and influencing their expectations. You start by determining their initial expectations and the reasons for each. Then you proactively set realistic expectations with the customer, leverage sure-fire ways to exceed them, and follow an ongoing and consistent process to manage customer expectations in the future.
Many leaders in key positions are becoming eligible for retirement. There is a great sense of urgency to proactively plan to replace a key talent. The expense and risk associated with bringing in candidates from the outside is high. Compounding this problem, the supply of job-ready replacement candidates is often limited. As HR professionals or managers, if you’re unsure where to begin, or are looking for a fresh approach to speed up the process, this webinar can help.
Your customers reevaluate their purchasing decisions every day, and every customer service interaction may bias them toward staying with your company, or moving away from it. Long-term customer satisfaction is built through serial expressions of helpfulness, respect, and genuine interest. Exceptional service drives customer loyalty and creates clients who will be champions for your organization, while service mishaps and perceived slights may result in a bad customer experience or worse – a lost customer. This course teaches you to become completely responsible for the attitude you convey every time you come into contact with your customer.
To achieve your strategic objectives, you first need to learn what motivates employees to work to their full potential. Secrets of Motivation will teach you how to become a leader who is known for getting results through people. You’ll learn to build effective relationships, encourage commitment, and harness innovation in your work environment.
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.
Acquiring new customers requires time and effort, but once onboard they create excellent opportunities for cross-selling and up-selling. By asking the right questions and making appropriate suggestions, you can significantly increase their overall purchase level, add revenue to your company’s top-line, and satisfy your client all at the same time. The secret is to uncover your customer’s unarticulated needs, and to offer solutions in a professional and consultative way. In this course you will learn to identify opportunities to delivery more products and services to your customers, and to apply a proven selling process that makes decision-making easy. You will become confident presenting additional buying opportunities and higher-margin alternatives, and your customer will thank you for it.
Dale Carnegie Digital and Jeffrey Gitomer join forces to create a dynamic sales presentations program designed for sales professionals who need to ramp up their closing ratios. This live on-line program is a blend of time tested Dale Carnegie presentation principles and sales methodologies; and the knowledge and expertise of sales authority and author, Jeffrey Gitomer. The program is designed to accelerate skills for both online and face-to-face presentations. In this dynamic session, you will learn strategies to transfer your message and get others to listen to you; how to make the most of your personality, voice, and body language in your sales presentation; when to end and ask for the sale to close the deal. Most importantly, you will reignite your confidence and passion for your product.
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.
A presentation is one of the most important tools a professional has for getting things done and influencing others. Whether you are persuading colleagues, selling to a client, energizing a team, or recommending an idea to senior leaders, an effective presentation can be the difference between your success and failure. This interactive, one-hour webinar will help you focus on the visual, vocal, and verbal components of presentation delivery so that your message has the intended impact on your audience.