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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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Organizations have changed – there is now a mix of top-down authority and work where no single person is always “the boss.” Between matrix organizations, flatter structures, contracting, and outsourcing, success often depends on gaining the cooperation of people and resources that you do not have direct authority over. Great leaders and managers find success through influence and negotiation. They focus first on gaining employees’ respect and trust. They build up credibility through consistent action and leadership. They listen and provide support, thereby laying the groundwork for future support and influence. In this Keys to Success Webinar, you will learn the characteristics you need to have, and actions you need to take, to get maximum results from people who don’t work directly for you. You’ll learn how to influence others by building authentic trust, credibility, and respect, thereby gaining their willing cooperation when you need it most. Getting Results Without Authority is part of the Keys To Success Webinar Series.
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.
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.
Cold calling has never been tougher. As soon as the prospect figures out you're a sales person the immediate responses are "no budget," "we're in a purchasing freeze", or "call me in six months if things are any better."But we all know that there is always money available to buy something that provides real value to the prospect. The trick is to get your value proposition in front of the prospect in such a compelling way that you turn off the automatic "no" response.