Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm


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May 06, 2014 09:05 PM
Forbes, May 6
To learn more about what it takes to lay the foundation for a good personal reputation, I spoke with Peter Handal, chairman and CEO of Dale Carnegie Training
Market Watch, May 4
Beware of criticism, says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president for marketing at Dale Carnegie Training. “Never complain or express sour grapes,” she says. “It’s not Facebook (FB), it’s a professional network.”
Forbes, May 1
A study by Dale Carnegie Training revealed that nearly three-quarters of employees are not fully engaged at work.
Irving Chamber, April 2014
Dale Carnegie Training is currently hosting workforce development workshops through Chamber University at the Irving Chamber. The upcoming workshop on May 20 focuses on communicating across generations in the workplace.
Entrepreneur, Apr 21, 2014
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie, 1936. This book has been called the “grandfather of all people-skills books” because it has been assisting everyone from the rich and famous to successful business leaders for more than 80 years.
Time, April 18, 2014
Talk About The Other Person’s Interests - This is straight from Dale Carnegie and if you’re not that socially adept, this is as straightforward as it gets.
Market Watch, Apr 18
Employees with loose tongues on social media are of particular concern. Dale Carnegie Training changed its non-disclosure policy last year to include social media to ensure employees don’t talk about the company online. The policy now includes “a social media and publicity clause” with guidelines that state that only official spokespeople are authorized to make comments on behalf of the company,” says Piera Palazzolo, a company spokeswoman.
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