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Business insider. Jul 23, 2015
"How to Win Friends & Influence People" by Dale Carnegie A favorite of legendary investor Warren Buffett, this classic focuses on the psychology behind daily interactions and how to use an understanding of how people work to emerge as a leader and influence.
Employment Relations Today - Summer 2015
When engagement and inclusion are low, a disconnect between organization and employee is indicated. Successful companies demonstrate a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion for the tangible business benefits they provide. Through the strategic use of proven human relations principles, organizations can create stronger, innovative, and more productive teams and workforces.
Time. Jul 14, 2015
Don’t let fear stop you from doing things, especially things you know you must do to be successful, Buffett advises. In fact, he did this himself–he was once terribly afraid of public speaking, so he took a Dale Carnegie course to improve this skill. He’s now one of the most sought-after and frequently quoted speakers in the world.
Business Insider May 28, 2014
"Success in Business Comes From Building Strong Relationships" How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
The Star Jul 6, 2015
It appears a high number of Canadian's spent Canada Day Reading 'How to Win Friends & Influence People' by Dale Carnegie
Tampa Bay Technology Forum, June 18 2015
For our June IT Executive Council meeting, leaders joined sponsors to learn how to better communicate from Rick Gallegos, President of Dale Carnegie Training Tampa Bay.
Nascar June 11, 2015
I went to Dale Carnegie courses to learn how to speak in front of groups and to learn how to speak in front of potential partners. It's like seat time in the race car: The more you do it, the more comfortable you become." - Chris Buescher
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