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Aspire, India Today, Nov 17
Dale Carnegie Training India partners with middle market and large corporations to produce measurable business results by improving the performance of employees with emphasis on leadership, sales, customer service, team member engagement, presentations, and process improvement.
 
Business Insider, Sep 13
For less than $5, you can gather timeless wisdom from classics like Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People," build your economic background with world-changing texts like John Maynard Keynes' "The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money," and get insight from ancient texts like Marcus Aurelius's "Meditations.
 
US News, Sep 3
Practicing good listening skills will help you gain the respect of those you encounter. Go to one of Dale Carnegie’s well-known leadership development programs, which are based on his legendary book, “How to Win Friends & Influence People.” According to the Dale Carnegie Training website, these programs teach you how to: "strengthen interpersonal relationships, manage stress and handle fast-changing workplace conditions." The description continues: "You'll develop more effective communication skills and be better equipped to perform as a persuasive communicator, problem-solver and focused leader. And you'll develop a take-charge attitude initiated with confidence and enthusiasm.”
 
Times of India, Oct 29
Even as a CEO, it is still important to emphasise the value in developing personal relationships with at least the other higher level executives responsible for running a successful workforce.
 
Chicago Tribune, Oct 22 2014
One tip, Palazzolo says, is to repeat the person's name back to them. When he says, "Hi, my name is Jack." Your response can be: "Nice to meet you, Jack." A few seconds later, bring it up again: "Jack, I love that ascot."
 
Time, Oct 10 2014
Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People is the classic on getting along well with others. But is there any real science behind it, or is it just advice that “sounds good”? In the past I’ve broken down old sayings and career advice, let’s see if Carnegie holds up to scrutiny.
 
Entreprenuer, Oct 5 2014
Let things play out, says Peter Handal, chairman and CEO of global training company Dale Carnegie Training: "Don't try to stop someone from crying. Don't interrupt. Don't say it's terrible.
 
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