Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm



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KevinMD.com , April 20, 2015
Today, more so than ever before, it is important to recognize lessons passed on by Dale Carnegie on simple values of sincere care and concern for patient’s wellbeing, and family apprehension. Making connections with a patient, a caregiver, and loved ones depends on being a good listener
Buffer.Open April 20
“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” – Dale Carnegie
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Apr 19 2015
How we handle arguments with coworkers can have a big impact on how well we do our jobs, so it’s key to figuring out how to defuse a tense situation — or ideally — to avoid things getting to a boiling point, says Piera Palazzolo, SVP of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training
While many things have changed in the past 80-some years, the way you treat people hasn’t. And, even in 10 years when we’re live streaming our space travels on Meerkat 26.0, Dale Carnegie’s fundamental leadership traits will continue to ring true.
Inc April 15 2015
t's official--people who work for small companies like their jobs better than those who work for large ones. That's the finding in a Dale Carnegie study released last year. Thirty-six percent of small-company employees reported being "fully engaged" with their jobs, compared with 29 percent of those who worked at larger companies.
Business Insider, April 14 2015
When Warren Buffett was 15 years old, he found a copy of Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends & Influence People" on his grandfather's bookshelf.
San Francisco Chronicle, April 14 2015
When You See Someone with Ear Buds on they could be listening to "How to Win Friends & Influence People" by Dale Carnegie
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