Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm
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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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Market Watch, April 3
“The inability to disconnect has led to a blurring of personal versus work life,” says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice-president for marketing at Dale Carnegie Training. Since people take their work with them wherever they go, she says, they may simply decide to stay put. But what’s bad for the employee, she adds, is also bad for the employer. “Taking vacation is important for creativity and energy levels,” Palazzolo says. “They may be going through the motions at work, but not taking time off can ​
 
Mar 26, 2014 04:53 PM
Business Insider
If you have the drive to start a business all on your own, you know research beforehand is crucial. The best managers and business owners also know that running a successful organization requires continuous learning and re-examination of ideas.
 
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Business Insider, march 21
David Fagiano, COO of Dale Carnegie Training, agrees that March Madness offers a great opportunity for employee engagement and overall team morale. An office pool encourages healthy competition among colleagues, he says. "And as a result, coworkers can form personal bonds that not only boost collaboration but also engagement and productivity in the long run."
 
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Workopolis, March 14, 2014
“You have to address this immediately,” she said. “Talk to the person as soon as possible.” Palazzolo says you always want to start in a friendly way. The old “start with a compliment” approach. “Point out what that person does well first. For example ‘We appreciate your work ethic, your ability to get projects completed on time and really want to commend you for what you do. However it has come to my attention that you have some issues and that you’re not happy about certain things, and that ​
 
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The Entrepreneur, March 12 2014
They talk but don’t listen. It’s common knowledge that people love talking about themselves. Furthermore, Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People explains the importance of getting people to talk about themselves, particularly in a sales setting. A growth in confidence in a person who is experiencing success is a very normal human response. Yet there are significant differences in the ways individuals portray confidence that can have a dramatic and lasting effect on their future
 
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