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Post Gazette, Aug 17
“First and fore­most, you should try to take the time to un­der­stand where the neg­a­tive feed­back comes from,” said Piera Pal­az­zolo, of Dale Car­ne­gie Train­ing. “You can ac­tu­ally learn more from that type of feed­back, if you re­ally take the time to lis­ten.”
 
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CIO, 14 Aug 2014
"Sometimes, we learn more effectively from our mistakes than from successes," says Dale Carnegie's Palazzolo. "It's important to remember that, and to identify where a perceived failure can actually open up new opportunities," she says.
 
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Cleveland.com, Aug 13
"Dale Carnegie Training defines engagement as winning the hearts and minds of employees, and having them believe in, not just understand, what they're doing," says Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training.​
 
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Virgin.com, Aug 13, 2014
The most troublesome time for any entrepreneur is before you start turning your idea into reality. If you find yourself sitting around not doing anything, shake yourself out of it and get going.
 
August, 2014
Congratulations Vimi Appadoo for winning Africa's Most Influential Women in Education & Training
 
Miller observes that American advice on conversation has frequently proceeded from the careerist example of Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People: “Carnegie thinks of conversation as instrumental.
 
fredericksburg.com, Aug 3 2014
One of my favorite assignments in the course was to have students read Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Students were asked to relate the lessons found in the book to the class. It’s really quite easy to do.
 
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