Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm



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Joel Cascoigne Blog, Dec 4 2014
For myself personally, I have become so convinced that the How to Win Friends way of life is the one I want to live, that I now try to read this book every few months in order that I can completely engrain the principles and they can become who I am. I'm up to around 12 reads of it so far, and I don't imagine ever stopping re-reading. - Joel Gascoigne, Co-Founder & CEO, Buffer
Huffington Post, Jan 31
Dale Carnegie's - How to Win Friends and Influence People -One of the best selling books for the year 2014, it is a classic must-read book for anyone, not just marketer. The book explores the dynamics on how to best influence and get others to join your cause
Business World India, Jan 22 2015
Learning and development has emerged as one of the main differentiators in our knowledge economy where great people make the greatest difference in the success of a company.
Fast Company, Jan 2 2015
Ears Open, Mouths (Mostly) Shut Dale Carnegie hit the nail on the head all those years ago in How to Win Friends and Influence People: There's no surer way to secure a new relationship (or to get what you need) than by making the other person feel important. Introverts do know how to listen, and lucky for them, most people like being listened to.
Mar 05, 2015 04:17 PM
March 05, 2015 09:35 AM Eastern Standard Time
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dale Carnegie Training®, the leading global provider of classroom and online leadership, communication skills, sales and customer service training, has partnered with BadgeCert to offer digital badging on select courses, making it easy for business professionals to showcase their competencies and career development.
Dale Carnegie Training®, the worldwide leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training and employee engagement, unveils new findings on how to motivate millennials at work, as well as how to lessen the differences between millennials and baby boomers.
Business Daily, Dec 26
"There will always be bad bosses. You have to make good decisions," said Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president with Dale Carnegie Training, a leadership firm. It's in your power, in most cases, to make things better.
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