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Piera Palazzolo, Dale Carnegie Training, Senior Vice President of Marketing, recommends that you explain and why you are leaving. Palazzolo say, “Give valid reasons to back-up your decision to make a career change and leave your current position. Having an unwarranted or unexplained reason for quitting may leave your supervisor perplexed and potentially resentful.” Again, no need to burn bridges.​
 
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Business Insider, Nov 14
Dale Carnegie said in his book "Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business" that our minds are essentially "associate machines," which means we remember things better when there's a story or association attached to the subject. In other words, if you want people to remember you, tell them a story and make sure it's good.
 
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Business Day, Nov 13
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CBS News, Nov 12 2013
Being passionate is good, but being angry is not. "Coming off harsh and aggressive is not a good approach to charm your boss or colleagues, particularly in a business setting when dealing with colleagues who you may know on a personal level," said David Fagiano, chief operating offer at Dale Carnegie Training.
 
Pittsburg Post -Gazette
Leaving the tie at home on the job interview might not be the best idea, though. "The world has changed, but I still think you can't be overdressed. You can't go wrong with a tie, so why take the chance?" said David Fagiano, chief operating officer at Dale Carnegie Training.
 
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USA Today, Nov 10
Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president of Dale Carnegie Training, says that the experiment demonstrates how critical it is to show confidence when communicating if you want to be successful in your career. “No one wants to admit that they're not confident. But you can improve it by mentally talking to yourself.”
 
multifamilybiz.com, 11/5/2013
Dale Carnegie Training, the international leader in performance improvement and corporate training has partnered with the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI) for the first NAAEI Leadership Experience: Powered by Dale Carnegie Training, which will take place in Atlanta, Ga.
 
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