Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm


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Market Watch
But trivia questions, problem-solving and brain-teasers — just some of the tasks cited in Glassdoor’s report — are the least of some interviewees’ worries, according to Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president for marketing at Dale Carnegie Training. The post-interview stories are becoming increasingly bizarre, she says. “People can be asked to sing a jingle,” she says.
Business Insider
In the spirit of Carnegie’s “Six Ways,” here are six habits from Dinsmore’s list, supplemented with timeless tidbits from "How to Win Friends."
Diversity Executive, Feb 2014
"Organizations that prioritize engagement and acknowledge the powerful role supervisors can play in promoting it can do much to enable successful diversity programs and build a more inclusive workplace." Mahan Tavakoli & Vicki Henson
The Washington Post, Jan 31
#10 on Washington Post Best Seller List- How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
St.Louis Public Radio
“Carnegie made the kind of argument that it was not character and sort of inner moral fiber that mattered to be successful in the modern world, but it was more personal development, personality, the ability to handle people,” Watts said.
The Charlotte Post, Jan 30
"Engagement is directly tied to productivity and loyalty," says David Fagiano, chief operating officer, Dale Carnegie Training. "This coincides with ROI, which is the reason why every business should pay close attention to their employees and their well-being."
Fat Company, Jan 24
In Carnegie’s book, he has a list of “6 Ways to Make People Like You.” Two of them? “Become genuinely interested in other people,” and “Be a good listener." Encourage others to talk about themselves.
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