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Dale Carnegie for Engaging Organizations and Teams

Meet organizational challenges head-on with Dale Carnegie’s human relations principles. See how you can impact your organizational culture, team success, employee engagement, and high performer retention.

Course Overview

This workshop will provide you with a strategic overview of the Dale Carnegie’s human relations principles and how they can be applied to create organizational impact.

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What You’ll Learn

Learn how to apply some of the most powerful foundational communication and leadership principles within your organization or team. Discover ways that your organization can develop a take-charge attitude, lead with emotional intelligence, and manage the stress that can come with a high functioning organization.

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Why you want to learn it

Today’s organizational success starts with its people. Engaging your employees and empowering them to reach new heights is your organizations competitive edge. Get a better understanding of how your organization can use Dale Carnegie’s human relations principle to develop your own competitive edge.

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How it will help you

Knowing how your organization can create a strong bench of confident communicators, effective leaders, and engaged employees will help you reduce turnover, increase productivity, and build a positive corporate culture. Our event criteria applies: This workshop is specifically designed for leaders, human resources, and learning and development professionals who want to better understand how Dale Carnegie can help them make an impact on their organization or specific team.

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“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”

Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie