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Let's Become Human Again

Human beings will always continue to innovate and use technology. Today with all our devices we are technologically connected yet emotionally disconnected. It seems that we are less interested in other human beings, and this is affecting our relationships and our business results. Is technology leading your people, or are you? We would like to help you understand how to balance technology and people.

Course Overview

Social media apps and mobile advancements have changed the scene of human communication dramatically. Are human interactions going to continue to be affected by this? We live in a very interconnected age, and yet we are frequently more disconnected from each other.

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What You’ll Learn

You will learn the necessary tools for improving your professional and personal life by limiting your screens, learning how to engage your colleagues, and being a better communicator.

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Why you want to learn it

Some startling employee engagement statistics revealed in this study showed that only 29% of the workforce is engaged, 45% is not engaged, and 26% is actively disengaged. -Dale Carnegie and MSW Research Proper use of technology could strengthen efficiency for your business, but it could also be the link to less human interaction. Technology can take away the ability to use human skills and abilities, such as building relationships, being empathetic, listening, and engaging with groups.

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How it will help you

It doesn’t matter what you call it. Whether you call it the information age, digital age or knowledge age, a handshake is still the most important connection in business today. This means that our people are the biggest asset and competitive edge in an ever-tightening marketplace.

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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