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Santa Ana, CA---Dale Carnegie Training®, one of the world's leading human resources and management consulting organizations, presents its prestigious Leadership Award to Automobile Club of Southern California, the largest member of the AAA federation of motor clubs.
Hauppauge, NY – March 3, 2017 – TrainingIndustry.com has announced its Top 20 Sales Training Companies List, as part of its mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies.
Hauppauge, NY – February 2, 2017 – TrainingIndustry.com has announced its Top 20 Leadership Training Companies List, as part of its mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies. For the 5th year, Dale Carnegie Training has been recognized as an industry leader in this category.
brandchannel.com, Dec 2016
These days, Dale Carnegie is relying on more than its leadership training and its 80-year-old classic self-improvement tome to carry its brand message. Dale Carnegie Training has launched a visual and digital rebrand to go along with an ongoing campaign to raise awareness and understanding of the 104-year-old corporate education leader.
Money, Dec 2016
The job hunt won’t be a cakewalk, though. According to a new report from consulting firm Dale Carnegie, competition will be stiff, with 41% of U.S. employees actively looking for a new job or planning on doing so within the next year.
Press Release, Dec 2016
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Dec. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dale Carnegie, the iconic global leadership training provider, today unveiled a new visual identity as part of a sweeping global brand modernization. The new visual identity includes an updated logo and style guide for all communications. A redesigned website incorporating the new branding will launch in 2017.
Media Post, Dec 2016
Dale Carnegie, the iconic global leadership training program, is rebranding in a global modernization effort
Ad Week, Dec 2016
"I have my Dale Carnegie diploma there," Buffet said, "because it changed my life." In fact, the lives Dale Carnegie Training has changed read like a who's who of business and politics: President Lyndon Johnson, Hotelier J.W. Marriott, Jr., Chrysler turnaround CEO Lee Iacocca, Wendy's founder Dave Thomas and, more recently, Nascar driver Danica Patrick and former Google Japan vp Norio Murakami. All told, some 9 million people have taken Dale Carnegie courses, which are offered in all 50 U.S.​
Business Insider, Dec 2016
Whether you're into New Year's resolutions or not, the holidays are as good a time as any to reflect on your life. Around this time every year, people start checking in with themselves and begin assessing how things are going.
fastcompany.com, Nov 21
Researchers found that an employee is nearly 10 times more likely to be very satisfied with their job when they are led by someone they feel is honest and trustworthy.
PR Newswire, Nov 17 2008
The Leadership Gap - One of the most important things a leader can do to inspire and motivate employees is to have the humility to admit when they are wrong.
Miami Herald
CEO Scott Garvis and vice president Christine Ramírez Pallesen, at Dale Carnegie Training Southeast Florida, 3107 Stirling Rd., Fort Lauderdale.
Dale Carnegie Training is celebrating its 104th anniversary not only by enjoying its “thriving franchise network” in 90 countries but also by launching a new annual program: The Dale Carnegie Global Day of Giving
100+ Dale Carnegie Training locations from New York to New Zealand to participate in first annual “Global Day of Giving” Goal: provide underserved youth and nonprofit workers with techniques that will improve their communication skills, strengthen their people skills, and enhance their success at work and in daily life Follow the conversation on social: #DaleCarnegieGiving
Oakland Press News
Rock legend Bob Seger funded the Dale Carnegie Youth Program in Oakland County in July to help bring needed life skills to troubled kids. The 3 main focuses of the program are building self-confidence and maintaining a positive attitude, learning how to manage stress and focus in times of challenge, and building interpersonal skills.
Hauppauge, NY – July 7, 2016 – TrainingIndustry.com has announced its Top 20 Workforce Development Companies List, as part of its mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies. Dale Carnegie Training is proud to have been selected as an industry leader in this category.
New Dale Carnegie Training location opens in North Charleston
Daily Herald Business Ledger
Employees who are passionate about what they do and who they work for are natural brand advocates. Give them a chance and they’ll tell everyone the great things that are happening with the company, both in person and through social media. These people are the employees any organization would love to have. Here are five ways to create this enthusiasm within your business.
TrainingIndustry February 24, 2016
TrainingIndustry.com has announced its Top 20 Sales Training Companies List, as part of its mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies. For over 100 years, Dale Carnegie has been helping sales professionals find the courage and confidence they need to take command of their role and provide clients with the highest levels of service.
TrainingIndustry.com has announced its Top 20 Leadership Training Companies List, as part of its mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies. For the 4th year, Dale Carnegie Training has been recognized as an industry leader in this category.
Association for Talent Development, Jan 2016
Convince your online participants to tune in—and get them to interact and engage. Interact and Engage! offers proven strategies for captivating your live online audience. With more than 50 activities ranging from openers and icebreakers to closers, instructional design experts Kassy LaBorie and Tom Stone present a framework for igniting online training programs, meetings, and webinars.
Tech.co, Oct 31 2015
How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie is a classic book that has stood against the test of time. Dale Carnegie’s tips are still relevant. Why is that important in your business journey? If you don’t become a strong, motivated and committed person, you’ll never develop a successful business.​
Entrepreneur, Oct 27, 2015
In his book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie's principle #9 is as follows: "Make the other person feel important and do it sincerely." When you let someone know they are providing value, it makes them feel good and enables them to open up more
Forbes, Oct 16 2015
This week we're reading: Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People
CS Monitor, August 18, 2015
"How to Win Friends & Influence People" by Dale Carnegie provides you useful techniques to develop these and other personal traits that make you more appealing to potential employers.
Philadelphia Business Journal, Oct 1 2015
Human nature that doesn't change. What changes are the tools to communicate. Understanding what motivates people, how to foster teamwork are fundamental needs of any organization. Do you know what "drives" employee engagement? Studies done by training groups like Dale Carnegie have shown that if an employee is dissatisfied with their immediate supervisor, there is an 80% chance that they are disengaged.
Aug 18, 2015 02:10 PM
Dale Carnegie Training, the worldwide leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training, and employee engagement, announced today that Joseph “Joe” K. Hart, Jr. is its new President and CEO.
Minneapolis Business Journal
The Business Journal's 17th annual Best Places to Work awards honor 65 Minnesota employers for creating and maintaining engaged workforces.
The Huffington Post, Aug 12 2015
“I had the intellect for business,” he says in a Bloomberg TV documentary, “but not the persona.” So he signed up for the Dale Carnegie “How to Win Friends and Influence People” course of seminars. “I had to learn to communicate with people better,” he goes on, “particularly in groups. I just couldn’t go through life being terrified to speak in public.”
The DRum, Aug 12 2015
Having How to Win Friends and Influence People on your bookshelf is a reminder that cultures aren’t created by corporate initiatives, it’s up to us as individuals to do our bit to create a positive culture.​
Business Insider, Aug 10 2105
Networking helps our successful people be more innovative. According to Dale Carnegie's classic “How To Win Friends & Influence People,” successful people rarely complain or criticize. They are sincere and try to be empathetic.
Time, Aug 7 2015
“I highly recommend reading How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. This book has helped me become a better communicator, which makes me a better manager, public speaker, husband and friend.” — Jacques Bastien, Boogie
The Wall Str Journal, Aug 7, 2015
A CEO with whom I once worked had taken the Dale Carnegie course, and every week or two, on a Friday afternoon, I’d get an email that said “Dear Janice, Thank you!!!” Sometimes he elaborated to say: “Thank you for all you do!!”
Inc, Aug 7 2015
Warren Buffett, who has billions of reasons to be worried, adopted the secrets of Dale Carnegie's sometimes-overlooked gem of a book called “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living“
The Washington Post, Aug 3
How to Win Friends & Influence People" by Dale Carnegie Listed by Washington Post as a Top 10 Bestseller​
AmNewYork. Jul 26,2015
"Skills such as effective personal interaction, positive attitude formation, leadership, et cetera are being seen as much more essential in today's business landscape," which takes the pressure off a candidate's professional experience. - Jean-Louis Van Doorne, SVP Dale Carnegie Training
Fast Company. Jul 23, 2015
Business insider. Jul 23, 2015
"How to Win Friends & Influence People" by Dale Carnegie A favorite of legendary investor Warren Buffett, this classic focuses on the psychology behind daily interactions and how to use an understanding of how people work to emerge as a leader and influence.
Employment Relations Today - Summer 2015
When engagement and inclusion are low, a disconnect between organization and employee is indicated. Successful companies demonstrate a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion for the tangible business benefits they provide. Through the strategic use of proven human relations principles, organizations can create stronger, innovative, and more productive teams and workforces.
Time. Jul 14, 2015
Don’t let fear stop you from doing things, especially things you know you must do to be successful, Buffett advises. In fact, he did this himself–he was once terribly afraid of public speaking, so he took a Dale Carnegie course to improve this skill. He’s now one of the most sought-after and frequently quoted speakers in the world.
Business Insider May 28, 2014
"Success in Business Comes From Building Strong Relationships" How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
The Star Jul 6, 2015
It appears a high number of Canadian's spent Canada Day Reading 'How to Win Friends & Influence People' by Dale Carnegie
Tampa Bay Technology Forum, June 18 2015
For our June IT Executive Council meeting, leaders joined sponsors to learn how to better communicate from Rick Gallegos, President of Dale Carnegie Training Tampa Bay.
Nascar June 11, 2015
I went to Dale Carnegie courses to learn how to speak in front of groups and to learn how to speak in front of potential partners. It's like seat time in the race car: The more you do it, the more comfortable you become." - Chris Buescher
Market Watch June 9, 2015
Blame the smartphone. “When the work week was very regimented, Summer Fridays was a way to offer perks to employees,” says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president for marketing at Dale Carnegie Training. “The Internet has blurred the line between our work and personal lives, so the idea of a Summer Friday is passe. That’s not to say that time off isn’t important and the ability to disconnect isn’t important.”​
Financial Review June 6, 2015
It's never too late to be inspired by these stories. It's never too late to improve. It's never too late to try something new. It's never too late to discover something about yourself.
Forbes. June 5, 2015
“I don’t have my diploma from the University of Nebraska hanging on my office wall, and I don’t have my diploma from Columbia up there either—but I do have my Dale Carnegie graduation certificate proudly displayed.” - Warren Buffett
Chicago Tribune. June 1, 2015
Like millions before me I read “How to Win Friends and Influence People” and was blown away by the power of this book. I can’t believe that I hadn’t read it until recently and feel like I have wasted some precious opportunities to optimize certain situations in life.
Elite Daily. May 25, 2015.
Here are 15 science-backed self-help books that’ll (hopefully) help you make some positive strides towards your own personal development.
Bustle. May 19 2015
Transitioning from the clarity of a campus life to the uncertainty of the post-collegiate career chase can be tough. You will have to trade in those yoga pants for a respectable suit of some kind, and that resume of yours almost certainly needs work.
AOL Jobs. April 24 2015
How feeling good about your work is important for you and your company.
May 22, 2015 07:55 PM
Leslie English owns Dale Carnegie Training of Central New York. Ask a successful leader what makes them great, and English says: “They would say, ‘Every day, I come in here trying to think of what I can do differently to make it better for someone else.’”
Business Alabama
Back when the other kids were opting for Little League baseball, 12-year-old Craig King picked a different path — choosing a Dale Carnegie course to learn more about public speaking and the art of persuasion.​
KevinMD.com , April 20, 2015
Today, more so than ever before, it is important to recognize lessons passed on by Dale Carnegie on simple values of sincere care and concern for patient’s wellbeing, and family apprehension. Making connections with a patient, a caregiver, and loved ones depends on being a good listener
Buffer.Open April 20
“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” – Dale Carnegie
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Apr 19 2015
How we handle arguments with coworkers can have a big impact on how well we do our jobs, so it’s key to figuring out how to defuse a tense situation — or ideally — to avoid things getting to a boiling point, says Piera Palazzolo, SVP of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training
While many things have changed in the past 80-some years, the way you treat people hasn’t. And, even in 10 years when we’re live streaming our space travels on Meerkat 26.0, Dale Carnegie’s fundamental leadership traits will continue to ring true.
Inc April 15 2015
t's official--people who work for small companies like their jobs better than those who work for large ones. That's the finding in a Dale Carnegie study released last year. Thirty-six percent of small-company employees reported being "fully engaged" with their jobs, compared with 29 percent of those who worked at larger companies.
Business Insider, April 14 2015
When Warren Buffett was 15 years old, he found a copy of Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends & Influence People" on his grandfather's bookshelf.
San Francisco Chronicle, April 14 2015
When You See Someone with Ear Buds on they could be listening to "How to Win Friends & Influence People" by Dale Carnegie
Business Insider, April 13
DeJoria says one of his favorite books is Dale Carnegie's 1936 classic "How to Win Friends & Influence People," which says the best leaders understand that "abilities wither under criticism" and "blossom under encouragement."
April 13, 2015
This all changed when Buffett forced himself to take a Dale Carnegie public-speaking course. He discloses, "That $100 course gave me the most important degree I have...
Investopedia, April 5
He is also fond of noting that he took a Dale Carnegie class in public speaking.
Business Insider, March 24 2015
Dale Carnegie recognized the demand for leadership training about a century ago and began teaching personal success and public speaking classes that became immensely popular.
Apr 22, 2015 07:06 PM
Stuff.co.nz - Business, April 21 2015
Self-improvement guru 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.
Apr 16, 2015 07:15 PM
Inc.com, April 16 2015
A survey reveals that people in small companies love their jobs--but not for the reasons their employers think.
The Economic Times, March 15 2015
But of course, this was the top choice. If you go by the not-so-charming title that makes it sound like a teenager's guide to life, you are highly mistaken. Listen to Dale, the leader of his own ilk, who teaches you how to deal with people in business-context.
Business Insider, March 13 2015
"Those who have the best interpersonal and communication skills will always have an edge over their colleagues who don't."
Entreprenuer, March 12 2014
Engaged employees, according to Dale Carnegie Training, are “enthusiastic about work, inspired and motivated by leadership, empowered to do their work their way and confident they can achieve excellence.”​
March 2015
Building out your Linkedin profile will help make you more attractive to recruiters and it is a great way to get recognized by your friends, co-workers, and managers. Click "Add to Profile" next to the Dale Carnegie program that you graduated. It is quick and simple!
Entrepreneur, March 3 2015
"Dale Carnegie's Magic Formula: Relive a personal experience relevant to the point. Call on attendees to take a single, specific action. Clearly emphasize how the listener will benefit from taking the recommended action."
La Prensa, Feb 2015
Dale Carnegie Training Launched in Nicaragua Late Last Year!
Time, Feb 17 2015
Do the hard jobs first. The easy jobs will take care of themselves. — Dale Carnegie
Searc Engine Journal, Feb 9 2015
In How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie notes that people crave sincere appreciation – not empty flattery.
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.
Toledo Blade
He’d also like every student, eventually, to take a Dale Carnegie course. The idea is: College should prepare you for life and for success
Fast Company, Jan 7
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.
Action Breeds Confidence You already know not every idea you have is going to work out the way you planned. It's great to have a sound business plan, but if you're wringing your hands over all the little things that can go wrong, you're wasting valuable time. In the words of Dale Carnegie: "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."
Washington Post
Back in 1936, Dale Carnegie put together a small booklet called “The Golden Book.” In it, he listed a number of rules or principles from two of his successful books “How to Win Friends and Influence People” and “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living.” I recently was reminded of his “Golden Book” and had a chance to review it again. Timeless tips that seem to transcend generations and can be beneficial for all of us as we start out the new year.
SiliconInda, Jan 12
If we were to survey any HR manager on some of their biggest focus areas in the coming year, employee engagement would most likely top their list.
AM New York
New Year's resolutions don't have to be all about health and personal life goals. As we head into 2015, it's important for people to organize their career paths as well.
Business Insider, Dec 12
"Some of it is just practice — just doing it and practicing," Buffett said. "And it worked. That's the most important degree I have." about Public speaking course.
Aspire, India Today, Nov 17
Dale Carnegie Training India partners with middle market and large corporations to produce measurable business results by improving the performance of employees with emphasis on leadership, sales, customer service, team member engagement, presentations, and process improvement.
Business Insider, Sep 13
For less than $5, you can gather timeless wisdom from classics like Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People," build your economic background with world-changing texts like John Maynard Keynes' "The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money," and get insight from ancient texts like Marcus Aurelius's "Meditations.
US News, Sep 3
Practicing good listening skills will help you gain the respect of those you encounter. Go to one of Dale Carnegie’s well-known leadership development programs, which are based on his legendary book, “How to Win Friends & Influence People.” According to the Dale Carnegie Training website, these programs teach you how to: "strengthen interpersonal relationships, manage stress and handle fast-changing workplace conditions." The description continues: "You'll develop more effective communication skills and be better equipped to perform as a persuasive communicator, problem-solver and focused leader. And you'll develop a take-charge attitude initiated with confidence and enthusiasm.”
Times of India, Oct 29
Even as a CEO, it is still important to emphasise the value in developing personal relationships with at least the other higher level executives responsible for running a successful workforce.
Chicago Tribune, Oct 22 2014
One tip, Palazzolo says, is to repeat the person's name back to them. When he says, "Hi, my name is Jack." Your response can be: "Nice to meet you, Jack." A few seconds later, bring it up again: "Jack, I love that ascot."
Time, Oct 10 2014
Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People is the classic on getting along well with others. But is there any real science behind it, or is it just advice that “sounds good”? In the past I’ve broken down old sayings and career advice, let’s see if Carnegie holds up to scrutiny.
Entreprenuer, Oct 5 2014
Let things play out, says Peter Handal, chairman and CEO of global training company Dale Carnegie Training: "Don't try to stop someone from crying. Don't interrupt. Don't say it's terrible.
CBS News Oct 6 2014
"An astute interviewer can easily identify someone who is trying too hard," notes Jean-Louis Van Doorne, master trainer for Dale Carnegie Training. Acting natural will get you hired, but super-stiff and desperate? Not so much. Just be yourself. "If that doesn't work in an interview process, it certainly won't work if you get the job," says Van Doorne.
Golightpath.com, Oct 2014
Dale Carnegie Training has chosen Lightpath Hosted Voice
CBS News Oct 6 2014
You want to know something not only about the company, but also the particular job and the person interviewing you. Start with Google (GOOG), but go beyond that first step. "LinkedIn (LNKD) is a terrific resource for gathering the basics about the people you will be meeting, like schools, career history, participation in professional organizations and maybe even people you share in common,
Oct 2, 2014
Fanshawe College is proud to announce a partnership with Dale Carnegie Training that will bring The Dale Carnegie Course to students looking to bolster their business presence.
News Channel 5 Network, Sep 26
Urban said after hearing graduates aren't good at social skills, team or relationship building, he knew they had to do something. Allyn Walker is with Dale Carnegie, a program widely known in the business world that teaches people skills. They cover everything from how to articulate ideas, to dealing with conflict or with people different than you.
Fast Co. Design, Sep 24 2014
It's one of the best-selling self-help books of all time. And because of a design constraint, it was nearly called something else.
Business Insider, Sept 23 2014
How we build relationships has fundamentally changed as a result of the Internet. Yet few people realize the implications. Dale Carnegie's 1936 classic, "How To Win Friends & Influence People," has helped tens of millions of people build in-person relationships. We need new universal principles for building relationships online.
CIO, Sep 23, 2014
Conflict in the workplace is inevitable, but, if handled correctly, it can actually lead to a more engaged and productive workforce. The key is to maintain professionalism at all times and remember to be empathetic, says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president, Dale Carnegie Training.
Middle Tennessee State University News, Sep 2014
Business leaders think current students need to have better honed “soft skills” — communication, problem solving, etc. — to make business relationships productive. That’s why MTSU’s Jones College has entered an exclusive partnership with Dale Carnegie Training, the internationally recognized professional development training organization, to embed this “soft skills” training.
Talent Management Excellence, Sep 2014
Effective principles for engagement and retention apply equally to small and large companies.- Mahan Tavokoli
Here is a 12-step process for defusing a conflict before it gets out of hand, loosely based upon inputs provided by Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president of Dale Carnegie Training.
Shenzhen Evening News
Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, talks about the company's rich heritage, its international reach, local touch, and the similarities between the Asian culture and the Dale Carnegie principles.​
Hong Kong, Aug 2014
Congratulations to Arupgroup in Hong Kong, recipient of the Dale Carnegie Training Leadership Award.​
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug 24 2014
Man­ag­ers could ben­e­fit from join­ing in on the dis­cus­sions about the game-break­ing plays, said Piera Pal­az­zolo, se­nior vice pres­i­dent of mar­ket­ing for Haup­pauge, N.Y.-based con­sult­ing firm Dale Car­ne­gie Train­ing.
Post Gazette, Aug 17
“First and fore­most, you should try to take the time to un­der­stand where the neg­a­tive feed­back comes from,” said Piera Pal­az­zolo, of Dale Car­ne­gie Train­ing. “You can ac­tu­ally learn more from that type of feed­back, if you re­ally take the time to lis­ten.”
CIO, 14 Aug 2014
"Sometimes, we learn more effectively from our mistakes than from successes," says Dale Carnegie's Palazzolo. "It's important to remember that, and to identify where a perceived failure can actually open up new opportunities," she says.
Cleveland.com, Aug 13
"Dale Carnegie Training defines engagement as winning the hearts and minds of employees, and having them believe in, not just understand, what they're doing," says Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training.​
Virgin.com, Aug 13, 2014
The most troublesome time for any entrepreneur is before you start turning your idea into reality. If you find yourself sitting around not doing anything, shake yourself out of it and get going.
August, 2014
Congratulations Vimi Appadoo for winning Africa's Most Influential Women in Education & Training
Miller observes that American advice on conversation has frequently proceeded from the careerist example of Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People: “Carnegie thinks of conversation as instrumental.
fredericksburg.com, Aug 3 2014
One of my favorite assignments in the course was to have students read Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Students were asked to relate the lessons found in the book to the class. It’s really quite easy to do.
Oakridge Today, July 26
The Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with Dale Carnegie of Tennessee to offer a six-workshop series on employee engagement.
Entrepreneuer, July 26
Dale Carnegie's insights and advice have stood through time. All marketing and sales teams should have a copy on hand, as the messages shared help readers learn to deal with people.
Minas Em Cena
On a visit to Brazil, Mahan Tavakoli, the global Vice President of Dale Carnegie Training, one of the largest training organizations in the world, headquartered in the United States and represented in more than 90 countries, was guest of Mines Scene magazine discussing how effective leaders develop engaged employees.
Market Watch, July 11 2014
"69% of disengaged employees would leave for such a modest pay increase. “When people feel valued they are less likely to leave,” says, Piera Palazzolo, SVP, Dale Carnegie Training. “Employees leave their supervisor, they don’t leave their company.”
Chicago Tribune, July 10 2014
“It’s the difference between someone in your company saying, ‘I understand where this company is going,’ versus, ‘I believe in where this company is going.’ If you can generate belief at that level, you can drive spectacular results.” - David Fagiano, COO, Dale Carnegie Training
July 2014
Dale Carnegie Training®, the worldwide leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training and employee engagement, releases new findings on how to drive employee engagement in small and mid-sized businesses
Jun 26, 2014 04:48 PM
Put on the spot? The pros stay composed. Here's how to prepare for hot-seat moments.
Africa's Most Influential Women in Business and Government
Vimi Appadoo, the CEO of Competency Co and dale Carnegie Training Mauritius, says she uses every single opportunity to inspire and coach young women leaders to dream big for themselves as future leaders and thus impacting the women's community at large.
MAIN ST, June 18
Before we get to the good news, let's rip off the band aid and dispense with the bad first. Though it's always hard to take criticism, experts like Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training, thinks it's important Millennials understand how they're viewed by their employers, so that they can better prepare themselves to counter negative stereotypes
The Kansas City Star, June 13
102 years after Dale Carnegie’s first how-to-succeed course was offered, I recently was charmed by a nine-page booklet from the Dale Carnegie Training company.
Hauppauge, NY (May XX, 2014)
Dale Carnegie Training, the worldwide leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training, and employee engagement, today announces Thomas Patterson, Michael Searles and Suzanne Sutter as new members of the Dale Carnegie & Associates Board of Directors.
FastCoCreate, May 22, 2014
“The development of tech is so fast right now and there are no signs it will slow down. So skills become outdated very fast,” she says. “But how you work, the ability for self-leadership, and being an effective team member will make you employable for a long time. A personality that is curious and can un-learn and re-learn according to new environments and realities.”
Fast Company, May 21
Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training:“One of Dale Carnegie’s key principles says, “Praise the slightest improvement and praise every improvement. Be “hearty in your approbation and lavish in your praise.” This is an essential trait for leaders to have in the workplace in order to keep their employees engaged. But men and women differ in the value they place on praising employees and receiving admiration themselves," she says.
Inc, May 20 2014
Carnegie says: Paint a mind picture of the person whose name you wish to remember doing something that reminds you of the person’s name.
Inc., May 15
Even truly groundbreaking business thinkers use the ideas, the perspectives, and the advice of others as the basis for their own thoughts and actions. Dale Carnegie is #7 most popular leadership and management expert in the world..
WorkZone, May 11, 2014
"Your reputation is one thing that you have to protect at all costs,” said Mr. Fagiano, COO Dale Carnegie Training.
May 06, 2014 09:05 PM
Forbes, May 6
To learn more about what it takes to lay the foundation for a good personal reputation, I spoke with Peter Handal, chairman and CEO of Dale Carnegie Training
Market Watch, May 4
Beware of criticism, says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president for marketing at Dale Carnegie Training. “Never complain or express sour grapes,” she says. “It’s not Facebook (FB), it’s a professional network.”
Forbes, May 1
A study by Dale Carnegie Training revealed that nearly three-quarters of employees are not fully engaged at work.
Irving Chamber, April 2014
Dale Carnegie Training is currently hosting workforce development workshops through Chamber University at the Irving Chamber. The upcoming workshop on May 20 focuses on communicating across generations in the workplace.
Entrepreneur, Apr 21, 2014
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie, 1936. This book has been called the “grandfather of all people-skills books” because it has been assisting everyone from the rich and famous to successful business leaders for more than 80 years.
Time, April 18, 2014
Talk About The Other Person’s Interests - This is straight from Dale Carnegie and if you’re not that socially adept, this is as straightforward as it gets.
Market Watch, Apr 18
Employees with loose tongues on social media are of particular concern. Dale Carnegie Training changed its non-disclosure policy last year to include social media to ensure employees don’t talk about the company online. The policy now includes “a social media and publicity clause” with guidelines that state that only official spokespeople are authorized to make comments on behalf of the company,” says Piera Palazzolo, a company spokeswoman.
Market Watch, April 3
“The inability to disconnect has led to a blurring of personal versus work life,” says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice-president for marketing at Dale Carnegie Training. Since people take their work with them wherever they go, she says, they may simply decide to stay put. But what’s bad for the employee, she adds, is also bad for the employer. “Taking vacation is important for creativity and energy levels,” Palazzolo says. “They may be going through the motions at work, but not taking time off can ​
Mar 26, 2014 04:53 PM
Business Insider
If you have the drive to start a business all on your own, you know research beforehand is crucial. The best managers and business owners also know that running a successful organization requires continuous learning and re-examination of ideas.
Business Insider, march 21
David Fagiano, COO of Dale Carnegie Training, agrees that March Madness offers a great opportunity for employee engagement and overall team morale. An office pool encourages healthy competition among colleagues, he says. "And as a result, coworkers can form personal bonds that not only boost collaboration but also engagement and productivity in the long run."
Workopolis, March 14, 2014
“You have to address this immediately,” she said. “Talk to the person as soon as possible.” Palazzolo says you always want to start in a friendly way. The old “start with a compliment” approach. “Point out what that person does well first. For example ‘We appreciate your work ethic, your ability to get projects completed on time and really want to commend you for what you do. However it has come to my attention that you have some issues and that you’re not happy about certain things, and that ​
The Entrepreneur, March 12 2014
They talk but don’t listen. It’s common knowledge that people love talking about themselves. Furthermore, Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People explains the importance of getting people to talk about themselves, particularly in a sales setting. A growth in confidence in a person who is experiencing success is a very normal human response. Yet there are significant differences in the ways individuals portray confidence that can have a dramatic and lasting effect on their future
Epoca Negocios, March 14th, 2014
Despite of cultural varieties, the business world has more similarities than differences, says Peter Handall, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training,
Marie Claire
6. How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie Despite its publication in 1937, this book has stood the test of time as a go-to source of personal inspiration. The title says it all.
The Entrepreneur, March 11
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. This is not necessarily an entrepreneurial book, but it teaches basic philosophies of working with and dealing with people. Unless you have such a disruptive and innovative technology that it will succeed regardless of your effectiveness as a leader, most successful businesses are built by people who are excellent at cultivating relationships.​
Inforum March 8
Kristen Burbank worked in the financial industry for nine years. The 32-year-old lived in Minneapolis and had a well-paying corporate job. But she gave it up to spend more time with her daughter and teach yoga.
BBQ, March 11
Employees are a company’s biggest investment. In too many organisations, employees are viewed as an asset to be managed rather than individuals with the potential to create the next successful innovation.​
The Hindu
"I also learned that managing work and home require the same set of skills: planning, scheduling, delegating and rewarding.” - Pallavi Jha, CEO Dale Carnegie Training India
The Washington Times, Feb 28
Business Times
Neville de Lucia, director at Dale Carnegie Training, said engaged employees were "actively involved, enthusiastic about their work and would need a significantly greater salary increase before leaving an existing job".
AM New York
Piera Palazollo of Dale Carnegie Training suggests taking advantage of online platforms such as Skype which allows meetings to be conducted remotely.
USA Today, Feb 23
Garst says she has turned to Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People, to learn lessons such as asking people about themselves and learning to listen carefully.
Pittsburg Post - Gazette
"You can't control the weather, but you can control how you approach it and the relationships you build in your work environment, said Piera Palazzolo, SVP at Dale Carnegie Training!
City Journal, Feb 13
"Thanks to Dale Carnegie’s influence, we all accept that hard work is not enough, and that we need people skills as well—an idea that Carnegie exemplified during his fascinating life." The author Stephen Watts argues that Carnegie reshaped the Protestant work ethic for the modern world in Carnegie's new biography, Self-help Messiah.
Inc, Feb 12
Dale Carnegie--America's preeminent expert on networking, arguably the person who first codified networking as a skill--analyzed Lincoln's life for his people skills.
Forbes, Feb 11
“What succession is about is building the bench strength so that the people that are in the company now, or that will be brought in, will be able to carry the company forward in the future,” said Peter Handal,CEO of Dale Carnegie Training.
Business2Community.com, Feb 10
While Dale Carnegie highlights five great tips for employee engagement, we added a few ideas which our research has shown enhances employee engagement.
NBC affiliate interview with Ryan Akins
"Dale Carnegie Training has done a lot of research of employee engagement. We found It has a lot to do with the interest that the direct supervisor has in their employees. As a leader, we take more interest in the development of our employees and find the engagement level actually goes up." - Ryan Akins​
Inc, Feb 10
The most consistent mistake companies make in sales and marketing is to position their company or product as the hero of the story. If you want customers to buy, you must tell a story where the customer is the hero--not you. You should tell a story where you, your company, and your product play a supporting role in making the customer into a hero. As sales great Mike Bosworth once told me: "be the wizard who gives the hero a magic sword."
Inc Magazine, Feb 6
A conversation with Peter Handal, the CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, on the subject of giving great presentations. I've read (and written) plenty of posts on this topic, but Handal managed to boil everything down to these five essentials.
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.
Libya Herald, Jan 27
Dale Carnegie Training Libya plans to offer a range of training, including in sales skills, presentation techniques and management.
STL Today, Jan 25
“Dale Carnegie is a quieter kind of influence,” says his biographer, Steven Watts. Carnegie’s famous book, though, is embedded in mainstream America, Watts says. Since 1936, “How to Win Friends and Influence People” has sold more than 35 million copies. “It’s one of just a handful of books in American history that really has shaped who we are and how we approached the world,” he says.
CIO, Jan 23
Piera Palazzolo, vice president of marketing for Dale Carnegie Training, agrees. "Look into their clients, recent news and business, their CEO, and mission. Have a good understanding and perspective on the company and what they do. Being well-versed in an organization's background will not only show you are knowledgeable and have done prior research, but it will also show your interest and passion for the brand," she says.
reuters.com, Jan 21
"Our research indicates that what really matters is that leaders are able to create enthusiasm, empower their people, instill confidence and be inspiring to the people around them," says Peter Handal, chief executive of New York City-based Dale Carnegie Training, a leadership-training company.
Forbes, Jan 17
Maintain a healthy lifestyle. “Get plenty of sleep during the winter months,” says Peter Handal, chief executive of Dale Carnegie Training, an international training and solutions company. “Being well-rested is a great defense to avoiding getting sick.”
Investment News, Jan 12
The former Dale Carnegie Training teacher sees clients' unhappiness as a chance to make things right.​
Pittsburg Post - Gazette
For small businesses who aren't springing for parties or gifts, there are other ways to show employees gratitude, said Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president of marketing for Dale Carnegie Training in New York.
The Christian Science Monitor
In this first full-length biography of pioneering self-help guru Dale Carnegie, Steven Watts makes the compelling argument that Carnegie's story is the story of America.
Jan 13, 2014 05:31 PM
The Street, Dec 25
"Reflecting on the past year and assessing what you would like to improve or work towards in 2014 can be a great thing to do during the slower holiday weeks at work," says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training.
AM New York
David Fagiano, COO of Dale Carnegie Training, an employment resource center, said that a typical first reaction after getting fired is feeling that the company was wrong, and the second is that you are worthless. It can take a month to emotionally recover, he warned."The recovery key is to be realistic: Look at yourself and say, 'what happened?'" Fagiano said. You have to be brutally honest with yourself: Think about the mistakes you made and whether you were motivated to try harder..
The Wall Street Journal
While it’s natural to feel defensive or angry during a bad review, career coaches advise against acting on these emotions to avoid making matters worse.
Post Gazette
While YouTube provides examples of workers who quit in dramatic fashion, Piera Palazzolo of Dale Carnegie Training says the social media/public square job resignation isn't the best way to ensure future employment.
The Washington Post
“A person’s name is to him or her the sweetest and most important sound in any language.” – Dale Carnegie.​
Engaging leaders should be "careful managers who treat the employee with respect, set a good example by communicating honestly and openly, and take an interest in the employee as a person," describes Peter Handal.
The Street, Dec 13
During the Holidays, many job-seekers may be less engaged at work and more focused on their family and friends -- and that means you may end up in a pool of fewer applicants and therefore up against less competition than other times of year, says Piera Palazzolo, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Dale Carnegie Training.
Dec 10, 2013 09:22 PM
The Street
When the weather gets cold and dreary and it's already dark by the time you leave your office, it can be difficult to stay motivated. Although you may feel like going into hibernation between December and February, there's still work to be done and slacking can cost you. No matter how much you'd rather pull the covers over your head, winter can actually be one of the most productive times of the year -- if you follow these three simple rules:
Thinking of putting your job search on hold until the hustle and bustle of the holiday season is past? You might want to rethink that strategy, says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training.
This is the granddaddy self-help book of all time. I believe that every graduating high school student should read this before walking for their diploma. If you can't empathize with people, build them up, and persuade them to like you, there's no reading list in the world that will help you.
Forbes, Dec 3 2013
Dale Carnegie and MSW recently published a study showing a direct correlation between organizational pride and employee engagement. Moreover, as the corporate responsibility literature reveals, giving that aligns with an organization’s mission is more enduring than checkbook philanthropy.
Valor Economico,
Tarcio Lopes talks about Dale Carnegie Training Research Study
US Department of Labor
One of the first best sellers in the self-help genre, How to Win Friends and Influence People emphasizes the importance of interpersonal skills over professional skills in attaining personal and financial success.
Folha de S.Paulo
The index is above the world average (37 %) , but shows that companies still fail to communicate with employees , says Peter Handal, chief executive of the company. "You never know what comes first , but it can be said that the relationship between commitment and wage exists because of people earning good wages for being fully engaged", sais Mr. Handal.
Tampa Bay Times
"You have to treat employees as a valuable people with skills, not a skillful employee that we value. What does that mean? You treat them with respect. You listen to them carefully. You give them opportunities to advance, grow in the company. You do things as a leader through leadership development that makes them feel that they are part of what is going on."
Management Today, Nov 21
"I took the Dale Carnegie course long before I became a cartoonist and author. That training allowed me to make a fortune on the speaking circuit after Dilbert became a hit."- Scott Adams (Cartoonist & Creator of Dilbert)
Computerworld, November 20, 2013
One sign of a good negotiator is how he or she handles "no." Michael Crom, chief learning officer at Dale Carnegie Training, says most people give up too easily when they hear that answer. A CFO once told him that he’s always surprised when people walk away with a no, Crom relates. The CFO explained: “When I say ‘no,’ that’s when I expect to negotiate. ‘No’ is the beginning point.” Crom adds: “People can push back a lot more than they think they can.”
The Times of India, Nov 18 2013
Common interests amongst workers not only helps reduce work stress but also boosts optimism, positivity and team-work," says Pallavi Jha, managing director, Dale Carnegie Training, India.
Early Edition blog
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.​
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.
Business Day, Nov 13
We focus on giving people the opportunity to sharpen their skills and improve their performance to build positive, steady, measurable results. Our areas of specialisation include leadership/management, process improvement, sales effectiveness, presentation effectiveness, customer service, communications and human relations, team-member and employee engagement.
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.
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.
CBS News, Oct 31 2013
"The ability to use all-win negotiation skills is essential to influencing people and facilitating constructive, positive relationships," said Vickie Henson, director of product development at Dale Carnegie Training
Chicago Tribune, Oct 23
Early in his career Adams realized he needed to improve his public speaking ability, so he enrolled in a Dale Carnegie course when his employer offered to pick up the tab. He learned to speak up in front of an audience, but more importantly he learned the power of praise and positive reinforcement, a key tenant of the Dale Carnegie training.
Forbes, Oct 21 2013
3. Emphasis on employee engagement. Employers are still having major retention problems and it’s costing them a fortune. In 2013, they will focus more on employee engagement to increase their retention rates. An October survey by MSW Research and Dale Carnegie Training found only a mere 29% of employees are fully engaged.
Inc. Magazine
I've asked Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training, to share her expertise on how companies with a large number of young professionals can cultivate leaders. Here are five strategies to better mobilize and train up-and-comers.
"Only about 29 percent of the workforce around the world is fully engaged," says Michael Crom, executive vice president at Dale Carnegie Training in Hauppauge.
My fox 9
At Dale Carnegie Training Minnesota, a positive attitude is something to strive for each day. Maureen Tubbs with Dale Carnegie says there are three essentials when it comes to building a positive workplace: Have a good relationship with your supervisor; Believe in your senior leadership and the direction of the company; Have pride in the organization
US Embassy Prague
Ambassador Norman Eisen was at the Dale Carnegie Training Czech Republic Grand Opening Ceremony.
Without proper rewards or recognition, a team can quickly become unmotivated. Incentives are essential to keep your fellow employees happy and engaged. However, each individual team member has their own wants and needs. As such, it’s crucial to make sure that the recognition or reward you provide is congruent with their achievement and personality.
Miami Herald, Sep 24
Scott Garvis, president of Dale Carnegie South Florida says: “You could say something like, ‘You are probably not aware of it, but you are judged in the business world on how you look, how you act, what you say and how you say it.’ ”
The Times of India, Aug 2013
A recent study by Dale Carnegie Training showed that nearly 75 per cent of workers are not fully engaged at their jobs.
Market Watch, Sep 23 2013
Even seemingly innocuous Facebook pages could also send a red flag to employers. Although individuals have the right to “like” whoever they want on Facebook, employees should always be wary of their organization’s sensitivity toward certain organizations, celebrities and public causes, says Michael Crom, executive vice-president of Dale Carnegie Training.
Employee burnout is one of the biggest challenges facing business professionals today. Employees that feel like they are overworked or underappreciated quickly become disengaged, unmotivated, and unproductive. If this goes unchecked, it can lead to costly turnovers. Take a look below for five tips to turn burnout around.
When providing your customers with exemplary service, managing their expectations is essential. By following these four tips, you will be able to establish a rapport with the customer, determine their wants and needs, and ultimately set realistic goals to leave them satisfied.
Yahoo News, Sep 5, 2013
Employee dissatisfaction is a common occurrence — a recent study conducted by Dale Carnegie Training, a California-based organization that offers corporate leadership training, found that only 29 percent of employees are fully engaged in their jobs.
As the world’s workplace becomes increasingly diverse, it’s quite common to encounter differences of opinion while trying to reach a decision. In these scenarios, the art of effective negotiation is crucial. By addressing these four key areas in the negotiation process, you too can become a master at negotiation.
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journals
"Best Places to Work is about engaging culture, clear vision and compelling purpose." - Matt Norman, President of Dale Carnegie Training Minnesota
Business Day
We have a strong heritage – 100 plus years history. What we do works, that’s why we’ve lasted this long. The value we bring to clients has enabled us to maintain a very strong presence across the world over these years. We work with over 2800 Dale Carnegie certified trainers, in 30 languages, in almost 90 countries and over 180 locations.
For the first time in history, we are faced with the challenge of simultaneously working with five different generations in the workforce. Each generation is characterized by its own unique working style and values.So how does one become an effective leader working with such a wide range of people? Here are some tips to master the art of leading across generations.
Fortune/ CNN Money, Aug 29
"Talking a bit about one's personal life now and then "can be really helpful in building solidarity on a team. It helps people discover things they have in common," notes Michael Crom, an executive vice president at Dale Carnegie Training.
Quartz, Aug 26
Strauss Zelnick is chief executive and chairman of the company that makes Grand Theft Auto, BioShock and other cutting-edge videogames. But he says the book that has most influenced him is Dale Carnegie’s 1936 bestseller, How to Win Friends and Influence People
As virtual teams become more common, it can be a challenge to transition to virtual meetings. Without the benefit of face-to-face interaction and non-verbal cues, it’s difficult to assess your team’s overall feeling and engagement.
Chicago Tribune, Aug 19 2013
For this year's intern crop, Michael Crom, executive vice president of Dale Carnegie Training, offers tips to turn an internship into a full-time position:
Market Watch, Aug 19 2013
Studies show high-performing employees are only 2.5 times less likely than average employees to leave for a pay increase, says Michael Crom, executive vice president of Dale Carnegie Training. Employees’ relationships with their managers, their pride in the company and their belief in the senior leadership are equally — if not more — important than money he says.
Coaching an individual or team can be challenging even for experienced leaders. Everyone has different working styles and skill sets, so how does one build rapport and coach in a way that brings out the best in their team? As an effective leader, it's crucial to understand the coaching process.
Fox Business
Never be late or come in tired or with low energy,” Crom says. “This may make you seen as a low-output individual. You want to be seen as a high-energy, high-positivity person. You want to come in early, stay late and work hard in between.”
The Wall Street Journal, Aug 12 2013
Mr. Swett's small-talk epiphany came several years ago, after he read Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People."
Business Insider Aug 8
Dale Carnegie devotes a major part of "How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age" to discussing exactly how you can impress people.
This Day Live, Aug 11 2013
Country Managing Director for Nigeria, Dale Carnegie Training, Patrick E. Nwakogo said “Joining the community in such a way to boost the Nigerian economy is a dream come true for us. DCT Nigeria will be a great resource for all local businesses and individuals hoping to, among other things, engage their employees, improve sales statistics and become great leaders.”
Inc, Aug 11
There's ample evidence to show that you'll work better, smarter, more productively, and more creatively if you make sure to take a break on a regular basis, says Dale Carnegie CEO Peter Handal.
There are some people who say very little during meetings, who we sometimes call passive attendees. The reasons why a person might seem passive are many: shyness, lack of confidence, lack of familiarity in the subject or the organization.
Some people just aren’t motivated, right? Not so: everyone acts according to some motivation. It’s the place of a leader to provide the climate for an attitude of job-focused motivation to blossom. Here are four ways to do so.
Miami Herald, July 23
"You have to weigh the ability to disengage fully with how much pain there is in the return,” said Michael Crom, executive vice president of Dale Carnegie Training, who just returned from a two-week road trip from New York to North Florida. “People are coming to the decision that they need a mental break, but they don’t want to come back to thousands of emails.”
Huffington Post, July 23
Dale Carnegie, the master of winning friends and influencing people advised his students to be interested in the people you are speaking with. This means getting them to open up and tell you more.
Business Insider, July 19
"The way to get things done is to stimulate competition," Schwab told Carnegie. ..The author learned this story during a Dale Carnegie training class, which she registered for after hearing Warren Buffett say it "changed hislife in a big way".
Aggressive attendees are people who seek to dominate the meeting without the right to do so, or derail the conversation. As a leader, it’s important that you know how to manage these types of people.​
Disagreements are not only inevitable but a natural dynamic between people. Left unresolved, they can waste time and energy and negatively impact productivity.
The International Nurses Association (INA), a career development and networking organization for nursing professionals, recently held its first seminar in conjunction with Dale Carnegie.
Linked In, July 9
Not everyone comes into work with the same level of engagement, motivation, and passion each day. But if more than a few of your employees are making a habit out of being tired, stressed, and unmotivated, you might have a problem on your hands.
Forbes, July 7
I was recently reminded, in reading Employee Engagement for Everyone, by Forbes Contributor Kevin Kruse, that employee engagement, of course, is not just the job of management. Employees themselves, and the attitudes and mindsets with which they choose to approach each day, are key elements in the engagement equation.
Huffington Post, July 6
One characteristic connecting many of history's greatest minds is a fanatical desire for continuous learning. Bill Gates is notorious for reading Time Magazine cover-to-cover so he can go on to his next activity having learned something new (even if what he learned didn't interest him specifically). Abraham Lincoln – argued by many to be one of the most prolific communicators ever – developed his rhetoric skills in part through impassioned study of William Shakespeare's work.
We’re interviewing all the time: whether it’s for a brand new job, impressing senior management for a new promotion, or competing for your current position during times of organizational change. You may know the intricacies of your position, but the way you present yourself is often of more importance – and lasts longer in the memory of the interviewer – than your competency. Here are five things to keep in mind to set yourself apart and be prepared.
Business Insider, July 3
The most effective leaders are the ones who make you feel like they're really listening. Most importantly, they always remember names.
Business Management Daily, July 2
According to a recent Dale Carnegie Training survey of 1,500 employees, only 29% are fully engaged and 26% are disengaged.
Forbes, July 1
Respect for senior leadership is a key element of employee engagement. Pride in an organization is another key element of employee engagement. Employees want to be part of a team they can believe, and believe in. Dale Carnegie Training research supports these last two points.
Jun 30, 2013 02:59 PM
Denver Post
How to Win Friends & Influence People listed as #1 Business Book
NewYork.com, June 28
Internships are becoming a hot topic in the news lately as more and more lawsuits are emerging from interns filing claims against former employers. A judge recently ruled in favor of two unpaid interns who filed a lawsuit against Fox Searchlight during their work on Black Swan.
Sales Initiative Magazine, June 13 2013
Be prepared, do your homework and don’t press for a quick close when you sell to a German!” stated Uwe Göthert, head of Dale Carnegie Training in Munich
The Street, June 21
"Going into the summer, employees should know whether or not they have summer Fridays or the ability to leave work early if all of their tasks are done," says Michael Crom, executive vice president at Dale Carnegie Training.
Estadao, Jun 24
According to the Dale Carnegie Training consultant, Cesar Kaghofer, "To be better than the competition, your employees should be technically superior. Therefore, training should be seen as just as important as buying raw materials or pay salaries."
Newsday, Jun 19
At Lightpath's Customer Innovator Awards ceremony, Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc. was presented with $1,000 check as one of the seven finalists.
HR BLR, Jun 19
Companies that understand the importance of investing in their workforce perform better in the marketplace.​
AM New York, June 16
Michael Crom, EVP of Dale Carnegie Training, said the best way to get into a company or industry is through an internship.
Fox Business, June 14
Summertime productivity levels can drop off as workers try to cover for vacationing colleagues, says Michael Crom, executive vice president of Dale Carnegie Training.
Entrepreneur, June 14 2013
"Our research indicates that what really matters is that leaders are able to create enthusiasm, empower their people, instill confidence and be inspiring to the people around them," says Peter Handal, chief executive of Dale Carnegie Training, a leadership-training company.
HR. BLR June 12, 2013
The Dale Carnegie Training® survey identified employees’ relationships with their supervisors as a key factor in engagement. The survey found that if employees are “dissatisfied with their immediate supervisor, there is an 80 percent chance that they are disengaged” and that “having a ‘caring’ manager is one of the key elements to a positive and successful employee engagement strategy.”
The Guardian
I always encourage my clients and authors to stay positive and never criticise, condemn or complain on social media – the Dale Carnegie principles.
Inc, Jun 11
According to a study conducted by Dale Carnegie Training, disengaged workers outnumber engaged workers by a pretty significant margin. Only 45 percent of managers and supervisors and 23 percent of people at other levels qualify as "engaged," meaning they feel enthusiastic, empowered, inspired, and confident in their jobs.
Post Gazette, June 9
"It depends on the organization, and there are clearly different expectations in different parts of the country at different times of the year," said Mr. Crom, chief learning officer for Dale Carnegie & Associates, a training and coaching firm.
Metro,June 10, 2013
As a leader of a global performance improvement, assessments and training company, Michael Crom, has seen the importance of internships, for both employer and intern, grow mightily in recent years.
Training Magazine, June 5, 2013
Practice leads to mastery in countless endeavors, from music and sports to business and academics. Further, practice reduces our anxiety and frees us for greater self-expression. - Matt Norman, Dale Carnegie Training in the North Central U.S.
Payscale, Jun 7, 2013
According to the world-respected Dale Carnegie Institute, “Becoming adept at public speaking, as well as giving effective presentations, is something that has to be acquired through practice and doing.” Furthermore, the focus as a speaker is not on perfection, but rather on preparation.
Main Street, June 6 2013
"For one, our digital culture can make it impossible for employees to fully un-plug from the office, and therefore make them feel like they need to answer every request that shows up in their inbox 100% of the time," says Michael Crom, executive vice president at Dale Carnegie Training. Studies have shown vacation time gives employees needed time to recharge. "The ability to be away from work totally at times allows for greater engagement and greater productivity when they are working," he says​
Financial Time, June 2
“Do your homework and plan carefully,” says Michael Crom, chief learning officer of Dale Carnegie Training. “If you’re asking for a pay rise or promotion, know the context . . .  If your boss is dealing with problems, find a better time to ask. It might be as simple as choosing the right time of day.”​
Market Watch
Sleep-deprived employees are increasingly likely to nod off at work. But when it comes to addressing this potential productivity and safety issue, experts say, most employers have been caught napping.“Employers don’t want to run a crèche, and they perceive napping as an activity for kids,” says Michael Crom, executive vice president of Dale Carnegie Training.
Gear Diary, May 19
You can get a full list at the Carnegie web site.
The Wall Street Journal, May 29
The International Nurses Association (INA) has recently partnered with the Dale Carnegie Institute to advance the association's mission of providing a supportive network for nurses across the globe. For reservations visit www.nursedalecarnegie.eventbrite.com
NASDAQ, May 24 2013
Returning CEOs may not always be greeted with a red carpet. Board members might prefer an old face, "but it might upset others at the company who had previous issues with the leader," says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice-president of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training. "A leader who was really stuck in their ways might not have learned anything from their time away," she adds.
Change is always happening, but there are some periods in the life of an organization where its impact may be felt more acutely.
Change is always happening, but there are some periods in the life of an organization where its impact may be felt more acutely. Some fear these times, but a leader knows that change is inevitable. While workloads and transitions may cause stress, a leader needs to keep her head, in order to assist others and set a good example of how to thrive with change.
ClickZ, May 22
If the customer relationship is key, how do we build hundreds, thousands, or millions? In 1936 Dale Carnegie wrote "How to Win Friends and Influence People." Many decades later it stands the test of time as one of the most influential relationship self-help books of its time and today.
NY Daily News, May 20 2013
For recent college graduates, landing a job right out of school can be a daunting task. Self- promotion and networking is a key to job hunt
At the age of 21, Buffett started his career in the securities business in Omaha and decided that to reach his full potential, he had to overcome his fear of public speaking. Buffett enrolled in a Dale Carnegie course with another thirty people who, like him, were “terrified of getting up and saying our names.” Buffett revealed his early insecurity in this interview for Levo League, a career website for young women.
Elite Daily, May 8, 2013
The Berkshire Hathaway CEO shared personal stories about his fear of public speaking, " The Dale Carnegie class changed my life in a big way.”
Investors Business Daily, May 10
Stay on top. "When you're working quicker, faster with fewer resources, change occurs more rapidly," said Michael Crom, Dale Carnegie Training executive vice president. What employees crave from the brass is confidence and coming through with resources to address challenges. "Then people are feeling reassured that this is a good place to work," Crom said.
Military Times
We invited franchise brands across the country to complete a rigorous survey telling us about their companies as well as their accommodations for service members and veterans. The rankings were created based on the answers provided to questions about the company's culture the performance of franchise units, the costs associated with franchising, and the financial and other support offered to current and former service members and their families.
NY Magazine, May 9
Tip #6: Study the masters. "I took Dale Carnegie's course in 1988. My favorite Dale Carnegie book is How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. I give that to all the teenagers. That's the book that changed me."-Scaramucci says
Business Insider, May 8, 2013
"The Dale Carnegie class changed my life in a big way." - Warren Buffett. After graduating MBA in Columbia, Buffet was still terrified by Public speaking and signed up for the Dale Carnegie class.
Levo League, May 8 2013
Warren Buffett has never been the kind of person to take his talents for granted, and when you hear him speak, you realize exactly how gifted he really is (but you also suspect that he might still be a bit clairvoyant!).
Levo League, May 8 2013
Buffett talked about how as a young man he was terrified of public speaking. He could have tried to avoid it but instead he confronted it head on. He took a Dale Carnegie course on public speaking and it ended up changing his life. “You have to learn to communicate in life, it’s enormously important. If you can’t communicate and talk to other people… you’re giving up your potential.”
Bloomberg Businessweek, May 8 2013
Along with the usual counsel to follow one’s passion and work hard, Buffett credited the Dale Carnegie course with having changed his life
At its heart, delegation is about training others on a career path and developing useful skills.
The Street, April 26
The more creative the job, the more likely the company is to post the position on its social media channels, says Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training. "This type of recruiting/hiring process is more popular in certain industries than others -- it is still relatively unconventional by traditional standards," Handal says. "But any company that has a digital presence can hire or seek out potential employees via social media."
April 30
Mars GCC, the manufacturer of confectionery products in the Middle East has been chosen as the main recipient of the 2013 Dale Carnegie Award.
Zawaya, April 24
Jean-Louis Van Doorne, Regional Vice-President Europe Middle East and Africa, Dale Carnegie & Associates said, "Experts say that companies can excel either by being innovative, customer centric or through operational excellence. Good companies can do one of them, outstanding companies can do two of them, but excellent companies can do all three of them. Dale Carnegie Training wants to recognise Mars GCC for being able to do all three through the constant development of their associates and team ​
News Channel, April 23
For its continued commitment to the development of its employees, Do it Best Corp. has earned international recognition from Dale Carnegie Training.
Building rapport is a critical step on every sales call, whether for a new prospect or a long time client.​
March 26, 2013
Dale Carnegie Training®, one of the world's leading human resources and management consulting organizations, today presented its prestigious Leadership Award to PPL Susquehanna’s nuclear power plant in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Forbes, April 17, 2013
“The spring and summer seasons have a naturally laid back atmosphere tied to them and can leave employees yearning to spend more time outside,” says Peter Handal, chief executive of Dale Carnegie Training. “Warmer temperatures are sometimes harder to fix with just air conditioning alone, so employees might opt for lighter clothing, even if it means revealing more skin or more casual dress overall.”​
USA Today, April 16 2013
Dale Carnegie Training’s Employee Engagement Study is featured in the Snapshots section of today’s USA Today, in a feature titled “Mid-worklife crisis?”
Market Watch
Returning CEOs may not always be greeted with a red carpet. Board members might prefer an old face, “but it might upset others at the company who had previous issues with the leader,” says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice-president of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training. “A leader who was really stuck in their ways might not have learned anything from their time away,” she adds.
Training Industry
As part of its commitment to continuously monitor the training marketplace for the best providers and services, TrainingIndustry.com has released its 2013 Top 20 Leadership Training Companies List.
Forbes, April 9, 2013
Failing to remember someone’s name is not only embarrassing, but also insulting–and it can seriously damage relationships in business. As Dale Carnegie once said, “A person’s name is to him or her the sweetest and most important sound in any language.”
People Matters, April 8 2013
Women need to do their best to balance the competing interests in their lives, but surrender the quest to be perfect at everything says Triana Newton, Regional VP-APAC, Dale Carnegie & Associates.
Forbes, April 4, 2013
A Dale Carnegie/MSW Research report warned that employee turnover could rise as high as 65 percent.
Economic Times, April 2 2013
"By understanding the reasons behind our colleagues' over-ambitiousness, we might be able to deal with them more harmoniously," says Pallavi Jha, chairperson and MD of Dale Carnegie Training India. ​
Forbes, April 1, 2013
As I continue to look for satisfactory answers to explain the dismally low level of engaged employees -only 23% of non-management employees, according to one recent Dale Carnegie national study.
New York Daily News, March 29, 2013
A fully engaged employee is less willing to leave his current job, the employee engagement study found. In fact, there are major emotional and personal characteristics required for an employee to perform to the best of their ability. Specifically, the study cited that enthusiasm, empowerment, inspiration and confidence are necessary for employee engagement.
Government Executive, March 26, 2013
Engaged workers improve profitability; disengagement costs federal agencies $65 billion a year in lost productivity.
Inc., March 22 2013
After Carnegie, the business relationships and personal relationships were seen as not just as compatible, but absolutely inseparable.
Sandra Oliveira from Dale Carnegie Training Sao Paulo says: "how and what you write in your professional emails can tell a lot about your personality."
March 22
#2Be able to talk to people: Throughout his teens and into early adulthood, Buffett was incredibly shy. He knew that would be serious impediment when it came to doing well in business. In a bid to fix the problem he took a public speaking course by Dale Carnegie, author of How to Win Friends and Influence People.
Business Insider, March 13
Ultimately, Musk's personality may do him as much good as harm, Peter Handal says: Even though it might raise some eyebrows, Musk’s aggressive leadership approach is not necessarily a bad thing. In his industry, he is on the cutting edge of automotive innovation and technology, and he feels that this is the correct way to handle how to conduct business. What really matters is the products he builds: No investor will care if Musk acts like a jerk, if Tesla delivers its cars on time
Boston.com, March 13
Read the classic “How to Win Friends, and Influence People”, by Dale Carnegie or take the Dale Carnegie course I strongly recommend it. You have the opportunity to change the course of your career for the better if you invest in yourself at this early stage.
Marketwatch.com, March 13
When public companies have meetings discussing acquisitions, lawyers increasingly recommend that no cellphones be allowed, says Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training.
Post gazette, March 10 2013
Even when workers are passionate about the day-to-day tasks involved in their jobs, they won't be engaged in the workplace unless they click with their immediate bosses.
Amex Open Forum, Feb 21 2013
A Dale Carnegie Training study shows that disengaged employees cost U.S. businesses $11 billion annually. The global situation isn’t much better.
MetroNY.com , March 1 2013
David Fagiano, COO of the Dale Carnegie career training center says Mayer’s decision was a good call. “We advocate working in an office and believe that some of the best ideas and results are fostered within a workplace where employees work side-by-side, or even at the water cooler in a more casual conversation,” says Fagiano.
David Fagiano, COO of corporate training and consulting company Dale Carnegie Training, agrees with Mayer that some of the best ideas are fostered through casual conversations.
Star Ledger. Feb 24 2013
After just a few sessions at Dale Carnegie, there was considerable improvement in her communication skills. She was more relaxed and informal in her conversations. Bottom line — Dale Carnegie’s philosophy is as relevant today as it was in 1936 when he wrote his groundbreaking book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People.”
Exame.com, Feb 23 2013
"Lincoln was a leading strategist and this profile was very good portrayed in the film Lincoln," said Agenor Brandalise, representative of Dale Carnegie Training in Brazil. For him, the film features a series of lessons in management and team leadership.
Forbes, Feb 15
New data from an employee engagement study by Dale Carnegie Training shows that:"Only 23% of non-management workers are engaged. "
Hauppauge, NY (February, 2013) – Dale Carnegie Training®, the international leader in performance improvement and corporate training, releases new findings on employee engagement. The study, commissioned in honor of Dale Carnegie Training’s 100th Anniversary, unearths the vital factors that contribute to workplace success in relation to engaged employees.
TriCities, Feb12 2013
Our Leadership Award recognizes companies that are truly great,” said Allyn Walker, President of Dale Carnegie of Tennessee.
Knoxvillebiz, Feb 12
Food City is one of about 10 companies in the world to receive the Dale Carnegie Training Leadership Award this year.
Feb 12, 2013
Brush up on your people skills. It's time to work on meeting new people, leading a team speaking in public or pitching your ideas. Formal programs like Toastmasters and Dale Carnegie Training can help.​
Forbes, Feb 11 2013
A recent Dale Carnegie national study on employee engagement, for example, showed that only 29% of employees were “highly engaged” (management code for highly productive).
Business Insider, Feb 3
Professionals of every age should think carefully about how they can hone executive presence. A leadership course like Dale Carnegie is often very effective.
Feb 07, 2013 08:37 PM
Amex Open Forum
A Dale Carnegie survey found that most of the unengaged employees are 31-49 years old. They are highly educated, but have annual incomes less than $50,000.
Feb 07, 2013 08:34 PM
Psychology Today, Feb7
A recent Dale Carnegie national survey, for example, placed the number of “engaged” employees at 29% and "disengaged" employees at 26%.
Business Training Leader Expands Traditional Values and Ideas within the Digital Realm
Career Builder, Jan 18
“Quality of work can suffer when an employee isn’t feeling well,” says Peter Handal, CEO of international training and solutions company Dale Carnegie Training.
Talent Management, Jan 18 2013
The longer talent managers wait to promote engagement, the greater the challenge becomes.
In order to have an engaged workforce, managers need to sell themselves. People don’t leave companies – they leave managers. If you have a manager who engages the employees and is people-centered, turnover goes way down and the productivity goes way up.
Psychology Today, Jan 13
A recent national study by Dale Carnegie Training placed the number of “fully engaged” employees at 29%, and “disengaged” employees at 26% - meaning nearly three-quarters of employees are not fully engaged (aka productive).
The internet can save us so much time, but it is also a source of tempting time wasters. From the latest adorable cat or baby video to the latest sports scores, there are a plethora of options to pull you away from work. Even the tools we use at work can be misused to eat away at our time.
More and more companies are encouraging employees to work from home. It can be less expensive and these days technology makes getting work done across distances easier and easier. But some people find the idea of working from home daunting and isolating. It may feel like you spend all your time working since there is no boundary between office and home.
Most of us have so many tasks to do every day it can seem unmanageable and overwhelming. The workload only seems to increase with each passing week. And phone calls, emails, and social media can focus us on the latest and loudest, rather than what is truly important.The workload isn’t going to change, but we can change how we handle it. By prioritizing, we can separate what needs to get done from what could be done, and break down tasks into manageable goals and next actions.
Exame.com, Jan 10
According to the two experts, professionals must answer some long term questions before deciding on whether or not to accept a job offer.
Jan 03, 2013 03:32 PM
TODAY’s Matt Lauer sits down with the Spanx founder, as well as Warren Buffett, life coach Tony Robbins, and San Antonio mayor Julian Castro to get their advice on what it takes to start a new business and become a self-made American success story.
Mahan Tavaкoli, VP of Dale Carnegie Training, talks on how to obtain better results for ourselves and for our employers.
Networking in today’s digital age is no longer just about handing out business cards. If you want to effectively network and build connections, you need to prepare, present value, and follow up. The good news is that social media and the internet make it much easier to prepare and follow up!
Forbes, Dec 14 2012
A recent study by MSW Research and Dale Carnegie Training explores key drivers of employee engagement – and reaffirms the critical role of an employee’s relationship with his or her direct manager.
Long Island Business News, Nov 30
Dale Carnegie Training, based in Hauppauge, LI celebrates its 100 years anniversary this month. Verizon FiOS1 Long Island visits the self-improvement training firm.
Economy.bg, Nov 22
Dale Carnegie Training operates in Bulgaria for only a year and more than 600 people have already taken the Dale Carnegie Course. Among them are managers and CEOs of companies as HP-Bulgaria, TNT-Bg, Astra Zeneca, OBB bank, Lloyd`s Register EMEA branch, LRQA, and Chez -Bulgria.
Financial Times, Nov 25
Being the kind of person others remember can be a huge boost to your career. But how do you make yourself stand out?
Open Forum,Nov 13
Dale Carnegie Training has trained presidents, leaders and business executives—including Warren Buffett and Lee Iacocca—in the past 100 years, but the company’s most recently published book How to Win Friends & Influence People in the Digital Age focuses on leadership in the current time.
HBR, November 2012
Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People" becomes the first managing yourself blockbuster.​
The Wall Street Journal, Nov 18 2012
HR executives use networking sites such as LinkedIn when researching candidates. "That's your brand, that's how you represent yourself," says Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, provider of workplace-training services.
Like money and power, technology can be used for good -- or for evil. In the case of your employees, it can be a wonderful tool for engagement or an effective source of distraction. The first thing you should consider before introducing any form of technology into your office, whether it be inter-office websites, PowerPoint presentations, or Twitter accounts, is what purpose it will serve. Ask yourself this question and have employees do the same.
Huffington Post, Nov 6, 2012
As it turns out, Dale Carnegie's maxim on relationships is also a power strategy for businesses. To win fans and influence customers, you have to show genuine interest in them. That's exactly what today's most effective companies and brands are doing.
Palm Beach Daily News
Business success is tied to developing and encouraging employee engagement, Scott Garvis, president of Dale Carnegie Training South Florida, told the 450-plus crowd assembled at The Breakers for Thursday’s Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting.
Business Insider, Nov 9 2012
The secret to what gives a company its competitive edge isn't its product, technology or corporate strategy. Instead, it comes down to one thing: employee engagement. According to a recent report published by the associates at Dale Carnegie Training, disengagement leads to lower productivity and eventually, high turnover, which costs businesses $11 billion annually (via the Bureau of National Affairs).​
In business, it’s true that money talks. Sometimes, a raise is a fiscal expression of that fact that you appreciate your team members, and this active employee engagement builds pride -- and loyalty -- in a company. But during a recession, money for raises may be nonexistent and companies are often more preoccupied with staying afloat rather than rewarding great work.
Multi em Foco, Nov 6
Dale Carnegie Training celebrates 100 Years in Business - 50 Years in Brazil
Stress and worry are issues that everyone manages daily in the workplace. This issue can compound when unexpected events occur either at work or at home. Hurricane Sandy is a perfect example of an unexpected event causing stress and worry. No matter what your stress is caused by, it is your response to the stress that makes all the difference. Here are 3 ways to overcome stress and worry.
Inc., Oct 24 2012
While Dale Carnegie's management training method may be 100 years old, its basic concepts have never gone out of date.
Northwest Missourian, Oct17
Dale Carnegie, Sarah Caldwell, Homer Croy and Mary Graham all have two things in common: they are notable people from Maryville, and they share a mural.
Bdaily, 18 Oct 2012
Mark Fitzmaurice, director Dale Carnegie Training, shares his top tips on feedback, and how it can work for a business.
Women & Co,
The first step is to take a step back. “Don’t react in the moment,” said Piera Palazzolo, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Dale Carnegie Training.
NEBUSINESS, Oct 16 2012
Robert Forrester said: “At Vertu Motors we’ve been working with Dale Carnegie for a number of years, in order to ensure that we build the right culture within our fast-growing group.“Together we develop and deliver training programmes that enable our managers to deliver outstanding results
The New York Times, Oct 12 2012
In time, Dale Carnagay opened his own office in New York it was in the Carnegie Hall Building, and the teacher adopted its name.
Sept 13 2012
As the saying goes: You are never too old to learn, reminds Dale Carnegie Training chairman Peter Handal to four hundred entrepreneurs and university students from Shandong.
The Street, Oct 10 2012
Michael Crom, chief learning officer at Dale Carnegie Training, says:Today, many young professionals are choosing a positive work environment over higher incomes in spite of the current tough economy. The value of a positive work environment should not be underestimated by either the employee or the company.
Oct 09, 2012 04:41 PM
The New York Times, Oct 8
Public speaking is a basic requirement in many jobs, from the pulpit to the front office. But it’s also a thriving business that provides employment, or extra income, to thousands of people from all parts of life who travel for speaking engagements that can pay from $1,500 or so to well over $200,000 just to talk for an hour or so.
The New York Times - Oct 8, 2012
THAT white-knuckled flier sitting across the aisle muttering anxiously may well have a case of fear of flying. But it may also be a case of fear of public speaking.
Exam - Oct 5, 2012
Sandra Oliveira, the representative of Dale Carnegie in Sao Paulo, recommends that people have in mind that the corporate email also carries its professional image.
NY Daily News, Sept 24
Dale Carnegie Training and Michael Crom were featured in the New York Daily News last week in an article titled “Labor’s love lost: Work at putting the passion back into your job.”
Robert Forrester Chief Executive Officer of Vertu Motors, the parent group for established motor retail brand Bristol Street Motors and Macklin Motors has received international recognition for his outstanding contribution to business.
The Business Desk, Oct 3 2012
TRAINING company Dale Carnegie’s Northern England team has celebrated its 100 year anniversary by honoring a key client. Robert Forrester, chief executive of Vertu Motors, received the Dale Carnegie Leadership Award in front of the organisations’ Northern alumni.
Bdaily Business Network, 02 Oct 2012
Dale Carnegie’s Northern England team has celebrated its 100 year anniversary by honouring a key client. Robert Forrester, CEO of Vertu Motors, received the Dale Carnegie Leadership Award in front of the organisations’ Northern alumni.
AM Online, Oct 4 2012
Robert Forrester, chief executive of Vertu Motors, has received international recognition for his outstanding contribution to business, only the second UK business leader to do so in six years.
Business Standard, Sept 27
Dale Carnegie is looking at expanding its corporate world programmes, and the thrust will be on digital training.
The Chamber
Jose Garcia, the new Dale Carnegie's Franchisee of San Antonio is very excited to let you know that he is here to help your business with increased profitability and better results by creating high performance teams within your organization.
Money LIfe, 21st September 2012
Dale Carnegie is one of the world's leading human resources and management consulting organizations and its Global Leadership Awards is a coveted recognition in the Enterprise Training and Development space. The Dale Carnegie Global Leadership Award is granted to a company having continuous focus on development of teams, commitment to human capital and creating an employee engagement process across different hierarchies and business verticals.
Gazeta, Brazil, August 02
Positive results are achieved with the involvement of employees at all levels, especially the directors, says the representative of Dale Carnegie Training in Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul, César Kaghofer. Established 7 years ago in the Mato Grosso, the company operates in Brazil since 1961, primarily serving senior executives and CEOs of 400 of the 500 largest companies in the world, through training program offered in over 30 languages ​​...
Smart Money, August 28 2012
Owner Dave Warren pays for his salespeople to buff up their social skills with Dale Carnegie training, answers his Facebook messages promptly and is even helpful to, uh, jerks
The Economist, Sept. 7
“The only way on earth to influence other people is to talk about what they want and show them how to get it,” wrote Dale Carnegie in 1936 (pictured). It might be a strategy for a brand’s Facebook campaign today.
NY1, 09/06/2012
Chairman and CEO Peter Handal of Dale Carnegie Training says for one thing, do the homework, and find out how the company is doing and how one's job is compensated elsewhere. Be prepared to communicate how much the position is worth."Really have your facts ready because if you know what the company wanted you to do and if you've done it, that's exactly the kind of message to communicate," says Handa.l ​
Fortune.com, Sept 7
Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, suggests approaching your response in three stages. "First, with the people under you, if the misconduct is relatively minor, why not just have a conversation about it?" he says.With your boss, the situation is a bit more delicate. "Before you go to higher-ups to report anything, make sure you're right," Handal says. If that has no effect, proceed to Stage Three. "Report the misconduct to someone higher.
CNBC.com , Aug. 28
Bad behavior creates a negative work environment with low levels of productivity that hurts people, performance and profits,” said Michael Crom, the chief learning officer at the Dale Carnegie Institute, a corporate training organization.
Organizational change is a constant reality of today's workplace. New technology, innovation, and economic conditions all contribute to an ever evolving workplace. During times of change it is important to stand out and increase your value. In times of uncertainty your ability to show value can mean the difference between having a job or not.
Minneapolis Business Journal, Aug 24
Factors that make a Good Workplace: Trust, modeled and celebrated by leadership, is the foundation that enables employees to risk and engage emotionally. A clear purpose, declared and reflected in management decisions, provides employees with the motivation to stretch and persist. And fun, inclusive and authentic, suggests a sense of perspective — reminding us that we’re all human, which helps us get along better through challenges.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Business Journal
What factors do you believe make a good workplace? Trust, modeled and celebrated by leadership, is the foundation that enables employees to risk and engage emotionally.
Minervino Neto, director of Dale Carnegie in Brasilia, says the rule of thumb is to look for a position to return into the labor market. It's what he calls "maintain employment". "It encompasses both technical training as well as behavioral" he says.
Epoca Negocios, Aug 22
The Digital world is a master at providing distractions. Thousands of information available to us at the click of a mouse are tempting. The Brazilian representative of Dale Carnegie has some tips to help improve your time management and how to prevent this bombing to make us less productive..
The Times Tribune, Aug 19
Michael Crom, executive vice-president of Dale Carnegie Training, also believes August is a good time to look for a job."I think you have to look at who's doing the hiring," Mr. Crom said. "Often, it is a hard-charging individual who tends to take less time off. These decision-makers are in early in the morning, and stay after business hours
Teamwork/leadership blog
The Dale Carnegie group shares the following thoughts, "There is no such thing as a standard definition of employee engagement. But mostly everyone agrees that employee engagement involves a workplace in which workers:• Feel personally and emotionally bound to the organization, Feel pride in recommending it as a good place to work to other people..
En 2012, au Canada le gouvernement va dépenser des millions de dollars pour venir en aide aux personnes atteintes de maladies mentales légères directement reliée au stress.Au cours des 15 dernières années, le pharmacien est devenu le meilleur ami de plusieurs milliers de personnes qui sont à la recherche d’un remède qui pourra soulager leur stress et leurs angoisses instantanément.
CNBC, Aug 7
Some people say checking email after-hours helps them get organized, get through the crush of email and better balance their work-family life. Others say it’s becoming a huge problem — one that’s masking other issues.
Exame, Aug 5 2012
"People confuse the workplace with the laptop," says Cesar Kaghofer, representing the Dale Carnegie Training in Brazil.
Exame, Aug 6 2012
Lessons of the sport & the athletes who compete in London can be applied to the corporate world when the goal is to build a successful career. Success in professional career also does not happen overnight. "We are in an immediate culture in which people seek quick success," says Cesar Kaghofer, representing the Dale Carnegie Training in Brazil.
In this ever-changing business climate, employee retention and longevity is not what it used to be. The evidence would indicate that a large number of employees in today’s workforce will change jobs every two years. In the first 10 years of their career, many younger workers may have as many as 8 jobs. So, what can businesses do to retain top talent? Engaging employees is key.
The Times of India, Aug 1
Dale Carnegie Training marks its 100th year with the launch of the Advanced Dale Carnegie Course in India. Pallavi Jha, MD, Dale Carnegie Training India, speaks about training needs specific to India.​
The Wall Street Journal, July 26
The latest WSJ/Vistage small-business CEO survey indicates unfilled job openings are holding back business growth. WSJ's Emily Maltby stops by Mean Street to explain
The Financial Times
People are often told they should have role models at work. But is it such a good thing to work for someone who you greatly admire? Michael Crom, executive vice-president of Dale Carnegie Training, says: “You should ask yourself what you admire in people and try and understand what it says about you.”​
Jul 27, 2012 03:06 PM
The Economic Times
Highlight your career objectives upfront. Focus on the employer's needs, and do your due diligence on your prospective employees for stating your objective, says Pallavi Jha, MD and chairperson at Dale Carnegie Training India.
Jul 27, 2012 03:04 PM
Dale Carnegie changed my life, so my ears perked up when I heard Charles Osgood mention him on CBS’s Sunday Morning show.
Jul 26, 2012 05:54 PM
Dale Carnegie Training, one of the world's largest business training companies, has been privately held since it was founded a century ago. That's not about to change.
Jul 26, 2012 01:48 PM
PR Web, July 25, 2012
Dale Carnegie Training®, one of the world's leading human resources and management consulting organizations, today presents its prestigious Leadership Award to BBVA Compass, a leading U.S. banking franchise that ranks among the top 25 largest U.S. commercial banks based on deposit market share.
Digital Journal, July 26, 2012
Dale Carnegie Training® gives its international award since 1985, to a company that places special emphasis on the development of its human resources, innovation and organizational creativity for the purposes of achieving its business objectives.
July 25, 2012 // Franchising.com //
Dale Carnegie Training® is proud to announce that the esteemed How to Win Friends and Influence People has been chosen by the Library of Congress to be part of the "Books That Shaped America" exhibition.​
The facilitation and interaction of diverse personalities on strong teams are critical to success. Even leaders with the best intentions are sometimes guilty of wanting their team members to do or act like they do. Working in a team with diverse personalities requires flexibility, patience, and open-mindedness. When you embrace your team members’ diverse personalities, you enable your team to reach its fullest potential.
Hauppauge, NY (July, 2012) – Dale Carnegie Training®
Dale Carnegie's book "How to Win Friends and Influence People" has been chosen by the Library of Congress to be part of the “Books That Shaped America” exhibition. Dale Carnegie is listed among eighty-seven other extremely influential authors who have had a great impact on American History.
Jul 23, 2012 04:21 PM
At work, being able to effectively communicate is crucial to your success and that of your entire team. But good communication is impossible if you're constantly being interrupted.
Complaints are a necessary part of doing business, and when complaints are made in online websites or forums, they can spread fast unless you address them immediately. Customers are also becoming increasingly choosy about how they spend their limited available cash. When they make a decision to purchase a product or service, they expect excellent customer service to accompany that purchase, whether they’ve dealt with your company in the flesh or in cyberspace.
Ah, emoticons. The constant companion to teenage text and email shorthand. Example? LOL :) And at times, these symbols might even be appropriate for adults. "Emoticons are efficient for personal communication where a pre-existing relationship exists and where shorthand may be preferred and easier," notes executive coach Roy Cohen, author of The Wall Street Professional’s Survival Guide. "They are rarely appropriate for business correspondence. They can look silly...even juvenile," says Cohen.
Comstock's Magazine, July 6
Dale Carnegie Training owner and facilitator Rob Scherer provides leadership programming for Capital Region business managers.
Los Angeles Times, June 24
Summer internships offer an opportunity for young people to try out a profession and for employers to evaluate possible future hires.
The Wall Street Journal, June 29
Michael Crom, a vice president at Dale Carnegie Training, gives advise about the best ways to deal with a demotion. Above all, control your emotions and take time to calm down.
The Long-Islander, June 28
Luann Dallojacono shares her growth during the Dale Carnegie Class and how it has changed her approach to situations not only in the workplace, but also to life.
The Long-Islander, June 14
Luann Dallojacono shares about her experience taking the Dale Carnegie Course.
The Long-Islander, May 31
Luann Dallojacono talks about her experience taking the Dale Carnegie Course.
Comstock's Magazine, June 26
Dale Carnegie Training owner and facilitator Rob Scherer provides leadership programming for Capital Region business managers.
The Kansas City Star, June 26
Peter Handal, chief executive of Dale Carnegie Training says: "Demonstrate that you really see yourself fitting in with the corporate culture and also that you are capable of handling the workload."
Los Angeles Times, June 24
Peter Handal, chief executive of Dale Carnegie Training gives recommendation to summer interns: "Don't think of your internship as short-term but imagine that you are a full-time employee at the company."​
USA Today
Dale Carnegie - "How to Win Friends and Influence People" is #47 out of 100 on the “Books that Shaped America” list from the Library of Congress! What a great honor!
FBNC "I and Vietnam" - Interview with Triana Newton, Regional VP APAC Dale Carnegie Training about how to best manage generations' different work styles with Generation Y entering the workforce.
C-News New Zealand: Interview with Triana Newton, Regional VP APAC Dale Carnegie Training
Whether your business is large or small, you may be trying to use Facebook to generate revenue. And while building fan numbers is certainly part of that, it’s only half the battle. Once you have people signed up as fans, you need to convert them into regular customers or clients.
Existing customers are cutting costs. Leads are few and far between. Sales cycles and deal closings are taking twice as long. Take note: good old referrals can keep your business afloat and even help it grow during tough times. But how do you successfully query a potential referral without seeming pushy or worse yet, outright aggressive, particularly online?
First Business Network, 6/18/12
Greg Cox, of Dale Carnegie Chicago explains how the generational shift in workers is affecting some offices.
Being productive at work is one of the most crucial parts of being an effective employee or manager, but it is one that eludes many people. Years ago, we just had to worry about a nosy neighbor poking his head over our cubicle or into our office. Today, we have to deal with the constant bombardment of the online world, from personal gadgets (like smart phones), emails and the even more abrasive instant messages. Here are 5 ways to improve your time management--even in a 24/7, "now now now" world​
The Economic Time, May 29
Pallavi Jha, chairperson and managing director of Dale Carnegie Training India, talks about Corporate Training in India and the company initiatives during the 100th Anniversary of Dale Carnegie Training.
Business Today, Mumbai June 5
The article from Business Today, one of India's leading financial magazines, interacts with Pallavi Jha and talks about the 100th Anniversary of Dale Carnegie Training and the launch of ADCC in 3 cities in India.
In occasione del convegno Unirec del 25 maggio 2012 Oipa Magazine ha intervistato Sergio Borra sul ruolo della formazione nelle attività di gestione e tutela del credito.
Jun 06, 2012 02:26 PM
Training firms themselves are probably the most savage critics of training when it is done poorly. There are cases in which the curriculum is flimsy, faddish or brief. Trainers, too, can be disasters—unskilled, inflexible or simply incompetent.
Whether it’s a client or a co-worker, there is no more efficient tool to fostering misunderstanding than email. Without the benefit of tone and body language, messages can be easily misconstrued and people can take offense to statements that might seem innocuous in person. Here are 5 ways that people often alienate others via email--that you may not realize you’re committing every time you press "Send."
Jun 04, 2012 01:45 PM
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Raymond Betler, chief operating officer of Wabtec Corp., faces daily challenges including cost cutting, personnel selection and doing business in international transportation markets he considers to be fraught with corruption.
ESPN The Magazine, June 1
ESPN Magazine Cover Story featuring NASCAR Star and Dale Carnegie Course Graduate Danica Patrick. Her mom enrolled Danica, then 14, in a 12-week Dale Carnegie course in public speaking in Rockford, Ill. As the youngest in the class by at least a decade, she balked at first and on one occasion bawled in protest, but she went, unfailingly, and blossomed into a polished pitchwoman.
March 20-21, 2012
Elearning! Media Group (EMG) announced today the Learning! 100 Award recipients. Dale Carnegie Training, Franchise Academy, is ranked 57 on Top Private Sector Companies Program, Area Excellence.
Often referred to as the world's oldest training company, Dale Carnegie Training is celebrating its centenary this year. Pallavi Jha, chairperson and managing director of Dale Carnegie Training India spoke to Anumeha Chaturvedi on the company's Indian journey, and the evolution of corporate training over the years:
May 28, 2012 07:21 PM
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
With national unemployment for 20- to 24-year-olds hovering around 13 percent, recent graduates and current students alike are walking into any position that will bring the experience they need for their resumes -- even if it means walking away without a paycheck.
May 25, 2012 08:24 PM
Some fund firms are coming to employees’ emotional rescue by being more accepting of displays of tears, anxiety and frustration.
Think 140 characters isn’t enough space to build meaningful relationships? Think again. According to social media experts, Twitter is one f the most efficient ways to create and foster multiple client relationships, fast. Here are 5 ways to do it:
Recently, we’ve heard a lot about how devastating bullying in schools can be to children and teens. But mean behavior in the office can also take a great toll, not only on individuals but on company-wide productivity. And nowhere is negativity--and in extreme cases, bullying--more common than online.​
La Vanguardia, 24 April
El padre y ya abuelo del crecimiento personal fue Dale Carnegie, vendedor de jabón, quien en 1912 hace cien años– inició su primer curso de superación.
Whether you are persuading colleagues, selling a client or energizing a team, the power of your presentation makes the difference between success and failure. And some of the newest instruments in your toolbox are digital, whether they are a PowerPoint visual on a large screen in front of one hundred people or a slideshow on your iPad during a one-to-one meeting with a client.
The Fortune.com, May 16 2012
In the Fortune article Michael Crom, the EVP of Dale Carnegie Training, is quoted about why people in leadership positions might lie on their resumes.
May 15, 2012 08:20 PM
CNBC - Thursday, 10 May 2012
The article is about how to maintain top level employees when the economy is slowly coming back to life, and features several great quotes from Piera Palazzolo.
Although individual strengths and abilities may vary, most experts agree that outstanding leaders tend to view the world in similar ways. A solid set of values is particularly important, as is a commitment to high ethical standards. The most commonly observed qualities in outstanding leaders include:​
May 08, 2012 02:30 PM
To commemorate its 100th Anniversary celebration, Dale Carnegie Training®, the world's leading learning and development brand is proud to announce the launch of Advanced Dale Carnegie Course in India. ​
May 07, 2012 03:37 PM
New York Daily News
With commencement season approaching, it's time for a fresh batch of graduates to enter the workforce.
May 07, 2012 02:32 PM
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
You don’t have to be Warren Buffett to make good financial decisions for your family. But his advice just might help. In these days of insane student loan debt ($1 trillion, and that’s more than all of the credit card debt in the country) and fears about having enough money for retirement, we not only need to know about managing and investing money ourselves (or getting the right help) but we also must share our knowledge with our kids.
Moving up to a management position can be one of the hardest transitions of your career. In order to be a truly effective manager, you must be comfortable delegating work and ensuring your employees are accountable for delivery. You go from relying on your own skills to produce results to driving results through delegation to others. In order to become a strong leader, you must learn to effectively delegate projects and deliverables. Here are eight delegation tips or steps for new managers:
Conflict is a natural part of business and is experienced in every workplace. The natural give and take between people is a healthy way to create “constructive discontent” and discover new approaches to challenges. Problems arise in the ways that we deal with these workplace conflicts. Some people tend to take a direct approach, often too direct. Others shy away from confrontations to avoid hurting feelings or from lack of confidence, which often leads to unresolved issues and lingering problem
Apr 26, 2012 01:04 PM
Daily News & Analysis, Mumbai
Christened Dainik Bhaskar School of Media Education, the curriculum for the media school has been developed by Bhaskar in association with US-based Dale Carnegie training consultants.
Apr 24, 2012 07:39 PM
CBS News.com
What's the difference between a customer and a client? A customer might be there for a transaction, but a client is there for a special relationship. The term dates back to ancient Rome when citizens would attach themselves to an aristocratic patron for protection and clout. Patrons took care of their clients and they were rewarded for it.
Apr 23, 2012 04:01 PM
Roche Bros. Supermarkets receives the Dale Carnegie Leadership Award for Associate Development.
Apr 18, 2012 07:51 PM
Bangkok Post
Dale Carnegie Training aims to expand its customer base to individuals and tap more multinational corporations over the next three years with the launch of its leadership school in 2015.
Apr 17, 2012 09:14 PM
Verleihung Dale Carnegie Leadership Award an Rubner Holding
Apr 16, 2012 02:39 PM
Daily Mail
Say the word ‘network’ to the average woman and she’s likely to think you are asking her about her mobile phone provider. Handing out business cards and ‘connecting’ with people you meet — well, it’s just not very feminine, is it?
Apr 13, 2012 03:26 PM
SOLID Wirtschaft and Technik am Bau
Peter Handal, the CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, presented yesterday the DC Leadership award to Stefan Rubner, the President of Rubner Holding Austria. The Austrian company that specializes in wood construction throughout whole Europe received the award because of its systematic, and guided by high standards of quality initiative for human resources and organizational development.
In today’s fast-paced business world, the list of stress factors grows longer every day. Everyone reacts differently to the strain of living in this pressure cooker. Some become aggressive while others become passive or just shut down altogether. Regardless of the reaction, the results are the same – personal and organizational productivity grind to a halt, creativity dies, and momentum vanishes. Now you can do something about the destructive forces of stress in the workplace. Learn to assess y
Apr 12, 2012 03:41 PM
The Enterprise, Utah’s Business Journal
Dale Carnegie Training, a New York City-based internation­al leader in performance improve­ment training and solutions, is seeking franchisees in the Utah market, in which it has not oper­ated for several years. "We previously had a fran­chisee in Utah, but after three years' time away from the state we recognized that it is an incredibly important and rapidly expand­ing area for businesses, company spokesperson Emily Forrest said in an e-mail.
Apr 11, 2012 01:52 PM
Memphis Daily News
When asked what contributed most to his NBA career, Michael Jordan said he missed more shots than he made, which is why he had the opportunity to make more memorable shots. No one remembers how many shots you missed. Similarly, sales is a numbers game.
Apr 09, 2012 07:50 PM
Leslie has sent out too many resumes to count and hasn't heard much of anything. But when she interviews for her dream job in New York, will she finally get the better of her frustrations?
Apr 09, 2012 04:11 PM
Poor output, unreliability, coming in late—there are many types of errant behaviour at the workplace. The good news is, you can resolve these issues.
Warren Buffett got rid of his shyness and stage fright by taking a Dale Carnegie course as a young man, but there was one time his speaking ability failed him. That was when he met the late Princess Diana.
Apr 07, 2012 04:13 PM
Star Tribune
Matt Norman helps Minnesota businesses use technology to improve corporate collaboration.
Negative attitudes are a lot like the common cold, it can start with just one employee, but soon everyone is feeling the effects and morale and performance decline. But unlike the common cold, there's a cure. Enthusiasm and positive attitudes can spread just as quickly-improving performance and increasing productivity!
Dale Carnegie Training, a training solutions provider to individuals and corporations in 86 countries, uses GoToMeeting with HDFaces to hold efficient and effective online meetings that feature high-definition video conferencing. The company has experienced a huge increase in productivity using the simple online meeting solution.
Apr 05, 2012 02:55 PM
She put the easy into easy listening and the lay back into playback but Roz Doyle, the producer on Frasier Crane’s radio show was more than a pretty face. It turns out that practical, efficient, hard-wired Roz was a pioneering example of the “producer” role that is an essential sidekick for any teacher hoping to conduct a successful class live and online today.
Investors.com - 3/8/2012
"The person at the front desk will ask me difficult questions," he said. • Undervalue harmony. Hendrix welcomes what he calls dynamic tension. "I hate yes people," he said. "If everyone's looking for a consensus, you get the lowest common denominator." • Hit the books. "All of the young CEOs I've known are also big readers," said Michael Crom, executive vice president of Dale Carnegie Training. Poring over biographies, business books and newspapers is time well spent for executives.
Mar 29, 2012 09:21 PM
At a Dale Carnegie Training session in a midtown-Manhattan basement, Hannan was one of 18 salespeople listening attentively as a trainer explained the importance of classifying buyers. About half of the attendees had already been in sales for years, but the rest had recently entered the field after exploring other career paths.
Online presentations or webinars are now a daily occurrence for many business professionals. This new communication platform comes with new rules.
CIO - 12/11/2007
CIO — Networking is the key to success in business, says Keith Ferrazzi, business coach and author of Never Eat Alone, a book about the power of relationship building and networking. It helps you find jobs, recruit talent, win new customers and discover investors who'll support your ideas.
For 100 years, professionals have turned to Dale Carnegie's powerful books and winning interactive seminars to help them reach new levels of professional and personal success.
Finance & Commerce - 3/2132012
When Jeff DeYoung wants to know how employees are feeling about career development, work/life balance, office culture or other major topics, he doesn’t clear his schedule so that he has time for hundreds of informal chats. Instead, he orders an employee survey to be delivered online.
The Senior VP of Franchisee Development of Dale Carnegie and Associates, Mr Mahan Tavakoli, visited Bulgaria to be the key speaker at a talk on Business Execution:Turning Your Organization’s Vision into Reality.
The Senior Vice President of Franchisee Development of Dale Carnegie and Associates, Mr Mahan Tavakoli, visited Bulgaria to be the key speaker at a talk on Business Execution:Turning Your Organization’s Vision into Reality.
The Senior Vice President of Franchisee Development of Dale Carnegie and Associates, Mr Mahan Tavakoli, visited Bulgaria to be the key speaker at a talk on Business Execution:Turning Your Organization’s Vision into Reality.
CNBC - 3/19/2012
It’s March Madness and no one braces harder for the madness than your employer. Unlike the Super Bowl, where there’s one game on a Sunday, there are 67 games in the NCAA men’s college basketball playoffs, many during the day. What’s more, there are more women who follow the madness compared to other sporting events as many remain loyal to their alma mater.
Manager. News - 3/19/2012
Изпълвайте съзнанието си с мисли за спокойствие, смелост и надежда. Ако мислим за нещастието, ще бъдем нещастни. Ако мислим за страха, ще бъдем страхливи. „Каквито са мислите ти, такъв си и ти“, казва д-р Норман Винсент Пийл.
Gear Diary - 3/19/2012
I think I was about 15 when I saw Dale Carnegie’s famous book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People” on my Dad’s dresser. He had been a career Naval officer, and was only recently retired and trying to figure out what to do with himself; the answer was to start and engineering consulting business. The amazing thing is, that book was publish
Dale Carnegie Training, an international performance improvement and training firm, has launched the third installment in its series of leadership iPhone applications, “Company Leadership.”
Your memory can be a tremendous asset in business and an important ally in social situations. Now you can learn to utilize it to its fullest potential. These tips won't let you forget names, facts and figures ever again.
Business Standard - 3/16/2012
The grandfather of all self-help books has just been given a digital makeover. Seventy-five years after Dale Carnegie wrote How to Win Friends and Influence People, his associates have added “in the Digital Age” to the title to make it relevant to the Facebook and Twitter generation. It’s easy to dismiss the book as a clever marketing exercise to give a fresh lease of life to its sagging sales, but that would be a mistake.
As part of its commitment to continuously monitor the training marketplace for the best providers and services TrainingIndustry.com has released the Sales Training Companies Watch List.
Entrepreneur - 3/15/2012
An innovative idea may inspire a new business, but it takes brilliant people to make that business a success. Michael Crom, executive vice president and chief learning officer of Dale Carnegie Training and co-author of The Leader in You: How to Win Friends, Influence People and Succeed in a Changing World, discusses the first step to startup success: assembling your team. Read on for Crom's advice on finding the best people and filling leadership roles--while still saving some cash.
If you're like most sales people you can think of a million excuses not to cold call because - let's face it - you hate it. The rejection and sense of failure are tough to take. But cold calling is necessary to success since new business often accounts for as much as 50% of your production. Here are some tips to help you make effective cold calls.
People Matters - 3/9/2012
The new version of Carnegie’s landmark classic “How to win friends & influence people” is a meaningful and fascinating read for all those, who are interested in better communication for both professional and personal reasons. It is an inspiring account of how to connect with others, irrespective of the medium of communication that is being used.
Dale Carnegie Training
One hundred years ago, Ha rry and Sigmund Weis opened a small corner grocery store in Sunbury. Today, Weis Markets Inc. operates 162 stores and employs more than 18,000 associates. Weis is not only a strong regional employer but also a leading procurer of Pennsylvania products, including meat, produce and milk.
Market Watch - 3/6/2012
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ, Mar 06, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- ARI(R), a leading global fleet services provider specializing in complex car and truck fleets, today announced that it received the Dale Carnegie Training Leadership Award. This prestigious award is given to companies dedicated to a philosophy where people are as important to the overall business success as any technology, patent or strategy.​
Financial Post - 3/6/2012
Peter Handal has travelled the globe helping business leaders strengthen their executive teams and build their soft skills for success. The CEO of Dale Carnegie & Associates has had a front row seat to some of the most prominent shifts in workplace dynamics and recently sat down with Dan Ovsey, editor of FP Executive, to talk about the Zuckerberg phenomenon, executives’ interpersonal skills and the impact of Millennials’ digital communication preference on workplace productivity.
The Harvard Crimson - 2/27/2012
Students from the eight Ivy League universities learned about practical approaches and effective tools to fulfill their leadership roles at their respective undergraduate institutions at the 12th Ivy League Leadership Summit this weekend.
Inc - 2/21/2012
If your employees aren't having fun, they're probably not performing at their highest level. So ease up already and try one of these tactics. How often when you leave your home for the office do you think, "I'm going to have fun today"? Sad, isn’t it?
Forbes - 2/22/2012
There is no substitute for persistence, ambition, and hard work. Jeremy Lin and Steve Jobs epitomize this ideology, which is why they both reached the top of their profession. They did not let obstacles stop them, and never accepted “NO” for an answer.
Twincities.com - 2/11/2012
I have a love-hate affair with sales. On the negative side of the equation: Sales positions account for a disproportionate number of jobs I've failed at. If you get fired enough times from something, you tend to dislike it.
Omaha.com - 2/12/2012
You had to listen carefully to the investing advice that Warren Buffett gave journalists Lara Logan and Charlie Rose during an episode of CBS's "Person to Person" last week.In the course of guiding cameras around Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s "world headquarters" at Kiewit Plaza in Omaha, Buffett mentioned that people should invest in companies "as though" they were going to hold those investments for the rest of their lives.
USA TODAY - 2/9/2012
We've all had those days: A failure to launch. Hit a wall. Too many interruptions. "People get caught up in the tyranny of urgent," explained Michael Crom, the chief learning officer at the Dale Carnegie Institute, a corporate training organization. "Texting. People popping into our office. Phone ringing . . . cellphone ringing . . . personal stuff . . . it can all lead to some pretty bad work habits."​
IIFL - 2/8/2012
It provides a contemporary touch to core human relations foundations. We expect a fabulous response. After all, Dale Carnegie is the original self-help guru.” The world’s leading learning and development brand Dale Carnegie Training, which has a global roster of over 8 million graduates, comprising of executives from more than 400 of the Top Fortune 500 companies, amongst others , celebrates its centenary with a modern version of the classic titled ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People in th​
CBS News - 2/8/2012
(CBS News) Warren Buffett is one of the richest men in the world. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, owns or has a stake in over 70 businesses such as Coca Cola, IBM, and American Express. But this is no ordinary billionaire. He's giving 99 percent of his wealth to charity and he thinks rich people should pay higher taxes.
CNBC - 2/3/2012
We've all had those days: A failure to launch. Hit a wall. Too many interruptions. Got distracted. Whatever the reason, an unproductive day is maddening.
DubaiEye103.8 - 2/2/2012
Pater Handal, Chairman and CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, talks about the company's 100th Anniversary Workshop and new book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age".
Timesunion.com - 2/1/2012
I have talked about my feelings on office romance/relationships/affairs/flirtations many times in the past, so I won’t wax poetic on that again.Plus, I know plenty of you disagree — and think a little boom-boom-brannigan with your colleague makes the workday a bit more tolerable.
DUBAI Chronicle - 1/30/2012
As Dale Carnegie Training, the global engagement partner, celebrates its 100 Anniversary this year, the organization's Chairman and CEO Peter Handal will make an exclusive trip to the UAE to mark the occasion. He will introduce the 100th Anniversary Success Workshop, titled "How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age".
Zawya - 1/30/2012
Dubai, UAE - As Dale Carnegie Training®, the global engagement partner, celebrates its 100 Anniversary this year, the organization's Chairman and CEO Peter Handal will make an exclusive trip to the UAE to mark the occasion. He will introduce the 100th Anniversary Success Workshop, titled "How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age".
AMEinfo.com - 1/30/2012
As Dale Carnegie Training, the global engagement partner, celebrates its 100 Anniversary this year, the organization's Chairman and CEO Peter Handal will make an exclusive trip to the UAE to mark the occasion.​
Post-Gazette - 1/29/2012
It may start with an inverted umbrella just as you step outside. Or spilling the first cup of coffee at work on a new suit. Or getting a call from school just as you settle in saying that your child is ill and must be picked up. Or realizing you misspelled the boss's name on an interoffice memo.The beginning of a bad day. What can't be helped can't be helped, but Michael Crom, executive vice president for Dale Carnegie Training in Hauppauge, N.Y., says there are ways to prevent a distraction
Simon & Schuster
Seventy-five years ago, Dale Carnegie published the now-classic book, How to Win Friends & Influence People – it went on to sell over 30 million copies worldwide, was just named #19 of the top 100 best books of all time by TIME magazine, and has counseled multiple generations on the art of communication and success in both business and everyday life. Critic Jonathan Yardley has placed it among ten books that have most shaped the American character.
Westwood-Backup - 1/16/2012
The Osgood File. Sponsored in part by Barbasol Shaving Cream, America's leader for a close shave. Close shave, America. Close shave, Barbasol. This is Charles Osgood.Dale Carnegie started teaching people things they already knew in 1912 - that's right, a hundred years ago.What sort of things? Peter Handal, who now runs the Dale Carnegie empire, tells our CBS News colleague Richard Schlesinger it's things like...
G1 GLOBO - 1/17/2012
This is the local news of the biggest TV channel in Brazil. Airton Petry who is the area manager for that region and talk about Dale Carnegie Training.
ITBusinessEdge - 1/10/2012
As much as we all might find stereotyping distasteful, it would probably be difficult to refute the contention that people who gravitate toward the IT profession tend to be somewhat introverted, and more comfortable working with technology than with other people. There would probably be less consensus on whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing.
CBS Sunday Morning
Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People" (published by Simon and Schuster, a CBS company) has been around for generations. But what's REALLY interesting is that now it's been updated for the digital age. Not bad for an author who got his start early in the last century. Richard Schlesinger of "48 Hours" has his story:
Como parte de los eventos del centenario salió al mercado el libro "Cómo Ganar Amigos e Influir en las Personas en la Era Digital”; asimismo lanzó una aplicación para iPhone en español con consejos valiosos, que promueven la efectividad en las Ventas, el Desarrollo del Liderazgo y la Confianza de las personas para el logro de sus objetivos.
CNN Money - 1/5/11
FORTUNE -- As you set career goals for 2012, a raise might be on your list. After all, the economy is slowly recovering, unemployment is ticking down and your employer is likely in a better financial position than in the last year or three.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL - 12/23/2011
When Andrea Jung steps down as chief executive officer of Avon Products Inc. (AVP-N17.730.261.49%), she will end her reign as the longest-serving female CEO at a Fortune 500 company. Last week, the global cosmetics company announced that the Toronto native, who has carried both the CEO and executive chairman titles since 1999, will step down as chief executive when her successor is found.
Metro - 1/2/2012
True, it’s a new year, but that doesn’t mean that stack of work you left for after the holidays vanished. We asked a few experts for tricks for keeping your head above water when you feel swamped and preventing work from piling up in 2012.
About.com - 12/21/2011
One person behaving badly in the workplace can be toxic for all those who surround him or her, and especially during the holiday season, this can bring down the morale of the entire company, including those hard-working, honest employees who are trying to do their job in a difficult work environment.​
CNBC - 12/21/2011
Some companies have taken their office holiday party online — be it for financial or geographic reasons, or simply for the convenience.A virtual office holiday party? It sounds like it has the potential to be the coolest — or uncoolest — party ever.
CNBC - 12/14/2011
The holidays are all about giving. You know? I mean, there’s something that just feels good – REALLY GOOD — when you give to others, be it a friend, a loved one or someone in nee—
THE NATION - 12/14/2011
Seventy-five years ago, US author Dale Carnegie published the now-classic book, How to Win Friends & Influence People, which went on to sell more than 30 million copies worldwide.It was named No 19 in the top 100 books of all time by Time magazine. The book has been valuable resource for many generations on the art of communication and success in both business and everyday life. Critic Jonathan Yardley has placed it among the 10 books that have most shaped the American character.
Business Management Daily - 12/09/2011
Perfume? Too personal. Coffee maker? Too expensive (unless it’s a group gift). The rules for gift-giving at work, in those offices that swap presents, are fairly straightforward.
Formação - 09/25/2011
Você está pronto para assumir o cargo quando encontra um emprego novo?
THE GLOBE AND MAILl - 11/28/2011
In 1978, Michael Crom was working as a shipping clerk at Dale Carnegie Training in New York when he met his first mentor, then vice-president Dick Morgal, who took an unexpected interest in his career. At the time, Mr. Crom was respectful and hard-working, but lacked the skills that would propel him toward more challenging roles in the company.
PayScale - 11/23/2011
According to the 2011 Cisco Systems “Connected World Technology Report,” a whopping one of every three college students and employees surveyed globally believes the Internet is a fundamental resource. So it’s no surprise that having access to Facebook and Twitter is considered essential when deciding on where they’ll work. More than 40 percent of young adults surveyed worldwide said they would accept a job offer for less money if they had more access to social media at work.
Miami Herald - 11/22/2011
As we enter the holiday season, employers will hand out turkeys, throw holiday parties, dole out bonuses and allot vacation days to show employees appreciation. But will these gestures be enough? American workplaces are plagued by the highest level of dissatisfaction in decades. Employees are overworked and disengaged, unwilling to put in any extra effort.
HUFF POST BOOKS - 11/18/2011
When I first came to Dale Carnegie Training, I had no idea of the passion and commitment I would find among employees as well as current and former customers. As we approach our 100th year anniversary, I'm proud to be a leader at a company that has evolved from one man's belief in self-improvement into an international performance-improvement training company.
It’s not surprising that “How to Win Friends and Influence People” sold over 250,000 copies in the U.S. last year. In fact, ever since Dale Carnegie began offering classes on the subject back in 1912, his simple message about effectively communicating with others has been a winner. Today, an updated version of this classic self-help book has just been released by Dale Carnegie & Associates.
Epocanegocios - 11/05/2011
Numa reunião, a ideia de alguém é bem recebida. Aí você lembra que havia mencionado aquela sugestão informalmente num corredor. Como reagir? Peter Handal, executivo-chefe da consultoria Dale Carnegie Training, faz uma distinção: uma coisa é ser surrupiado pelo chefe, outra é ser vítima de colegas do mesmo escalão – seus concorrentes diretos. Portanto, guarde suas melhores ideias para o momento de expressá-las em público, em reuniões ou por e-mail coletivo. Sempre com testemunhas.
U.S.News - 11/01/2011
Dale Carnegie, the esteemed self-improvement guru of the last century, might never have sent a Tweet or started a Facebook page. But in the updated version of his bestseller, How to Win Friends & Influence People, he (and his co-writers) explain how he would do so, were he alive today.
BCCJ Acumen - 10/26/2011
The technology that was considered the best and cutting-edge a century ago today is long past its sell-by date. The first jump from a moving aeroplane took place in March 1912, while that marvel of engineering, the RMS Titanic, started—but failed to complete—her maiden voyage across the Atlantic in the same year.
When we interact with someone whose leadership styles and tendencies are similar to our own, communication is relatively easy. However, when we work with people whose leadership style is different from our own, communication and cooperation can be challenging.
One of the most common types of business communication is presenting to persuade. From sales representatives persuading customers to mid-level managers persuading workers and upper management, we spend almost every business day involved in some form of persuasive communication. No matter our role, improving our ability to persuade others is vital to our career growth.
Negotiating is the process of attempting to agree on a solution. Compromising, or settling on a mutually agreeable solution, is the result of successful negotiations. Compromise is all about being flexible.
One way you can participate in team change engagement is to keep your attitudes positive and focused. These principles give you direction in keeping your attitude centered on team success.
Mediation is a process in which a neutral third-party acts as a facilitator to assist in resolving a dispute between two or more parties. It is a non-adversarial approach to conflict resolution, where the parties generally communicate directly. The role of the mediator is to facilitate communication between the parties, assist them in focusing on the real issues of the disputes, and generating options for settlement.
The main focus during the Formation stage of establishing an effective team is to create a team with clear structure, goals, direction and roles, so that members begin to build trust.
THE GLOBE AND MAILl - 10/23/2011
At this point it’s hard to predict the long-term repercussions of life in the Twitterverse – a world where 140-character bursts of self-expression have replaced meaningful, personal interaction and followers are the new friends. Still, for anyone trying to make a mark in this modern age, the current message is clear: Tweet or be Tweeten. With that in mind, we offer some pointers on how to increase your online popularity and influence.
Oct 24, 2011 04:15 PM
Engaging workplace change can be an unpredictable experience because processes and people evolve in diverse ways as you undergo change.
New York Post - 10/22/2011
Take a genuine interest in people or a business. Praise them whenever possible and don’t fake it with phony flattery. Figure out ways to help people in personal or business relationships.
USA TODAY - 10/20/11
Help yourself to Goldie Hawn's refreshing 10 Mindful Minutes, a Dale Carnegie update for the Web, Chris Hardwick's hilarious Nerdist Way and Priscilla Warner's oft-times hair-raising Learning to Breathe.​
Folha.com - 10/14/11
O avô de todos os livros de autoajuda, que deu origem a toda uma "indústria" dedicada ao auto-aprimoramento, está sendo modernizado para adequar-se à era do Facebook e do Twitter.
Newsday - 10/14/11
Peter Handal, 68, has had a wild career ride leaving semiretirement to head the global company Dale Carnegie Training, which is based in Hauppauge and celebrates its 99th anniversary Saturday. A Brooklyn native who lives in East Hampton, Handal was elected chief executive in 2000 after advising the self-improvement training company and serving on its board.
Boston.com - 10/14/11
No matter what hiring managers say during interviews, there's still room to negotiate salaries in today's economy. Many companies have no trouble attracting a large pool of applicants, but finding someone qualified is the challenge. That makes you — if you're skilled and lucky enough to be chosen — at the head of the bargaining table.
The New York Times - 10/04/11
In 1936, Dale Carnegie made a compelling statement to his readers: “Dealing with people is probably the biggest problem you face.” This is the foundation of How to Win Friends and Influence People, and it is still true today. However, developing strategies for dealing with people is more complex.
Larry Bodine - 10/06/11
I read the 75-year old book "How to Win Friends and Influence People" when I was in junior high, and it changed my life. I tried to adopt every recommendation Dale Carnegie made -- be a good listener, admit mistakes promptly and smile more often. His book is where lawyers should start when building their own clientele.
Mobiledla - 10/11/11
Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People" and Emily Post's "Etiquette" are now digitally overhauled, reflecting technology's influence on human connections.
Joongangilbo - 10/4/11
‘투자의 귀재’ 워런 버핏 버크셔 해서 웨이 회장은 “데일 카네기 코스에서 배운 인간관계와 커뮤니케이션 스킬은 50만 달러 이상의 가치가 있다”고 말했다. 1912년 뉴욕 YMCA에서 시작해 이달 말 100주년 기념행사를 여는 데일카네기 트레이닝은 세계적인 인간경영·리더십 교육 회사로 세계 86개국에서 같은 프로그램을 운영한다.
Joongangilbo - 10/4/11
‘투자의 귀재’ 워런 버핏 버크셔 해서 웨이 회장은 “데일 카네기 코스에서 배운 인간관계와 커뮤니케이션 스킬은 50만 달러 이상의 가치가 있다”고 말했다. 1912년 뉴욕 YMCA에서 시작해 이달 말 100주년 기념행사를 여는 데일카네기 트레이닝은 세계적인 인간경영·리더십 교육 회사로 세계 86개국에서 같은 프로그램을 운영한다.
VentureBeat - 10/06/11
The classic title “How To Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie (pictured) was first published in 1936. This week, a new edition of the book was released, and it contains all new information for the digital era.
CNN Money - 9/28/11
Life in corporate America is riddled with office speak, acronyms and other crimes against language. But there are a host of reasons to steer clear of insider lingo.
CBS Moneywatch - 9/28/11
As a freelancer, I work alone. If my home office gets too quiet, I’ll occasionally surround myself with strangers at Starbucks. But before I started working solo, I was an editor at two magazine offices and I had great cubicle colleagues — creative, kind people who broke up the day. Of course, not all of us are so lucky.
Portfolio.com - 9/23/11
You don’t always get a second chance to make an impact in the business world. But former eBay CEO Meg Whitman is going to do what very few have attempted: take the reigns at a struggling company, turn it around, and manage it as a successful firm once again. Her task isn't easy.
Wired Enterprise- 9/22/11
Meg Whitman stepped into the HP spotlight Thursday, taking over as CEO in a whirlwind shift that saw former boss Leo Apotheker ousted in less than a year, with his ambitious and controversial plans to remake the company barely off the ground. But, amid clear signs of disarray and even panic, many eyes have remained steadily fixed on the board of directors, which arguably orchestrated the mess in the first place then turned to one of its own in a bid to end the crisis.
Black Enterprise - August 2011
Changing careers may seem daunting, but with careful planning you could create the business life you want.
Business Insider - 9/9/11
Bank of America is expected to lay off between 30,000 and 40,000 of its workforce. AOL Jobs is reporting that 100,000 total layoffs are expected on Wall Street. Not that being laid off is something anyone wants to think about, it's best to always be prepared for one. Unfortunately, every job is temporary.​
Mississippi Business Journal - 7/31/11
David Fagiano, COO of Dale Carnegie & Associates Inc., has worked in management training for more than 30 years. He oversees sales and marketing as well as product development and instructor training for the company. He spoke with MBJ by phone from his New York office. Q: What do you think Dale Carnegie would think about ...
Newsday - 9/11/11
Creating a cohesive team environment in the workplace is critical to any organization. Factions within a team setting can lead to a decline in employee morale, as well as overall work productivity.
Democrat and Chronicle - 9/12/11
Voters will cast ballots in several primary races on Tuesday. The election's outcomes will have significant impacts on the Nov. 8 general election, from going a long way toward electing the winner to harming a candidate's position.
4 Traders - 9/12/11
Welcome to Sigma's network for women working in the IT industry. On October 6, 2011 it will be time for our second meeting in Stockholm. This time Maria Malmsjö from Persei will be on hand to explain the importance of building networks and how we can use them.
The Californian - 9/12/11
Question: I am a professional makeup artist and have to shoot a promotional video on how to apply makeup. have to explain the steps and techniques in detail. I have done this many times in front of customers, but the camera shoot makes me a little nervous. How can I lead a presentation that will convey a professional image?
USA TODAY - 9/12/11
was lucky to grow up with parents who attended The Dale Carnegie Course in Effective Speaking and Human Relations.
CNN Money - 8/31/11
Companies are hiring again, but interviewers may be a bit rusty. Here are the 3 most important things to ask.
ABC News - 9/2/11
Thanks to Dick Cheney's new memoir, crying in the workplace is back in the news. In it, Cheney snidely describes former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as "tearfully" conceding he'd been right about not needing to apologize for the now-infamous line in Bush's 2003 State of the Union about Iraq's alleged quest for uranium in Niger.
TIME Specials - 8/30/11
There aren't many people who don't want to be liked or influential. Which may be the primary reason that Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends & Influence People, first printed in 1937, has become such a classic.
NWjobs - 8/30/11
Now that Apple CEO Steve Jobs has stepped down, it's natural that employees might feel anxious about the company's future and their place in it, despite the fact that replacement Tim Cook has a long history with Apple.
(Brazil) - 8/29/11
Se você estivesse sentado em uma das mesas do antigo Coti, na Cidade Baixa, em Porto Alegre, com meus amigos e dissesse a seguinte frase: - “Comecei a ler Como fazer amigos e influenciar pessoas”, você ouviria provavelmente.
(Brazil) - 8/24/11
A Dale Carnegie Training completou 50 anos de atuação no Brasil em 2011 e está prestes a celebrar 100 anos de fundação, a ser comemorado no próximo ano. Para celebrar a data, o presidente mundial da companhia, Peter Handal, veio até Londrina para reuniões com franqueados.
Portfolio - 8/25/11
Taking over from a leader like Steve Jobs is no easy task and Tim Cook faces several challenges as he steps up to the top spot at Apple. What are the common management mistakes he should avoid?
Aug 25, 2011 05:00 PM
Brazil (August 22, 2011) – In celebration of Dale Carnegie Training’s®, 50th anniversary in Brazil, the international leader in performance improvement and workplace training is excited to release their lauded smartphone application “Segredos de Sucesso” (Secrets of Success) in Portuguese.
Business Journal - 8/19/11
The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal announced the 55 winners of its 2011 Best Places to Work awards last month, and now we show you how they were ranked within their categories.
Would you work for free? In FINS' informal online question forum, Sign or Decline, 55% of 306 respondents said they would decline a job if they would not getting paid for the first three months.
US News - 8/2/11
Hate when meetings run late? Find yourself annoyed when you leave a meeting that didn't really seem necessary? You're probably not the only one in your office who feels that way. Nearly a third of workers polled recently by Accountemps, a division of Robert Half International that focuses on temporary staffing, said beginning or ending late is their biggest meeting pet peeve. Another 27 percent said they can't stand attending meetings that seem unnecessary.
Porfolio - 8/2/11
Many of us have been in this situation: Time is of the essence on completing a project, so you pitch a brilliant idea to the boss, only to have him turn around and present it to the client as his own. What do you do? While you want to get credit for a job well done, many employees don’t want to cross the line with their supervisors and jeopardize their position—least of all in this economy.
The Miami Herald - 7/29/11
The other day, a friend of my was complaining that she was frustrated. She pitched an idea for a marketing tactic and her boss loved it. But he then, turned around and pitched it to his boss, taking full credit.
CNN Money - 8/4/11
They're awfully hard to spot because they seem agreeable to your face, but they drag their feet or sabotage projects behind your back. Is there an antidote?
Having a reputation for being a problem-solver is a valuable thing, but relinquishing credit to a boss is often smart as well. With peers, it's another matter.
Jul 17, 2011 02:57 PM
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
In the new movie "Horrible Bosses," three frustrated employees have bosses so bad that they make a pact to kill them. While that approach might work, there are less extreme methods for dealing with the typical horrible boss. Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, has a few tips to help employees tolerate a tyrant.
Jul 15, 2011 02:52 PM
Stay in the real world long enough and you’re bound to get burned out. Longer work-weeks, toxic co-workers, poor managers and bleak prospects for advancing one’s career can be a recipe for a Catch-22, where you long to quit your job, but feel pressured to hold on to it out of fear of becoming unemployed and not being able to make ends meet.
Jul 11, 2011 02:10 PM
Minnesota, has been asked by both small and Fortune 500 companies to help increase employee morale and drive productivity. Here’s how Matt Norman, a third-generation entrepreneur named 2010 Top Carnegie Sales Manager in the World, suggests you do it:
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Dale Carnegie Training CEO, Peter Handal discusses managers can better communicate with their employees.​
Jun 29, 2011 04:16 PM
IT failures that occurred on your watch don't have to kill your chances of landing a new job. You just need to know how to discuss them in job interviews. Here are five tips.
Jun 26, 2011 05:16 PM
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
We've all been there. Cold, gray, snowy weather finally gives way to sparkling blue skies and splashes of sun. The temperature climbs and a worker's thoughts turn to anything but work.
Jun 21, 2011 08:32 PM
Knowing “How to Win Friends and Influence People” is more than a slogan for Vito DiMaio, who manages the North Coast Electric Company’s Central Oregon service center, teaches Dale Carnegie inspirational seminars and sits on the board of directors for Grandma’s House women’s shelter.
Jun 19, 2011 12:24 PM
New Orleans Times-Picayune
Crisis communication experts are giving former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner poor marks for the way he handled his social network sexting scandal and say the situation offers up lessons on how to restore trust and credibility after a humiliating, scandalous or even criminal episode.
Sales & Service Excellence - August 2010
IN 2008, a large automotive service company best known for its retail business decided to refocus and accelerate its commercial business segment. Its new strategic focus was to achieve a 50 percent commercial sales mix by 2012 and to become the dominant retailer in the industry through increased brand offerings and availability.
Training & Development Magazine - Febuary 2011
As people interact around a shrinking globe, both in person and electronically, the ability to build and strengthen relationships right from the beginning is absolutely critical to the success of projects and organizations.
Jun 09, 2011 04:20 PM
Epoch Times
Executing a strategy is much more difficult than formulating it. Implementation involved blended approach of sound thinking, an understanding of the dynamics at play, as well as excellent communication and relationship skills.
Jun 03, 2011 02:36 PM
IT was the original self-help book that took the world by storm – selling 16 million copies – and is still in print today. But as Dale Carnegie’s classic How To Win Friends And Influence People turns 75 how does its advice hold up in the 21st century? Billionaire businessman Warren Buffett credits it with changing his life. Its subject matter is certainly no less relevant today.
Jun 01, 2011 06:25 PM
Bayada Nurses has been honored with the 2011 Dale Carnegie Training International Leadership Award. Bayada was recognized for placing special emphasis on the development of their employees.
May 31, 2011 04:33 PM
The Columbus Dispatch
On what young people should study: Do anything you can do to improve your own skills - you never know when it's going to pay off later on. The one diploma Buffett has hanging on his wall is from a Dale Carnegie course on public speaking. Communication skills are what he most recommends developing. ​
May 26, 2011 02:11 PM
Yahoo! Finance
After claiming the top spot on the iTunes business list a week after its release, Dale Carnegie Training® is back with a follow up to the popular "Secrets to Success" iPhone app with their new "Personal Leadership" application.
May 23, 2011 02:30 PM
Hauppauge, NY (May 23, 2011) Bayada Nurses, a leading national home health care company, has been honored with this year’s 2011 Dale Carnegie Training International Leadership Award. The recognition was awarded to Bayada Nurses as an industry leader that places special emphasis on the development of their employees.
Apr 18, 2011 07:00 PM
Getting good referrals doesn't happen by accident. It requires much more than just simply asking random bodies for referrals.
Apr 18, 2011 06:55 PM
Dale Carnegie Training®, the international leader in performance-based workforce training and solutions, is excited to announce a partnership with the DVD release of The King’s Speech. The anticipated arrival of the Academy Award® winner for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Screenplay will hit stores on April 19. The same day, the first fifty registrants of Dale Carnegie Training’s "High Impact Presentations" seminar, will receive a free copy of The King’s Speech.
Apr 11, 2011 07:00 PM
The Wall Street Journal
Conquer Fear. I took classes in public speaking in college and a few more during my corporate days. That training was marginally useful for learning how to mask nervousness in public. Then I took the Dale Carnegie course. It was life-changing. The Dale Carnegie method ignores speaking technique entirely and trains you instead to enjoy the experience of speaking to a crowd. Once you become relaxed in front of people, technique comes automatically.
New York Times, January 11, 2011
You got the interview, now what? Congratulations – you’ve landed a job interview! In today’s market, where every job listing generates unprecedented floods of applicants, being granted an interview is a coup in and of itself. And given the scarcity of interviews, it’s crucial that you give each and every one your very best effort.
Use this 6-step formula as a sure-fire method of expressing appreciation in a written note.
Here are 6 things that managers should think about when preparing for a negotiation.
Think of yourself as stretchable, expandable, and able to adapt to anything new. Who wants to view themselves as static, inflexible, and unable to adapt? Periods of change are unpredictable, and we may be asked to adapt to changes that we never anticipated. In order to stay flexible, follow these guidelines: ​
Legendary Basketball Coach John Wooden once said, "Failure is not fatal, but failure to change might be." The obvious point he was trying to convey is that everyone makes mistakes and fails. It is what you do after the mistake or failure that makes all the difference.
Now more than ever, business professionals are being asked to give presentations with teams. Everyone on your team must hone their presentation and preparation skills for these types of team presentations to be effective. Professional team presentations involve thorough planning, smooth transitions, logical sequencing of subject material, and the ability to create a coherent professional message. Here are 5 steps your team should follow in order to have a successful presentation.
Pressure situations are present during both good and bad economic times. However, when times are tough the situations can be magnified. Problems at home can directly influence issues in the workplace. It is important as a manager to recognize that your team might have outside stressors affecting their job performance. It is your job to create an environment that reduces stress and promotes engagement.​
Dec 05, 2010 09:53 PM
Gift-giving should be an enjoyable experience during the holidays, even at work. As the holiday season approaches, employees shouldn't be stressing about their workload and holiday shopping, but rather enjoying time spent with family and friends. To avoid feeling overwhelmed with the subject, set reasonable goals while remembering that it is impossible to please everyone in the office.
Dec 05, 2010 09:44 PM
The holiday shopping season has arrived, and it is time to start thinking about gifts for the people who are important in our lives. What could be better than something that helps move someone’s career forward? With that in mind, I asked for suggestions as to what the "must have" career gifts are this season. Here are some of the best ideas I received:
Dec 05, 2010 09:41 PM
Peter Handal, chairman, CEO and president of Dale Carnegie Training, said gift giving should be an enjoyable experience during the holidays, even at work, and offers these tips for office gifts:
Dec 03, 2010 10:18 PM
The holiday shopping season has arrived, and it is time to start thinking about gifts for the people who are important in our lives. What could be better than something that helps move someone’s career forward?
Nov 18, 2010 10:08 PM
It's the time of year when we gather with friends and family to give thanks for the good things in our lives (and to stuff ourselves with turkey and other goodies). But gratitude can also be helpful in another important setting: the workplace. Famed business leader and author Dale Carnegie believed that "the big secret of dealing with people is to give honest and sincere appreciation."
Nov 12, 2010 09:26 PM
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As the economy begins its ascent, it is more important than ever to provide your team with the tools to succeed. In sales especially, your team has been hard hit by the tough economic times. As a sales manager, it will be your job to engage your team, build confidence, and coach for success.
As the economy continues to recover, it is more important than ever to ensure that you are providing excellent customer service. Customer service plays an important role in customer retention, increasing market share, and efficiency. All of these elements can help your organization take advantage of the improving economic conditions. In the following articles, we will explore several different aspects of customer service. We encourage you to share these articles with team members and colleagues.​
Presentation Effectiveness can be a make or break skill in the workplace. At some point in your career you will be asked to present information to a group. It is your job to ensure that you are ready to step up to the call. An individual who can present confidently and effectively immediately differentiates themselves from the rest of the group. Whether you are a pro or a beginner with public speaking, this issue of Engaging Ideas will provide practical tips for improving your presentation skill​
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Teamwork is a major factor in succeeding in the workplace. Even if you work in a one-man company, you still will have to work with clients and vendors. The ability to work successfully in groups is a key contributing factor in your success and the success of your organization. The articles in this issue of our Engaging Ideas Newsletter deal with elements of team work and team building.
Apr 12, 2010 05:47 PM
Dale Carnegie Training®, the international leader in performance-based workforce training and solutions, is pleased to announce the availability of its popular "Secrets to Success" application for download on the BlackBerry handheld. Previously available exclusively for the iPhone, the application is now available for $2.99 through the BlackBerry app world webstore http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/), as well as on the Dale Carnegie website (http://www.dalec
During the past year and a half, many things have changed in our global economy. These changes have dramatically effected workforces around the world. Think of how your job is different now than it was just months ago. The changes can be as small as taking on additional tasks, or they can be as dramatic as making a total career change. No matter what changes take place, you will always be expected to perform in the workplace. If you are a manager, you will be expected to take change in stride.
Mar 03, 2010 06:48 PM
Dale Carnegie training iPhone app skyrockets to number 1 spot in first week of release.
As the economy continues to gain steam, it is more important than ever to keep your leadership skills sharp. As a manager, it is your job to keep your employees engaged. Engaging your employees will help you and your organization prepare for and succeed during the eventual economic upswing. Leadership excellence and employee engagement can reduce turnover and foster innovation and productivity.
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