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Featured Programs


In a Dale Carnegie Live Online workshop, all participants are expected to speak, chat, answer questions and collaborate.  Through this unique format, Christian leaders can benefit from the same best practices that are improving organizations around the world. 

The courses featured below are open only to Christian leaders, and are facilitated by the Revernd Gordon Grieve, a certified Dale Carnegie instructor.  Read more about Gordon.

“I took my first Dale Carnegie program 25 years ago. I was incredibly impressed by the quality of the material, the facilitation skills of the presenters, and the results I observed in participants. Now, through live online training, Christian leaders can benefit from one of the best training organizations on the planet, integrating and adapting Dale Carnegie’s communication, leadership, and human relations principles to strengthen Christian organizations." -Rev. Gordon Grieve D. Min.

  Rev. Gordon Grieve

Unleash the Power of Mentoring in Your Organization


September 16, 2014
1:00 - 3:00pm ET

A powerful way to engage staff and volunteers, improve performance, and build loyalty is to create a mentoring program. Pairing less experienced leaders with veterans can help keep lines of communication open. It demonstrates an interest in the long-term goals and success of others, identifies opportunities to meet those goals, assists in succession planning, and passes on important values, expertise and experience.
A mentor provides professional advice and support. He or she willingly shares knowledge, experience and often personal and professional network contacts. Successful mentoring can help less experienced individuals navigate away from costly mistakes. For a mentor, the relationship provides an opportunity to gain a fresh perspective and the satisfaction from guiding others to professional success.
After this workshop, you will be able to:
  • Apply the essentials for launching a successful mentoring initiative.
  • Determine a mentoring purpose and what mentee groups your program will serve.
  • Use guidelines to find, prepare, and match mentors to mentees for win-win outcomes.
  • Use a five step process for mentoring conversations to build strong relationships.

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Managing Conflict in Your Organization


October 12, 2014
1:00 - 3:00pm ET


Nothing can destroy productivity, derail projects and make you look bad faster than organizational conflict. Whether it's the kind that smolders just beneath the surface or it's become open warfare, conflict can paralyze your group, and stymie growth. And, unfortunately, the unpleasant task of resolving conflicts falls on your shoulders. But now there's help.
Based on the time-tested principles from the new book How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age, this program prescribes the best approaches for effectively dealing with conflicts, so you can resolve issues while maintaining positive relationships. Learn to diagnose conflict before it intensifies, apply appropriate conflict resolution techniques to specific situations, and remain poised when tension is high.
After this workshop, you will be able to:
  • Diagnose conflict within your organization
  • Analyze your conflict response style
  • Identify anger triggers and remain poised in conflict situations
  • Encourage collaborative problems solving and gain consensus
  • Learn a variety of strategies for managing conflict
  • Use Dale Carnegie’s 12 ways to defuse an argument

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