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How Employee Engagement Makes the Difference at Sysco

April 11, 2013
How Employee Engagement Makes the Difference at Sysco

Tweet Jerry Hampton knows something about employee engagement. In fact, many would consider him an expert, as he has singlehandedly trained over 2000 men and women to sell -and excel- in the competitive industry of food service. As the Director of Training for SYSCO, a global leader in the selling, marketing, and distributing of...
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Are Creative People More Dishonest?

December 13, 2011

Tweet Are creative people more dishonest?  GASP!  A self-described “creative type,” the hair on the back of my neck stood up straight as I read the thought-provoking title. Recent research from the Harvard Business School yields interesting theory for consideration.  Read the full story here. This post is shared with you by the good folks at Dale Carnegie Training...
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The “Spark” That Ignites Your Fire

November 7, 2011

Tweet What is that magic “spark” that motivates people?  Is it a new job title?  A pay increase?  The answer may surprise you.  Read this thought-provoking research fresh off the press from Harvard Business School. This post is shared with you by the good folks at Dale Carnegie Training of Central & Southern New Jersey. We...
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Leading Others? Read This!

October 21, 2011

Tweet Are you in a position to lead, inspire, and motivate others? Check out these timely tips from our friends at Entrepreneur Magazine.  Get the full story here.  Lead on! This post is shared with you by the good folks at Dale Carnegie Training of Central & Southern New Jersey. We would love to connect...
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Search Engine Secrets

October 11, 2011

Tweet Are your search habits hurting you on-line?  Check out this thought provoking video to learn more. This post is shared with you by the good folks at Dale Carnegie Training of Central & Southern New Jersey. We would love to connect with you on Facebook. 
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Leadership Lessons from Netflix

September 20, 2011

Tweet Changes, changes!  Over the past five years, media giant NETFLIX gobbled up the competition and deemed their major rivals irrelevant. Now as the company makes some radical changes for the future, some might question the leadership style of their CEO.  Read one expert blogger’s take here, from our friends at Fast Company Magazine. This post is shared with you by the good folks...
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Does Social Media Promote “Boorish” Behavior?

September 13, 2011

Tweet Recently, I found myself reading a magazine I don’t often encounter.  The publication is geared for senior citizens (I’m not part of that demographic), yet I was interested in an article that offered social media tips to seniors.  I was intrigued.  What particular perspectives would the author choose to share with this community of...
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Software is Eating the World!

August 22, 2011

Tweet This is a very thought-provoking article about the changing face of business in the United States. Take a look here but caution: you just may end up considering a career change…. This post is brought to you by the good folks at Dale Carnegie Training of Central & Southern New Jersey. We would love to connect with you on Facebook!
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Office Workout Beats the Afternoon Blues

August 19, 2011

Tweet Ever feel a bit sluggish in the late afternoon?  Instead of reaching for the expresso bar or snack machine, try out these office exercises.  They are easy to do at your desk, and offer a healthy boost to your mood AND your energy level.  Watch a short video from Prevention magazine here. This post...
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Nobody Wants a Counterfeit Coin

August 8, 2011

Tweet I noticed a Facebook status today that said “be a first-rate you rather than a second rate somebody else.”  The quote made me smile, and I discovered that the 17-year old who posted this status had no idea that Dale Carnegie offered the same sage advice many years ago. In his book How...
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