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Breakthrough to Become One of New Jersey’s Best in Business

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March 22, 2016
Breakthrough to Become One of New Jersey’s Best in Business

Tweet On Monday, 50 of New Jersey’s most dynamic and successful females were honored at the NJBIZ 11th annual Best 50 Women in Business awards program at the Palace at Somerset Park.  Each year, a team at NJBIZ searches far and wide from a diverse pool of nominees to uncover New Jersey’s most successful women in...
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Dale Carnegie Training Announces Joseph K. Hart, Jr. as New President and CEO

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August 20, 2015
Dale Carnegie Training Announces Joseph K. Hart, Jr. as New President and CEO

Tweet Dale Carnegie Training, the worldwide leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training, and employee engagement, recently announced that Joseph “Joe” K. Hart, Jr. is its new President and CEO. Hart is a graduate of the Dale Carnegie course which he took 20 years ago. Today, he attributes much of his success in business to the training...
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Business Briefs for Central and Southern New jersey

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July 16, 2012
Business Briefs for Central and Southern New jersey

Tweet Growth and networking are the business highlights of Central and Southern New Jersey. Here are some news briefs. The Toms River Ocean County Chamber of Commerce will hold a business after hours networking event from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Pine Belt Nissan, 229 Route 37, Toms River. The event is free...
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New Jersey Headlines – Princeton Shopping Center to Be Sold, Jersey Shore Summer Beach Guide & Much More

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May 17, 2012

Tweet The folks at Dale Carnegie Training of Central & Southern New Jersey bring to you some of the latest local newsworthy stories for your review and perusal. Enjoy! Princeton Shopping Center is Being Sold. The owners of the Princeton Shopping Center are in the process of selling the 62-year-old property with an expected...
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New Jersey News – No Best Buy Stores to Close in New Jersey & More Headlines

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April 16, 2012

Tweet No Best Buy Stores to Close in New Jersey Best Buy announced that of the 42 stores that they will be closing, all New Jersey store locations are safe.  The Minnesota-based company announced back on March 29th that it would have to close 50 of its United States big box stores and lay...
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Don’t Throw Away Those Business Cards Just Yet!

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April 5, 2012

Tweet I read an article recently about the coming demise of perhaps the most utilized marketing tool of all time—the business card. The rationale—according to new age “techies”—is that business cards will be replaced by “bumping” smart phones for an exchange of information. That is, using the iPhone application “Bump” in a kind of...
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Keep Valentine’s Day Appropriate in the Office

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February 14, 2012

Tweet As schoolchildren most of us looked forward to swapping Valentines with classmates. We all did it, working diligently from lists of classmates so no one was forgotten and it was safe to give your secret crush a Valentine’s Day card without letting the secret out of the bag. But the office is not...
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Be Thankful for All You Have This Thanksgiving

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November 17, 2011

Tweet A week from today, November 24, we celebrate Thanksgiving here in the U.S. But November 24 this year also marks another milestone—the 123rd anniversary of Dale Carnegie’s birth. Giving thanks for what he had in life formed the basis for virtually all of Dale Carnegie’s life principles. In a rare book entitled, “Dale...
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It Is the People Not the Things

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October 27, 2011

Tweet Every time a disaster strikes New Jersey, people look around them and take note of all of the things that they have lost.  For example, the recent flooding took away many homes, destroyed personal artifacts that are beyond priceless, and in some cases even cost someone their life. The sadness and the strife...
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5 Resume Tips to Help Get You Noticed

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October 4, 2011

Tweet In today’s economy, finding a job is harder than ever.  Hundreds of people are submitting their resumes for the same position and for the person trying to decipher which resumes make the initial cut, all of the resumes that come in may start to look the same and it gets harder to find...
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