Posts Tagged ‘ Dale Carnegie New Jersey ’

Employee Engagement Starts With…YOU

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October 16, 2014
Employee Engagement Starts With…YOU

Tweet Rhett Power hits the all important nail on the head. If you’ve ever read a Dale Carnegie book, checked out a blog or attended a course, you might find one main concept that spans all content: we train you on you first. When Carnegie wrote his books and his training courses, the focus...
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Networking: Dale Carnegie Style

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October 8, 2014
Networking: Dale Carnegie Style

Tweet If you’ve heard one thing in your professional career, more than anything else, it’s probably: Network, Network, Network. But, in fact, people rarely explained what that meant and how to effectively network. Hence the events where a bunch of people are milling around, passing out business cards, seeking their own agendas and trying...
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Ready to increase your employment value?

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October 1, 2014
Ready to increase your employment value?

Tweet I’m fairly certain no one wakes up one morning and says, “I want to be the worst employee at my place of business today” or grows up to have a dream to “Find a place of employment where I can really decrease productivity and bring the team down.” People inherently want to succeed;...
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12 Points for Effective Meetings

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September 25, 2014
12 Points for Effective Meetings

Tweet At times we all wish we could see a bumper sticker on the back of a car that reads, “Meetings Happen!” because it is inevitable that some time during the week, we will be sitting in a meeting of some sort. Picture this for a moment; it is a great morning and you are...
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6 Tips for Better Employee 
Management

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September 14, 2014
6 Tips for Better Employee 
Management

Tweet Employee management is, for all intents and purposes, the day-to-day engagement of employer-employee relationships on a professional, work-related level. To manage your employees well, you need to think of them less as the physical incarnation of their job roles and more as the people who make your business’ success possible. In the past,...
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Managing Stress and Goal Setting

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September 5, 2014
Managing Stress and Goal Setting

Tweet Goal setting is a worthwhile and necessary function on the road to success. But over-striving to meet goals often results in more stress, and thus, the need to find ways to reduce it. When attempting to reduce goal-oriented stress, your friends at Dale Carnegie Training of Central & Southern New Jersey recommends first...
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5 Critical Factors for Professional Listening

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September 4, 2014
5 Critical Factors for Professional Listening

Tweet Are listening and speaking equal skills for the leadership in organizations across New Jersey? It is a great question for both managers and employees to think about. Most professionals learn to talk very early in life and continue that trend through their careers. Talking is easy for many of us. Although many leaders...
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7 Reasons to Engage Small Business Employees

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August 22, 2014
7 Reasons to Engage Small Business Employees

Tweet Small businesses here in New Jersey enjoy a number of advantages over their “big box” competitors. Clients often find that small businesses offer important one-on-one relationships and small businesses today can often change on a dime and make adjustments quickly and effectively when process improvement is needed. However, as flexible and nimble as...
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Developing Public Speaking Courage and Self-Confidence

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August 22, 2014
Developing Public Speaking Courage and Self-Confidence

Tweet Since 1912, more than five hundred thousand men and women have been members of Dale Carnegie’s public speaking course. Many of them have written statements telling why they enrolled for this training and what they hoped to obtain from it. While the phraseology varied, the central desire in these letters—the basic “want” from...
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Make the Fault Seem Easy to Correct

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August 9, 2014
Make the Fault Seem Easy to Correct

Tweet A bachelor friend of Dale Carnegie, about forty years old, became engaged, and his fiancée persuaded him to take some dancing lessons. “The Lord knows I needed dancing lessons,” confessed the friend, “for I danced just as I did when I first started twenty years ago. The first teacher I engaged probably told...
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