Posts Tagged ‘ leadership skills ’

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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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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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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Do You Have a Management Mindset?

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August 1, 2014
Do You Have a Management Mindset?

Tweet Before you ask your boss for a managerial level promotion, it’s a good idea to spend some time thinking about whether or not you are management material. The fact that you are an outstanding employee does not mean that you will like being a manager, or that you have the skills necessary to...
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Developing a Sales Success Attitude

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July 18, 2014
Developing a Sales Success Attitude

Tweet Developing and understanding how your attitude relates to your career is a very important first step to increasing your sales success. Once you have an attitude understanding, you can better develop a personal value statement. A personal value statement is absolutely critical to communicating the value you provide to a client. Here are...
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Why Should You Care About Employee Engagement?

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July 6, 2014
Why Should You Care About Employee Engagement?

Tweet Employee engagement is profitable for both your company’s bottom line and the overall work environment. By improving profits and making your workplace more attractive to employees, you can gain a serious advantage over your competition. Employee engagement really pays off—a company with engaged employees saw a 19% increase in operating income. By contrast,...
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Tie Your Topic to the Vital Interests of Your Audience

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June 20, 2014
Tie Your Topic to the Vital Interests of Your Audience

Tweet Dale Carnegie knew that the most effective way to open a presentation or public speech is to go straight to the personal interests of the audience. It is the most assured way to get attention, as we are mightily interested in the things that touch us significantly. In his book, “How to Develop...
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Six Financial Survival Tips for College Graduates

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June 8, 2014
Six Financial Survival Tips for College Graduates

Tweet If you are a recent college graduate, you can be fairly optimistic about your future as you leave campus and head out into the real world. No one ever says life on your own will be easy, but post-graduate financial security can be a reality. These six tips from your friends at Dale...
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9 Ingredients of Employee Engagement

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May 7, 2014
9 Ingredients of Employee Engagement

Tweet The Dale Carnegie Training focus on employee engagement has brought success to hundreds of organizations across the globe as businesses continue to head face a wide variety of challenges into the second quarter. Engagement is a very important leadership challenge here in New Jersey to engage and involve management, supervision, and employees on...
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A Clear Mind Starts With a Clear Desk

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April 27, 2014
A Clear Mind Starts With a Clear Desk

Tweet Roland L. Williams, President of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway, once said, “A person with his desk piled high with papers on various matters will find his work much easier and more accurate if he clears that desk of all but the immediate problem at hand. I call this good housekeeping, and it...
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