Businesses across Metro Detroit and around Lower Michigan are gearing up for an upbeat spring season and an exciting second quarter. As we end March, we are seeing signs of opportunity and positive change. It is important to head into the summer with a continued focus on the business mission and a sharpening of the management skills needed to increase success.
It is indeed that blend of skills and knowledge that form the foundation for Dale Carnegie Training and leadership development.
Ask the following three questions:
- Will the training have some kind of ROI?
- Will the training produce the changes the business needs and wants?
- Will the training impact individual performance in a positive way?
In today’s Michigan service economy, training must reflect both value and results. The Principles of Dale Carnegie Training consistently provide the reasons for both funding and growth. There must be a focus on the fit of the facilitator and the preparation.
- The success of the trainees
- The assimilation of the message
- The interaction and support of the content
- The opportunity for growth
Training must be effective. The improvement of skills must focus on results. Carnegie Training is designed to these organizational needs.
Training always means value when Dale Carnegie is involved. Producing quality training is an important and necessary management skill. This skill involves analysis and is the ingredient that separates good from average training.
Efficient learning approaches always increase success and it has a positive effect on both leaders and participants. Linking objectives to process gives the entire team the chance to improve the credibility of both employees and management.
Call us today to see how Dale Carnegie can benefit you.
May all of you enjoy a wonderful Easter and the happiest of Passover Seasons!
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