For decades, Dale Carnegie Training has helped create success in every corner of the state of Michigan, across Metro Detroit, and of course across the globe. The Carnegie Principles reflect the excellence millions have found within the classes and sessions that range from leadership to sales and everything in between. Everything in a business or organization happens with some kind of relationship. No person is an island, and goals and objectives only happen effectively in dyads and teams. Relationship is everything. Within every effort, the “must have” focus has to be on strengthening relationships.
Building trust is critical as organizations grow. In fact, no one can grow without it. Within Dale Carnegie Training are the following nine points defined to enhance both communication and mutual effort:
- Don’t criticize, condemn, or complain
- Give honest, sincere appreciation
- Arouse in the other person an eager want
- Become genuinely interested in other people
- Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest sound in any language
- Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves
- Talk in terms of the other person’s interests
- Make the other person feel important and do it sincerely
With these principles in mind, please check out one the following class that focuses on team building and opportunity in and outside the business environment.
Dale Carnegie Course in Effective Speaking and Human Relations for Teens and Adults
This program is the hallmark of personal development training. People from all walks of life have found that they become more productive, focused, and effective, both in their careers and in their personal lives as a result of this world -famous training program.
The class starts in Ann Arbor on Tuesday May 14th.
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