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Something Was Missing That I Couldn’t Quite Figure Out

May 31, 2016
Something Was Missing That I Couldn’t Quite Figure Out

Tweet By Claire Filliatreau “The person who receives the Highest Award for Achievement is the person that if you saw in a hotel lobby someday, you would just HAVE to go introduce to your boss or your family. This is someone who consistently demonstrates that they are living the Dale Carnegie Principles and someone who...
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Dale Carnegie Graduate: “Inspire people to be inspired”

March 2, 2016
Dale Carnegie Graduate: “Inspire people to be inspired”

Tweet By Mike Moseley, PhD “Class, the person you have selected to receive the Highest Award for Achievement is the person whom you would take with you to talk with your company president. This person represents the virtues of the Dale Carnegie philosophy… professional, personable, articulate, poised, enthusiastic, shows leadership and understands the value...
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5 Key Strategies to Create Efficient, Secure, and Effective Operations

June 3, 2014
5 Key Strategies to Create Efficient, Secure, and Effective Operations

Tweet Executives managing Operations and Technology face a myriad of challenges in creating an efficient, secure, and effective operation that enable the organizations mission success.  Supporting the business with its growth initiatives is paramount while making employees more effective by enabling the use of technologies such as mobile devices and social media.  Executives must...
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The Power of Mr. Carnegie’s Human Relations Principles – One Student’s Journey

October 1, 2013
The Power of Mr. Carnegie’s Human Relations Principles – One Student’s Journey

Tweet By Bryce Hoffman We learned a lot in this week’s Dale Carnegie course, but nothing more important than the first nine of Mr. Carnegie’s Human Relations Principles. As I we went over these principles, I could think of several examples from Ford Motor Company’s turnaround to illustrate them. That was enough to convince...
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The Power of Remembering Names – One Student’s Journey

September 23, 2013
The Power of Remembering Names – One Student’s Journey

Tweet By Bryce Hoffman So, I began my formal Dale Carnegie course last Wednesday. The first day’s instruction focused on the importance of using people’s names and learning how to remember them. Dale Carnegie wrote: ” … a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.” It’s...
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Criticizing, Condemning, and Complaining!

March 8, 2013
Criticizing, Condemning, and Complaining!

Tweet By Julie Cotant For the past 7 years, I have been fortunate enough to teach the Dale Carnegie Human Relations and Communications Course©, started by Dale Carnegie in 1912.  The course boasts famous graduates such as Mary Kay, Dave Thomas (of Wendy’s), Lee Iacocca, Orville Redenbacher, Emeril Lagasse, and is the only diploma...
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If You Don’t Like It Change It

November 8, 2011

Tweet Many times there are jobs or just social functions that you are required to work at or just be with people in a social environment.  Many of the situations or circumstances will rely solely on the location where you are such as Michigan. There are times when you may be required to be...
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The Polyphasic Thinker

October 31, 2011

Tweet Living in Michigan, your mind is pulled in several directions.  An unbalanced budget, lack of educational funds, a raise in the taxes, and trying to keep a job keeps your thoughts racing on a daily basis.  But it isn’t just those external factors that you are juggling. You tend to do the same...
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Find Your Creativity

October 24, 2011

Tweet There are times when you really have to get creative in solving problems.  The solutions are not always clear cut black and white answers.  Sometimes tweaking an old idea to create a new one will solve the problem.  At times, those “new” solutions that you can come up with become inventions that are...
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5 Ways to Inspire Others

October 19, 2011

Tweet Everyone has looked up to someone, or admired something about another person that inspires them.  It is no different here in Michigan.  There are many inspirational people that guide us and inspire to reach our goals. Those people have certain qualities about their characters that enable them to inspire others.  There are steps...
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