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Four Ways to Conjure Confidence

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August 4, 2016
Four Ways to Conjure Confidence

Tweet Do you wish you felt more confident when speaking one-on-one or to a large group of people? If so, you aren’t alone. According to the Wall Street journal, public speaking is the #1 fear in America. Graduates of the Dale Carnegie Course for Effective Communications and Human Relations Skills for Success report that...
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Four Resume Tips to Land the Job Interview

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July 20, 2016
Four Resume Tips to Land the Job Interview

Tweet Last week week, Gallup reported that U.S. job creation held steady at an eight-year high in June. The Job Creation index score remains at its high of +33. The score represents 44% of employees who say that their employer is hiring employees and expanding the size of its workforce. More good news—Gallup also...
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6 Millennial Motivators: A Guide To What Motivates Millennials At Work

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May 16, 2016
6 Millennial Motivators: A Guide To What Motivates Millennials At Work

Tweet Where there are unmotivated Millennial employees you will find uninspired leaders who lead teams of anxious, job-hop-in-a-heartbeat Millennials. For the leaders eager to spark change and energy into their organizations there are specific Millennial motivators that can be leveraged to ignite Millennial hustle and extend Millennial retention. 1) Innovation 78% of Millennials were...
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Six Steps to Standing Out in Busy People’s Inbox

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March 23, 2016
Six Steps to Standing Out in Busy People’s Inbox

Tweet Regardless of your role and rank within an organization, garnering the attention of busy people can be extremely challenging, especially via email.  Here are six steps to increasing the likelihood that an email recipient will not only open your email, but read your entire message and respond. Start with a simple subject line. ...
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Why Millennials Leave Organizations and 3 Keys to Solve It

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February 18, 2016
Why Millennials Leave Organizations and 3 Keys to Solve It

Tweet The greatest talent challenge currently facing the world’s employers is engaging the Millennial generation. Businesses run the risk of losing a large percentage of their workforces if they do not adjust to nurture loyalty among Millennials. In Deloitte’s recent 2016 Millennial Survey, they collected the views of nearly 7,700 Millennials representing 29 countries...
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Four Ways to Wake Up Like a Warrior

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November 18, 2015
Four Ways to Wake Up Like a Warrior

Tweet Here are four ways to wake up like a warrior so you can maintain peak performance every day of the year. Eat lighter later.  Many people believe eating a large meal will help them relax and fall asleep—the food coma notion, however this simply is not true.  In fact, some studies have concluded...
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Let’s Talk Turkey—Three Profitable Ways to Show Appreciation

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November 13, 2015
Let’s Talk Turkey—Three Profitable Ways to Show Appreciation

Tweet ‘Tis the season to save a bundle from a consumer’s perspective, and sell a ton from a retailer’s perspective.  What is often missed—especially when forcing employees to work on Thanksgiving, is the true spirit of the season. There are umpteen ways to show your gratitude to employees and customers, however these three tips...
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College Graduates Can Learn to Prosper Regardless of Economic Times

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June 8, 2015
College Graduates Can Learn to Prosper Regardless of Economic Times

Tweet A tale of two siblings is the subject of a promising article recently published by the Wall Street Journal.  The article highlights the correlation between the U.S. jobless rate and college graduates’ income the first few years after graduation. Adam and Mackensie Quade are siblings who graduated four years apart.  When Adam graduated...
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Let The Other Person Do Most of the Talking

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July 4, 2013
Let The Other Person Do Most of the Talking

Tweet Dale Carnegie knew that most people, when trying to win others to their way of thinking,do too much talking themselves. Sales persons, especially, are guilty of this costly error. Let the other person talk him or herself out. He or she knows more about their business and their problems than you do. So...
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My First Dale Carnegie Graduation

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June 25, 2013
My First Dale Carnegie Graduation

Tweet Hey guys! So this is week 9 of my Dale Carnegie Journey, and I have been learning so much thus far. From rolling around on the floor doing movement exercises, to tears sharing passionate talks, The Dale Carnegie Course has been such an expedition; filled with love, encouragement and my favorite thing of all…...
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