Presentation Effectiveness

Caring For Kids: A Corporate Lesson in Michigan

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May 11, 2011

Tweet That’s the one fundamental question of the day when it comes to a full-time profession: “What do you do with your kids?” That question evolves to child care — as in, what kind of child care should you provide, or where do you send your child/children for child care? How much will it...
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Latest Skype Hype

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May 10, 2011

Tweet Although email and phone conversations dominate today’s communication methods, there simply is no substitute for face-to-face communication.The instructors at Dale Carnegie Training always say, “Electronic communication is a great way to conduct business, but relationships drive business results.” One of the best breakthrough technologies of the last decade is Skype which was founded...
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Meditation as a Method for Stress Relief

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May 8, 2011

Tweet Clearly medical theory has proven that an age-old practice can actually help cope with stress, particularly on the corporate level. What’s that practice called? Meditation! Believe it or not, the proof is there. Meditation has shown to not only provide a sort of peace of mind for the individual but an actual boost to...
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Conquering the impromptu speech with Dale Carnegie Training

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April 29, 2011

Tweet An article I read this morning got me thinking back to my time spent in the Dale Carnegie Course with Dale Carnegie Training of Southeast Michigan, specifically, the session about impromptu talks. I still remember it vividly to this day, and the lessons I learned still help me in my professional life. But...
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What kind of listener are you?

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April 28, 2011

Tweet We’re all guilty, and we’ve all been victim to one — a bad listener. Sometimes we tune people out, and sometimes we already have our mind made up before we even hear what the other person has to say. There are many different kinds of listeners, and Dale Carnegie Training has identified seven...
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A solid business plan can help you be a better manager

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April 22, 2011

Tweet Everyone’s heard the saying, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” But how does that affect your management? Well, at least one columnist believes that good planning equals good management. I’ve never thought about it quite like that. I know when I make my job-related plans — what I’m doing for...
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Have questions about Dale Carnegie courses? We have answers

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April 13, 2011

Tweet What IS Dale Carnegie Training? What will I learn? What are classes like? If questions about the training have been preventing you from signing up for a course, fear not — we have answers. There’s a lot that goes into a Dale Carnegie Training course in Southeast Michigan, so their website is full...
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Immersion seminar on effective communications coming up

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April 6, 2011

Tweet Can you spare three consecutive Tuesdays in May? Well, you can learn more about the Dale Carnegie principles in an immersion seminar — Effective Communications and Human Relations. What’s usually a 12-week seminar has been compressed into three days, but you’ll still learn all the business skills offered during the course — how...
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Take the Dale Carnegie Course in three action-packed days

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April 1, 2011

Tweet If you live in Southeast Michigan and you’ve been looking for a way to jump-start your personal and professional lives — and be the best person you can be — Dale Carnegie Training of Southeast Michigan has just the thing for you. The world-famous Dale Carnegie Course will be pared down to three,...
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Shy? You can still network effectively

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March 24, 2011

Tweet I’m definitely more of a behind-the-scenes person than someone who’s comfortable on stage. As a perfect example, although I minored in theater, I never had an acting role — all my stage work was for props or as a stage manager. So I was happy to find some tips on the Dale Carnegie...
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