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Employee Engagement Starts With…YOU

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October 17, 2014
Employee Engagement Starts With…YOU

Tweet Rhett Power hits the all important nail on the head. If you’ve ever read a Dale Carnegie book, checked out a blog or attended a course, you might find one main concept that spans all content: we train you on you first. When Carnegie wrote his books and his training courses, the focus...
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Networking: Dale Carnegie Style

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October 8, 2014
Networking: Dale Carnegie Style

Tweet If you’ve heard one thing in your professional career, more than anything else, it’s probably: Network, Network, Network. But, in fact, people rarely explained what that meant and how to effectively network. Hence the events where a bunch of people are milling around, passing out business cards, seeking their own agendas and trying to...
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Despite Life’s Challenges, Be Thankful for What You Have

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August 30, 2014
Despite Life’s Challenges, Be Thankful for What You Have

Tweet Rosemary Crom, who was the daughter of Dale’s second wife, Dorothy Carnegie, put together a booklet called, “Dale Carnegie: as others saw him.” In this booklet is a particular passage penned by Carnegie that recounts his trip to China in 1932. In light of our country’s recent economic struggles, I thought there was...
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Dale Carnegie Offers 4 Valuable Aspects for Professional Improvement

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August 26, 2014
Dale Carnegie Offers 4 Valuable Aspects for Professional Improvement

Tweet Why is Dale Carnegie Training of Southeastern Michigan different from other learning environments? With hundreds of training programs available that are a short internet search away, Dale Carnegie continues to grow with principles that are time –tested and proven over the decades. The most important aspect of the Carnegie Principles is its common...
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4 Important Ingredients for Employee Engagement

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August 16, 2014
4 Important Ingredients for Employee Engagement

Tweet Leadership is a position of both challenge and opportunity. Across Michigan, every single day organizations must put everything together and improve both the talent base and the processes. Now, no one expects perfection in leadership and management and every single business makes mistakes; it is integral to the team to take the risks...
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4 Important Aspects of Growing Employee Success

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August 8, 2014
4 Important Aspects of Growing Employee Success

Tweet As the Millennial Generation grows in business success and careers, each individual seeking a wide variety of opportunity and success; leadership here in Michigan needs to offer excellence in coaching and guidance. Great advice in a timely situation can change someone’s career forever. Regardless of age or experience, we all can recall an...
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4 Beliefs for Integrity and Leadership

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July 25, 2014
4 Beliefs for Integrity and Leadership

Tweet Mr. Dale Carnegie believed in integrity and relationships and he always had a humble way about him to explain how to achieve success in life and business. His rare insights and understanding of people, relationships, and leadership are especially important in 2014 because his message is so aligned with common sense principles. These...
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9 Traits of Excellent Customer Service

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July 25, 2014
9 Traits of Excellent Customer Service

Tweet Having the right corporate culture within your customer service department is essential to the success of your business. Your customer service representatives (CSRs) are the face of your company. They need to be enthusiastic about the product and service you are selling as well as patient and professional. With an engaged customer service...
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Tips for Selecting an Employee Mentor

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July 12, 2014
Tips for Selecting an Employee Mentor

Tweet Your highest performing and most talented employees are obvious assets to your team and organization; however, they tend to get the least amount of attention from management because they need the least amount of help. Turning your efforts toward your top performers can actually improve your overall team—especially if you can develop them...
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5 Carnegie Values to Maximize Opportunity

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July 11, 2014
5 Carnegie Values to Maximize Opportunity

Tweet Motivating organizations is a continuous task for both management and leadership across Southeastern Michigan. In the Metro Detroit area, it just makes economic and business sense to get the most from every employee from suggestions to new ideas. Individuals in the organization who contribute on a daily basis are invaluable to the bottom...
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