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“Born Leader”? Think Again!

November 27, 2014
“Born Leader”? Think Again!

Tweet At Dale Carnegie, we believe that by working hard on personal and professional development, you can be taught how to be a good leader. Leadership is about how to connect, communicate and collaborate with the people around you. These are skills, and while they may come easier to one person over another, skills,...
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R-E-S-P-E-C-T – Find Out What It Means…

November 20, 2014
R-E-S-P-E-C-T – Find Out What It Means…

Tweet We’ve all heard the Aretha Franklin song about Respect – and quite frankly, the respect she’s looking for is something we all desire. Hence why the song lives on through the decades. Respect is an issue that can build up or tear down relationships, friendships, and even businesses. Often on the heels of...
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You’re only as strong as your biggest weakness

November 14, 2014
You’re only as strong as your biggest weakness

Tweet Being a leader is about exemplifying the values and activities that inspire and encourage others to action.  At Dale Carnegie, we are based on the truth of one man’s belief in the power of self-improvement. One of the best ways to promote and encourage self-improvement is to face your biggest weaknesses. In the...
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5 Quick Morning Tasks For Efficient Living

November 7, 2014
5 Quick Morning Tasks For Efficient Living

Tweet We talk a lot about how to be successful, be a good leader and make a change in the world and in your future. Dale Carnegie has left many wise messages on how to communicate, how to relate to people and how to create good habits. So with that in mind, it’s always intriguing to...
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Working Less to Produce Better Results?

October 31, 2014
Working Less to Produce Better Results?

Tweet You’ve probably heard, “The key to success is not hard working but smart working.” Many of us (if we’re honest) find ourselves busy, but not necessarily more successful. Cammi Pham’s article on Business Insider highlights several key qualities that are keeping you from success. Most notably, napping, saying “No,” and asking for help! So what does...
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Employee Engagement Starts With…YOU

October 22, 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

October 17, 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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Ready to increase your employment value?

October 8, 2014
Ready to increase your employment value?

Tweet I’m fairly certain no one wakes up one morning and says, “I want to be the worst employee at my place of business today.” Or grows up to have a dream to “ find a place of employment where I can really decrease productivity and bring the team down.” People inherently want to...
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6 Tips for Better Employee 
Management

September 19, 2014
6 Tips for Better Employee 
Management

Tweet Employee management is, for all intents and purposes, the day-to-day engagement of employer-employee relationships on a professional, work-related level. To manage your employees well, you need to think of them less as the physical incarnation of their job roles and more as the people who make your business’ success possible. In the past,...
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Managing Stress and Goal Setting

September 12, 2014
Managing Stress and Goal Setting

Tweet Goal setting is a worthwhile and necessary function on the road to success. But over-striving to meet goals often results in more stress, and thus, the need to find ways to reduce it. When attempting to reduce goal-oriented stress, your friends at Dale Carnegie Training of North Dakota recommends first examining the goals you’ve set...
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