Posts Tagged ‘ Dale Carnegie ’

Cope with Conflict in Five Healthy Steps

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April 20, 2016
Cope with Conflict in Five Healthy Steps

Tweet Do you ever struggle to control your negative emotions when encountering conflict with a co-worker, friend or even your boss?  Often times, people lash out or engage in an unproductive round of sparring which proves fruitless and may even destroy the relationship.  Effectively managing conflict requires emotional intelligence and the following steps to...
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Five Earth Day Activities to Engage Employees

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April 14, 2016
Five Earth Day Activities to Engage Employees

Tweet An estimated 500 million people will participate in various Earth Day activities worldwide, so why not use it as an opportunity to strengthen camaraderie and tap into teamwork?  Several employee studies conclude that morale and employer confidence increase when businesses implement productive green initiatives.  Additionally, in many recent surveys, consumers have stated that...
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Villanova’s Keys to Victory in the NCAA National Championship

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April 6, 2016
Villanova’s Keys to Victory in the NCAA National Championship

Tweet The heat was on in Houston on Monday as Villanova played their very best and beat North Carolina to claim their second national championship in the school’s history.  What does it take to consistently win during a grueling three-week period and be crowned NCAA Tournament champions?  Here are the three keys to Villanova’s...
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New Year Resolution Check-In—4 Psychologist’s Secrets to Success

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March 31, 2016
New Year Resolution Check-In—4 Psychologist’s Secrets to Success

Tweet Are you among half of the Americans which research suggests set New Year’s resolutions each year?  If so, with the first quarter behind us, it’s time to measure success.  Consider how you’ve fared thus far and if you are disappointed in your performance, you’re not alone—only 8% of Americans actually achieve their resolutions. ...
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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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5 Reasons Millennials Aren’t Answering Your Phone Call

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January 14, 2016
5 Reasons Millennials Aren’t Answering Your Phone Call

Tweet Texting has overtaken calling as the most popular mobile function across all generations, with Millennial women using SMS three times more often than calling, according to the mobile research agency RealityMine. Phone calls have been second fiddle to texting since 2007, when Americans sent and received more text messages than phone calls, thanks...
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Top Sales Professionals Traits to Emulate

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June 18, 2015
Top Sales Professionals Traits to Emulate

Tweet Henry Ford famously said, “Nothing happens until someone sells something.” He was referring to the sales engine required to drive sales of Ford’s vehicles, however the same mantra can be said for every product and service.  New research from Steve W. Martin, the founder of Heavy Hitter Sales, reveals what differentiates the heavy...
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Dale Carnegie North Dakota Spotlight On: Katie Munion

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February 19, 2015
Dale Carnegie North Dakota Spotlight On: Katie Munion

Tweet Welcome to our Spotlight Series featuring interviews with instructors, trainers and staff members of Dale Carnegie Training of North Dakota. For the month of February, we interviewed Katie Munion, who has been involved with Dale Carnegie North Dakota for over five years. How long have you been with Dale Carnegie Training? I’ve been...
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6 Tips for Better Employee 
Management

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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

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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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