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Presentation Effectiveness
Nov 17, 2011 04:34 PM
GAIN THE COMPETITIVE EDGE IN BUSINESS WITH TWO NEW RELEASES FROM DALE CARNEGIE TRAINING® THE 5 ESSENTIAL PEOPLE SKILLS: How to Assert Yourself, Listen to Others, and Resolve Conflicts LEADERSHIP MASTERY: How to Challenge Yourself and Others to Greatness
The Salinas Californian Aug. 1, 2011
Question: This week the department that I work within received a new boss. Management within our company was looking to make some changes, and a new person was hired to run my department. I want to make sure that I get off on the right foot with my new supervisor. What are the best ways to do this?​
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In the new movie "Horrible Bosses," three frustrated employees have bosses so bad that they make a pact to kill them. While that approach might work, there are less extreme methods for dealing with the typical horrible boss.
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The MainStreet july 15, 2011
NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Stay in the real world long enough and you’re bound to get burned out. Longer work-weeks, toxic co-workers, poor managers and bleak prospects for advancing one’s career can be a recipe for a Catch-22, where you long to quit your job, but feel pressured to hold on to it out of fear of becoming unemployed and not being able to make ends meet.
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Workforce Management
There’s a general guideline about budgets: True learning organizations will spend between 3 percent and 6 percent of their payroll on training. Although the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) doesn’t have a formal position on budgets, the Washington, D.C.-based National Association of Manufacturers does—it recently said firms should spend 3 percent of payroll on training.
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The human relations principals Stew Jr. learned from the training provided the foundation by which he runs Stew Leonard's dairy stores. Stew's now has four stores in Connecticut and New York and employs nearly 2,500 people. It is consistently ranked high on Fortune magazine's Best Companies to Work For lists.
Workplace Training Leader Follows up “Secrets of Success” with “Personal Leadership” After claiming the top spot on the iTunes business list a week after its release, Dale Carnegie Training® is back with a follow up to the popular “Secrets to Success” iPhone app with their new “Personal Leadership” application. This pocket size Carnegie Coach is designed to build individual’s confidence by identifying the right leadership skills using situational examples.
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