Time Out!

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July 8, 2015
Time Out!

Tweet Can you imagine what it would be like to be personally and professionally ridiculed in public? To be told to your face that you are odd, a little off?   To be the laughing stock of your community? Oh, and even if you happened to succeed, your project/invention would have such little value no...
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Three Ways to Improve Your Level of Employee Engagement

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July 2, 2015
Three Ways to Improve Your Level of Employee Engagement

Tweet A recent Gallup Business Journal article reveals that employees are responsible for their engagement too. According to the Gallup study, 30% of all U.S. employees, and merely 13% of workers worldwide, are engaged in their jobs. There is abundant research revealing that managers have a key role to play in employee engagement, however...
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Disagree Agreeably — Three Ways to Say ‘No’ Nicely

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June 26, 2015
Disagree Agreeably — Three Ways to Say ‘No’ Nicely

Tweet Disagreement is a natural dynamic between people—especially when in a meeting where multiple solutions are proposed by your colleagues. Choosing one solution inevitably results in disagreeing with another team member’s proposal. When left unresolved, disagreements can become problematic as the inherent conflict drains employees’ time, energy, confidence and productivity. The last thing you...
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Time Out!

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June 23, 2015

Tweet A week in Maine…hiking, biking, eating lobster and crab cakes. Life is good! Enjoying friends — six couples...
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Famous Dale Carnegie Graduates and the Principles They Personify

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June 19, 2015

Tweet The world famous Dale Carnegie Course is our flagship program which was developed by our founder, Dale Carnegie....
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Walk the Talk — Three Leadership Principles Worth Following

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June 12, 2015

Tweet Often times during my career when micro—or mismanaged, I would ponder, “How did my boss ever get promoted...
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Three Effective Ways to Reach Generations Y and Z

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June 5, 2015

Tweet Corporations, retailers, and universities have been trying to understand Millennials for years. They were born in the early 1980s...
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