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Summarize Your Points Even in a Short Speech

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June 20, 2014
Summarize Your Points Even in a Short Speech

Even in a short talk of three to five minutes a speaker is very apt to cover so much ground that at the close the listeners are a little hazy about all his main points. However, few speakers realize that. They are misled into assuming that because these points are crystal clear in their...
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Success is a Team Sport

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April 11, 2014
Success is a Team Sport

Engaged work teams support every aspect of organizational goals and objectives. This is true here in North Dakota and across the country. It is through the power of many talents that creates success in business. No person is an island and support and help creates opportunity and the completion of tasks and assignments. The...
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3 Strategies to Increase & Engage Employees

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January 10, 2014
3 Strategies to Increase & Engage Employees

Engaging and involving every employee across the organization is a sound strategy in 2014. The heavy snows,  combined with the appearance of the recent Polar Vortex, has challenged North Dakota businesses even more than usual this time of year; although this area is a sturdy one for weather. Seasons aside, Dale Carnegie Training believes...
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3 Strategies to Manage Employee Engagement

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October 11, 2013
3 Strategies to Manage Employee Engagement

Leadership is a very valuable skill, and a tough one at that. In every company here in North Dakota, relationship building and success truly go together. This year, as it draws to a close, has been a very interesting one. From a still murky national economy to our current government shutdown, this has been...
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How IBM’s BANT Formula can Help Everyone in Business

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September 20, 2013
How IBM’s BANT Formula can Help Everyone in Business

No matter what you 
are selling—whether it is a project to an internal stakeholder or a new prospect—you first need to determine your probability of closing. If not, you can waste countless hours talking with people that have a low probability of approving your proposal or project. Originally developed by IBM, the BANT formula...
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5 Tips For Creating a
Stronger Leadership Image

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August 16, 2013
5 Tips For Creating a
Stronger Leadership Image

Being a strong leader is a combination of a number of things. For some, it is a natural gift—a magnetism that makes them an effective leader. For others, leadership is a quality built up over time, constructed and refined and practiced until it gains effective gravity. The first thing someone notices about us is...
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Networking with Prospects and Professionals

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August 3, 2013
Networking with Prospects and Professionals

Independent freelancers often fall into the trap of secluding themselves from networking with other professionals and potential clients. It’s easy to do when work is plentiful. After all, we can just keep humming away on our projects and simply finish one and move onto the next with little or no interaction with others. But...
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7 Ingredients to Successful Sales Leadership

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June 7, 2013
7 Ingredients to Successful Sales Leadership

In this economy it is no longer rare for sales professionals to change jobs and even careers; back when pensions and years of service were conduits to retirement, we all know that this is no longer the case. Career and job transitions are very important parts of today’s professional. . When changes like these...
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Ignite Workplace Enthusiasm with New Carnegie Session!

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May 16, 2013
Ignite Workplace Enthusiasm with New Carnegie Session!

Being an effective leader is the one constant every manager needs to grow and prosper within this competitive North Dakota economy. It does take due diligence. Paying great attention to employees and involving everyone in the internal processes like decision making and problem solving are never easy. But indeed they are great strategies. The...
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Tips for Overcoming Fear of a Presentation

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March 11, 2013
Tips for Overcoming Fear of a Presentation

Enthusiasm and knowledge are two integral aspects of a successful business presentation; however, a fear of public speaking often plays upon the nerves of many business professionals. What’s interesting, however, is research has shown that most audiences cannot determine whether a speaker is nervous during a business presentation. Use this to your advantage by...
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