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10 Factors for Employee Engagement and Growth

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August 23, 2014
10 Factors for Employee Engagement and Growth

Leadership is a skill filled with constant change. For North Dakota companies, both large and small, it is all about mating the right people with the right opportunity. It also involves keeping employees motivated and engaged. Action is critical and building connections within the organization is a key ingredient for process improvement and meeting...
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6 Tips for More Effective Employee Management

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August 1, 2014
6 Tips for More Effective Employee Management

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 as the people who make possible your business’ success. In the past, employee management was something of a more rigid experience. These days, successful...
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Employ Effective Verbal and Visual Communications When Presenting

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July 18, 2014
Employ Effective Verbal and Visual Communications When Presenting

Human beings see things differently. Some may gain wisdom or knowledge through verbal means, while others learn more successfully through visual means. However, when someone is communicating an idea or a project with others, their success rate will soar if they employ both the verbal and the visuals when leading meetings and making presentations....
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When You Face a Problem, Solve It Then and There

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July 6, 2014
When You Face a Problem, Solve It Then and There

One of Dale Carnegie’s students, a Mister H.P. Howell, told him that when he was a member of the board of directors of U.S. Steel, the meetings of the board were often long-drawn-out affairs. Many problems were discussed, but few decisions were made. The result: each member of the board had to carry home...
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6 Attributes Found in Successful Organizations

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July 4, 2014
6 Attributes Found in Successful Organizations

Organizations exist everywhere in North Dakota and across the nation and the globe. They are next door and down the street and range from churches to restaurants.  No one can grab a cup of coffee, buy a car, eat lunch, stop at the grocery store, or go to the gym without the retail face...
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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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How to Ramp Up Business Meeting Productivity

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June 11, 2014
How to Ramp Up Business Meeting Productivity

Company meetings are expensive in terms of an aggregate amount of time spent by those in attendance. And let’s face it—for most of us—meetings don’t rank very high on the “fun things to do at work” list. However, since we cannot get rid of meetings altogether, you should look at ways to make them...
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6 Essentials for Leadership & Motivation

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June 5, 2014
6 Essentials for Leadership & Motivation

Dale Carnegie Training is constantly assessing all of the current information available across the internet in reference to leadership and management purpose and style. Just a few of these articles focus on motivation and how to engage employees and grow success. Within our unique training background, the building blocks of opportunity are presented in...
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People Will Judge You by the Speech You Use

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May 25, 2014
People Will Judge You by the Speech You Use

We are judged each day by our speech. Our words reveal our refinements; they tell the discerning listener of the company we have kept; they are the hallmarks of education and culture. Dale Carnegie said that we have only four contacts with the world: We are evaluated and classified by what do, by how...
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9 Traits that Promote Leadership Quality

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May 12, 2014
9 Traits that Promote Leadership Quality

Organizations and leadership need direction to improve and be successful. The strategy is centers on honesty and integrity and doing what is necessary to serve improve the mission and core values. In North Dakota, there is always competition for products and service. Everyone is looking for the uniqueness necessary to be the best. Organizations...
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