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Kim Garst
USA Today - February 23, 2014
We're often told that if we want to get ahead in our careers, we must learn to promote ourselves.
Piera Palazzol
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - February 16, 2014
Battling the elements "is a great opportunity to build a sense of camaraderie and teamwork in the office," said Mrs. Palazzolo. "
Dale Carnegie
Mar 19, 2014 03:05 PM
City Journal February 13, 2014
Self-help Messiah: Dale Carnegie and Success in Modern America, by Steven Watts (Other Press, 592 pp., $29.95)
What was the secret of Abraham Lincoln's success in dealing with people? Incredibly, this is not just a question that a business journalist would ask. Dale Carnegie himself--the legendary author of How to Win Friends and Influence People--asked the exact same question on page 8 of that famous book. Carnegie was in a unique position to know the answer. Four years before How to Win Friends came out, he authored a book called Lincoln the Unknown, which he spent three years working on.
I recently had a long conversation with Peter Handal, the CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, on the subject of giving great presentations. I've read (and written) plenty of posts on this topic, but Handal managed to boil everything down to these five essentials:
CIO — Some of the most crucial interactions with a potential employer occur before you even set foot in their office for a job interview and in the time immediately following your interview. While acing the technical and soft-skills requirements of a job interview are up to you, here are some tips for handling the tricky times before and after that interview.
Feb 21, 2014 08:58 PM
If you want to be a successful entrepreneur, you need to first be a successful leader. After all, motivating and inspiring your team to come in every day and do their best work is arguably the single most important aspect of the job.
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