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Dale Carnegie Training Announces Joseph K. Hart, Jr. as New President and CEO

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August 20, 2015
Dale Carnegie Training Announces Joseph K. Hart, Jr. as New President and CEO

Tweet Dale Carnegie Training, the worldwide leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training, and employee engagement, recently announced that Joseph “Joe” K. Hart, Jr. is its new President and CEO. Hart is a graduate of the Dale Carnegie course which he took 20 years ago. Today, he attributes much of his success in business to the training...
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Northern Michigan Items of Interest

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July 18, 2012
Northern Michigan Items of Interest

Tweet Here are some interesting stories in the news that should be of interest to forward-thinking residents of Northern Michigan from your friends at Dale Carnegie Training of Mid & Northern Michigan… Goodwill of Upper Michigan receives grant for job training SAULT ST. MARIE, MICH. — Goodwill Industries of Upper Michigan received a contribution...
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Dale Carnegie to be Featured on CBS Sunday Morning

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January 11, 2012
Dale Carnegie to be Featured on CBS Sunday Morning

Tweet Dale Carnegie to be Featured on CBS Sunday Morning See an interview with Carnegie CEO, Peter Handal CBS Sunday Morning airs every weekend from 9am – 10:30am. This Emmy-winning program has been a fixture on CBS since 1979 and provides weekly news features on a myriad of subjects including public affairs issues and...
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Dale Carnegie Tips for Meeting New People

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November 21, 2011
Dale Carnegie Tips for Meeting New People

Tweet Dale Carnegie literally wrote the book on networking in 1936 when he published, “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” This legendary book demystified the process of making friends out of strangers and inspired legions of business coaches to carry on Carnegie’s message. Peter Handal, the chairman, CEO and president of Dale Carnegie...
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Is Technology Turning Children Anti-Social?

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October 28, 2011
Is Technology Turning Children Anti-Social?

Tweet An interesting article found on UpNorthLive.com written by Kate Fox, a Multi-Media Journalist for 7 & 4 News, talks about whether today’s technology is making kids anti-social. The rationale is with the proliferation of social media, texting, cell phones and computers, neuro scientists and social scientists are worried that it may alter a...
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Preparation and Planning

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September 19, 2011
Preparation and Planning

Tweet It’s understandable that sometimes the best-made plans do not work out as expected.  The point is that there is a plan in the first place.  In Northern Michigan, winters can hit hard.  Are you prepared? In material items, it’s necessary to prepare your home for cold, harsh weather, make sure you have a...
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Endurance Training for the Mind, Body, and Soul

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August 5, 2011
Endurance Training for the Mind, Body, and Soul

Tweet Looking for an opportunity to strengthen your body AND your mind?  Consider training for an endurance athletic event. Central and Northern Michigan is home to hundreds of outstanding running, biking, and swimming events each year.  From Flint to Petoskey, events are offered for various ages and fitness levels, all held along the backdrop...
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Are You Dale Carnegie’s Biggest Fan?

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August 1, 2011
Are You Dale Carnegie’s Biggest Fan?

Tweet Calling all Dale Carnegie fans! Dale Carnegie local franchisees have announced their search for Dale Carnegie’s Biggest Fan. The winner of the contest will receive an iPad2! It’s easy to enter: Determine how Dale Carnegie has most impacted you or your company. Chances are the benefits you received from taking your Dale Carnegie...
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Stand Out from the Rest!

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July 27, 2011
Stand Out from the Rest!

Tweet Whether you’re newly graduated college student now entering the work force or you’re looking to find another job or change career paths, one thing is for sure, getting the first job interview is a tough task.  What’s even tougher is finding ways to stand out among the other candidates.  After a while, resumes...
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Michigan’s Heat Wave Brings Change and Challenges

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July 19, 2011
Michigan’s Heat Wave Brings Change and Challenges

Tweet Like much of the south and Midwest parts of the country, Michigan is being slammed by excessive heat. Temperatures have reached 96 degrees in the Detroit area and 95 in Ironwood in the Upper Peninsula and Monroe in the state’s southeast corner. By Thursday of this week it’s predicted the temperature will climb...
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