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When Performance Goals Break Moral Standards

When Performance Goals Break Moral Standards

By on Nov 16, 2017 in Goal Setting, Leadership | 0 comments

I came across this article today outlining how high-pressure expectations can lead to unethical behavior. Study finds high-pressure expectations lead to unethical behavior In our coaching programs, we discuss how we should set goals just outside our grasp but within our reach.  We also discuss the journey to achieve our goals and how that builds our character. But...

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Your Dale Carnegie Instructor – The Overlooked Element

Your Dale Carnegie Instructor – The Overlooked Element

By on Jun 2, 2017 in Communication Skills, Public Speaking | 0 comments

Back when I was starting my second solo program, I received an email from someone requesting to be a Dale Carnegie instructor. He explained that he had done some technical course development in the past. Now, he was looking to branch out from his software background to do something new. I explained to him that the instructor requirements are quite involved. And they...

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Dale Carnegie Course Stockton Graduation

By on Apr 17, 2017 in Goal Setting, Public Speaking, Self Mastery | 0 comments

Graduations are a time of transition. A point in time when mentors, instructors, and coaches can recognize individuals for making a change in their growth. A few weeks ago, I held my first graduation of 2017. Recently, I held my second one in Stockton, CA. Once again, I am in awe of the unstoppable power of the human spirit.  These graduations show that we have the...

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Dale Carnegie Course Modesto Graduation

By on Mar 24, 2017 in Communication Skills | 0 comments

Last week I had the pleasure of performing my first Dale Carnegie Course graduation of 2017. I enjoy program graduations because they signify a transition. Much like the transition between winter and spring, this is a time when participants recognize overlooked skills and abilities, and begin the process of their personal transformation. Over the years, I’ve...

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Stop Losing Money Through Employee Turnover

Stop Losing Money Through Employee Turnover

By on Mar 14, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

In my time as a Dale Carnegie instructor, I’ve seen companies invest in soft skills training for their people. The results from such training is a more stable and engaged workforce. Maintaining a stable workforce through soft skills training makes good business sense. I’ve seen it lead to reduced employee turnover and significant cost savings for employers....

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