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Welcome: Dale Carnegie Training
Written by BCCJ
March 5, 2013
We are delighted to welcome Dale Carnegie Training Japan as the newest Entrepreneur member of the BCCJ!
Founded in 1912, Dale Carnegie Training has evolved from one man’s belief in the power of self-improvement to an outcome-based training company with 166 offices in over 80 countries worldwide. The organisation focuses on sharpening skills and improving performance in order to build positive, steady, and profitable results for businesses across the globe.
Dale Carnegie’s original body of knowledge has been constantly updated, expanded and refined through nearly a century’s worth of real-life business experiences. Today, the company’s tagline is: Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm.
Dale Carnegie Training Japan offers programmes that give people the knowledge, skills and practices they need to add value to a business, specializing in:
- Team Member Engagement
- Leadership Development
- Presentation Effectiveness
- Process Improvement
- Sales Effectiveness
Dale Carnegie Training is recognized internationally as the leader in bringing out the best in people. In an ongoing global survey on customer satisfaction, 99% of Dale Carnegie Training graduates express satisfaction with the training they receive.
Dr Greg Story, President of Dale Carnegie Japan says, “People do make a difference – and the genius of Dale Carnegie was working out how to unlock the potential of people, so they could make a difference to the results of their organisations. I used to believe that ‘people don’t change’. After I discovered Dale Carnegie Training I found that wasn’t true. People can and do change, and we see this every week in our training classes. If you want to be better, we are what you need!”
Dr Story is a regular contributor to BCCJ ACUMEN magazine and e-bulletin.
BCCJ members can find more details about this new member in the BCCJ online Membership Directory. Please note that you must be logged into the BCCJ website before being able to view the full content.
Visit the Dale Carnegie Training Japan website: http://japan.dalecarnegie.com/default.aspx