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Carnegie Coach - Dale Carnegie Principles for Leadership, Coaching, Engagement, Productivity, and Sales

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PLEASE NOTE: As of April, 2016, Carnegie Coach is no longer in production by Dale Carnegie. All past episodes are freely available here in the archive. For current podcast episodes from host Dave Stachowiak, subscribe to his Coaching for Leaders show, a top-rated careers podcast here on Apple Podcasts and iTunes.

PLEASE NOTE: As of April, 2016, Carnegie Coach is no longer in production by Dale Carnegie. All past episodes are freely available here in the archive. For current podcast episodes from host Dave Stachowiak, subscribe to his Coaching for Leaders show, a top-rated careers podcast here on Apple Podcasts and iTunes.
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PLEASE NOTE: As of April, 2016, Carnegie Coach is no longer in production by Dale Carnegie. All past episodes are freely available here in the archive. For current podcast episodes from host Dave Stachowiak, subscribe to his Coaching for Leaders show, a top-rated careers podcast here on Apple Podcasts and iTunes.

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192: Three Presentations You’ll Always Give

4/22/2016
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The three presentations you’ll always give: The presentation you plan to give The presentation you actually gave The presentation you wish you’ve given Discover more on the distinction between courage and confidence on episode #147. The post 192: Three Presentations You’ll Always Give appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:08:36

191: Five Ways to Tame Technology

4/15/2016
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Five ways to tame technology: Selectively disconnect. When concentration is needed, turn off the phone, close your email program, or move to a quieter place. Determine reasonable times to answer emails and stick to the schedule. Turn off as many notifications as practical. As much as possible, only deal with each message once. Put people before technology. If you are […] The post 191: Five Ways to Tame Technology appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:10:51

190: How to Engage Your Audience, Fast

3/18/2016
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Three ways to engage your audience with a question: Gain information question: How many have been involved with this training before Get participation question: What s one word that describes your experience with the event so far today? Question that creates agreement based on a need: If we could make our billing system easier to use, […] The post 190: How to Engage Your Audience, Fast appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:14:13

189: Six Ways to Control Your Emotions

3/11/2016
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How to control your emotions: 1. Get cerebral. Get a grasp on your thoughts and emotions and draft a note or e-mail saying what is on your mind. Don’t send it. 2. Ask for input. Run the situation by someone impartial and ask for his or her honest point of view. 3. Get physical. Get […] The post 189: Six Ways to Control Your Emotions appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:10:50

188: How to Become a Graduate Coach

2/12/2016
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Dale Carnegie graduate coaches get the benefit of: Coaching and instruction skills Master those skills in many interactions Fulfillment from serving others Visibility in their organizations Want to coach? Two paths forward for this: Attend a class. If you’re already a graduate, visit: carnegiecoach.com/graduatecoach The post 188: How to Become a Graduate Coach appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:07:55

187: How to Get Yourself Organized

1/15/2016
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5 Steps to Get Yourself Organized Know the Destination Template Your Calendar Work From Your Calendar Limit Your Inputs Dedicate One Incoming Bucket Set Regular Reviews The post 187: How to Get Yourself Organized appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:17:44

186: Why Small Talk Pays Off

1/8/2016
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Relational skills are the most important abilities in leadership. -John Maxwell Small talk is often the starting point of a relationship. Just be sure to move beyond it. Download Dale Carnegie’s human relations pyramid The post 186: Why Small Talk Pays Off appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:07:54

185: Are You Excited or Enthusiastic?

1/1/2016
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Dale Carnegie called enthusiasm, The little recognized secret of success. Here’ why it pays to be enthusiastic. The post 185: Are You Excited or Enthusiastic? appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:08:08

184: How to Motivate for Great Performance

12/11/2015
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How to Motivate for Great Performance: Identify Opportunities Picture the Desired Outcome Establish the Right Attitude Provide the Resources Practice & Skill Development Reinforce Progress Reward Discover more in this article: The Key to Better Performance Reviews The post 184: How to Motivate for Great Performance appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:14:40

183: The Best Mindset When the Worst Happens

11/6/2015
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George Cassar, an instructor and performance consultant with Dale Carnegie of Southern Los Angeles, speaks with Dave about how he utilized Dale Carnegie principles to grow his professional relationships and ultimately make a successful (if unexpected) career transition. The post 183: The Best Mindset When the Worst Happens appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:12:29

182: How to Combat Worry During Busy Days

10/31/2015
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Vicki Childs, instructor with Dale Carnegie of Southern Los Angeles, relates how Dale Carnegie s principles of reducing stress to help her combat worry during the busiest of days especially as a working parent. Use the law of averages to outlaw your worries. -Dale Carnegie Ask yourself, What is the worst that can possibly happen? […] The post 182: How to Combat Worry During Busy Days appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:13:23

181: Why Confidence Opens Up Lots of Doors

10/23/2015
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Gary Byron, instructor with Dale Carnegie of Southern Los Angeles, relates how confidence from Dale Carnegie helped guide his career and provides practical wisdom on how we can do the same. The post 181: Why Confidence Opens Up Lots of Doors appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:09:35

180: Influence Without Authority

10/16/2015
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Eric Ruckle, General Manager of Dale Carnegie of Southern Los Angeles, tells us how had handled a complex situation without much formal authority. There actions you can take when you need to influence without authority: Articulate an objective everyone can agree with. Set clear expectations and criteria to reach that objective. Catch people doing things right. The post 180: Influence Without Authority appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:22:22

179: How to Win Hearts and Influence Minds

10/9/2015
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Dan Dwyer (LinkedIn) (Dan Dwyer – Twitter) Coach to Perform Dan is the author of the article, How “Winning Friends and Influencing People” Served Me Better Than “Winning Hearts and Minds” in Iraq. Dan highlighted these principles: Remember that a person s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language. Let […] The post 179: How to Win Hearts and Influence Minds appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:19:29

178: Carnegie Coach 2.0

10/2/2015
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What we’re noticing on the one year anniversary: 1. More and more we re pointing people back to prior episodes. 2. We could be doing a better job of featuring the voices of our customers and course graduates. Enter Carnegie Coach 2.0, the new generation! (Bad Star Trek reference, intentional). Here is what’s new: 1. More […] The post 178: Carnegie Coach 2.0 appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:07:40

177: How to Get Everything in Life You Want

9/11/2015
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Zig Ziglar was influenced by his work at Dale Carnegie — and his advice lines up exactly with Dale Carnegie’s philosophy on human relations: You can have everything in life you want, if you ll just help enough other people get what they want. -Zig Ziglar The post 177: How to Get Everything in Life You Want appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:06:14

176: The Best Way to Approach a Speech

9/10/2015
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The best way to approach a speech is to follow Dale Carnegie’s advice: Consider yourself honored and say so. -Dale Carnegie The post 176: The Best Way to Approach a Speech appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:07:25

175: Help! There’s Nobody Here I Know

9/9/2015
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Mention the names of some of your listeners. -Dale Carnegie The secret of not feeling like there is nobody here I know? Arrive early. The post 175: Help! There’s Nobody Here I Know appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:06:29

174: How to Grab Audience Attention

9/8/2015
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Give your listeners sincere appreciation. -Dale Carnegie Four ways to grab audience attention Accomplishment Media Award Story The post 174: How to Grab Audience Attention appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:08:23

173: Three Ways to a Great Standing Meeting

9/4/2015
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Here s a three step agenda to make the most of a standing meeting for all attendees. Participants should bring: A recent accomplishment A recent lesson learned others may benefit from Where you most need assistance The post 173: Three Ways to a Great Standing Meeting appeared first on Carnegie Coach.

Duration:00:08:47