Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Winner to Host Dale Carnegie Course

Structuring an action plan for improving leadership skills and helping develop engaged, experienced managers is a task that often gets overlooked in the busy day-to-day bustle of running a small business.

It’s critical, however, that organizations encourage their leaders of today and their managers of tomorrow to keep learning and developing interpersonal sales and management skills that can take teams to the next level.

The Tripp County Office of Development is pleased to welcome Duane Salonen and the Dale Carnegie Leadership Development team back to Winner for a 32-hour course that emphasizes ways we can maximize teamwork, leadership and salesmanship attributes in our leaders of the future.

Participants will learn how to
• eliminate the “us vs. them” attitude and increase trust
• encourage intelligent risk to push the performance envelope
• increase the flow of bottom-up ideas by giving every employee the confidence to contribute
• replace conflict with teamwork
• speed up the change process and make people more open to new ideas
• gain buy-in for a vision of the future and the strategies & tactics to get there

The revolutionary Dale Carnegie Course® approach uses team dynamics and intra-group activities to help people master the capabilities demanded in today’s tough business environment. Graduates are able to perform as persuasive communicators, creative problem solvers and focused leaders. What’s more, people develop a take-charge attitude that allows them to initiate with confidence and enthusiasm.

Don’t pass up this opportunity to invest in your management team and help deliver peak performance.

The course will be held January 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2010 at the Holiday Inn Express in Winner. For more information or to register, contact the Tripp County Office of Development at 842-1551 or email develop@winnersd.org.

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