Presentation Effectiveness

Craft a clear message to inform, engage your audience

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April 25, 2011

Tweet The most common type of business presentation is the presentation to inform. Every week in our careers, perhaps even every day, we listen to presenters give us information ranging from status reports, to procedural guidelines, to policy changes. For many of us, the majority of the presentations that we give fall into this...
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Tips for a successful presentation

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April 25, 2011

Tweet Dale Carnegie once said, “An effective speaker knows that the success or failure of his talk is not for him to decide. It will be decided in the minds and hearts of his hearers.” So with that said, do you know what it takes to earn the respect of your audience? Dale Carnegie...
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Plenty of Dale Carnegie courses coming up

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March 28, 2011

Tweet Looking for a new Dale Carnegie class this spring to help you brush up on your presentation and leadership skills? You’re in luck. Classes are forming for April, May and June in a variety of topics. While many are held in Birmingham, a few are scheduled to take place in Huntsville or even...
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Stress at work — how do you manage?

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March 24, 2011

Tweet The commute, a big presentation, a meeting with the boss, deadlines — we all could probably use a little less stress in the workplace. If you need a few tips, look no further — the Dale Carnegie training website offers plenty to help you if not reduce some stress, help control the stress...
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Learn how to communicate with diplomacy and tact

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March 14, 2011

Tweet These days, it seems like more and more people are turning to webinars to pack a lot of information into a shorter amount of time — and save themselves travel expenses in the process. Dale Carnegie Training of Birmingham wants to offer potential students this same opportunity. Our live web courses can be...
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Entrepreneurs could do well with more capital, less paperwork

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March 10, 2011

Tweet What do you need to start your own business? The two main things that come to mind are a great idea and money. That was part of the message yesterday, when U.S. Small Business Administration deputy administrator Marie Johns visited the area, AL.com reports. They also report: Like other cities, entrepreneurs in Birmingham...
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Free webinar offers High Impact Presentations course from comfort of your desktop

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February 11, 2011

Tweet You may know Dale Carnegie Training for its signature course – which teaches public speaking techniques among many other strategies for success. But managers with public speaking experience who are looking to refine those skills may consider High Impact Presentations, a two-day seminar that takes public speaking to new heights. Participants complete seven...
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Birmingham ranks 13th in national Job Search Difficulty index

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November 30, 2010

Tweet For unemployed workers in Alabama, the job search might not be getting easier any time soon. According to an article in Birmingham Business Journal today, Birmingham is now the 13th most difficult metropolitan city in which to find a job. The ranking comes from Juju.com’s Job Search Difficulty Index. Birmingham, Alabama moved from...
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Sample a Dale Carnegie seminar for free

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October 27, 2010

Tweet Raise your hand if you frequently have to speak in front of a group as part of your job duties. No, seriously, I’ll wait. If you’re raising your hand right now, it means you should check out a free preview session of Dale Carnegie Training of Alabama’s “High Impact Presentations” seminar. Dale Carnegie...
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Bring your presentation skills to next level with Dale Carnegie Training

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September 17, 2010

Tweet Here at Dale Carnegie Training of Birmingham, Alabama, we thrive on the success stories of the clients that participate in our programs. Recently, we had a very bright young man come to us for help during his medical school application process. His background had proven that he was capable and willing to become...
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