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THE Leadership Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo Japan

Aug 29, 2013

Dale Carnegie Training Japan:

“Hey, it’s a jungle out there”. A brilliant meeting followed by a woeful meeting; the emotional roller-coaster world of sales.
You’re up and down within minutes, depending on the client’s interest and reaction. You’re always too early or too late...

Aug 22, 2013

Dale Carnegie Training Japan:

Success is usually thought to be built on a combination of personal attributes such as intelligence, technical knowledge, street smarts, hard won experience (built on failures from pushing too hard), guts and tenacity.  Our varsity halls offer a vast array of...

Aug 15, 2013

Dale Carnegie Training Japan:

Corporate learning isn’t working. Heroically, time and treasure are being spent by company leaders to improve staff performance. Inherent in that goal is that we as recipients learn something new or re-learn what we supposedly should know already. Talking...

Aug 8, 2013

Dale Carnegie Training Japan:
 "I don’t understand!".
Well in Nippon, particularly, what a pandora’s box or treasure trove that statement is, depending on your point of view. Employees who respond in this way may have a number of subterranean issues bubbling away. As managers, our...

Aug 1, 2013

Dale Carnegie Training Japan:

Often, the issue is the structure of the service model. Employ the cheapest hourly labour, provide the barest minimums of training, have non-professional management and count the money. In the case of Japan, they can also exploit high levels of...