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THE Leadership Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo Japan

Oct 29, 2014

Presentation Effectiveness For All


We are such a judgmental lot aren’t we!  We form opinions about people within seconds of seeing them, often even before we hear them speak.  We judge their dress, their body language, their style without knowing anything about them as a person.  We...

Oct 22, 2014

Dealing with Your Own Mistakes


We want people to fail!  That’s right, because we all know that we are the product today of all of our accumulated failures.  We have learnt what works and does not work by trying something, failing and then adjusting the way we do things. 


American Basketball Coach John Wooden once...

Oct 15, 2014

Dale Carnegie Training Japan:

It's inevitable - at some point disagreements are going to come up in the workplace. Power struggles, political plays, sectionalism, siloism – the list goes on regarding sources of organizational conflict.  As we all know, disagreements can get...

Oct 8, 2014

Dale Carnegie Training Japan:

In the war for talent, high potential employees are one of any organisation's most valuable resources. They have what it takes to succeed, tackle difficult projects, and eventually function as a leader within your organisation. However, if they are...

Oct 1, 2014

Dale Carnegie Training Japan:

Society approves titles and status, especially in Japan.  We rise through the ranks and following the Peter Principle, we peak at our upper level of incompetence.  On the way up, we pick up titles and accrue status, respect and credence amplified...