Many people may not be aware that behind bestselling book How to Win Friends and Influence People written by Dale Carnegie (with over 15 million copies sold worldwide), is over 100 years of professional development training, improving individual and business performance around the world.
Dale Carnegie the man began the world-famous Dale Carnegie Course 1912, where he discovered and developed new techniques that made speakers unafraid to address a public audience. Carnegie had tapped into the average person’s desire to have more self-confidence.
With established offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Dale Carnegie are now expanding into regional NSW, offering programs where teams, organisations and individuals can now learn and apply proven principles and approaches from certified instructors who facilitate engaging, high-energy classes.
Following the success of a launch preview session at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre on June 13th, they’re now offering a complimentary public speaking and presentations 2 hour workshop.
If you’re wanting to learn how you can leverage the power of storytelling to attract and hold attention while delivering key messages, come along to “Storytelling in Business: How to Motivate, Inform and Inspire” – it’s a must do for any business professional and it’s on in Dubbo on Wednesday 31st July, 8am – 10am.
“The workshop is about the use of stories and storytelling as a powerful communications tool,” said certified trainer and National Sales Manager, Brendon Telfer. “It’s also an opportunity to develop and practice the skills to craft and present ideas about your organisation, products, mission that will help you make a memorable impact.”
As Dale Carnegie wrote, “There are always three speeches for every one you actually gave. The one you practiced, the one you gave, and the one you wish you gave.