Dale Carnegie Course

YOUR PATH TO PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS

Executive Education is excited to partner with Dale Carnegie® in offering the world renouned Dale Carengie Course. This training has been completed by OVER 8 Million people worldwide and provides the knowledge and skills necessary to bring improved performance and engagement to your organization. This nine-week program will connect proven solutions with real-world challenges and enable students to boost their engagement levels in all aspects of life. Dale Carnegie Training is recognized internationally as the leader in bringing out the best in people.

Spring 2018 Class Schedule & Registration Information

Dates: March 7 - May 2, 2018 (Wednesdays)

Times: 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. 

Tuition: $2,195.00

Location: University of Dallas Campus – 1845 E. Northgate Drive, Irving, TX 75062

Classroom: SB Hall – Serafy Special Events Room #134

Attire: Business casual.

To register online click here.

Registration Deadline: By 4:00 p.m., February 21, 2018.

Seats are limited.  Enrollment is on first-come, first-served basis.

To download an executive flyer, click here.

Still have questions? Contact Us.

For queries, please contact either of the following:

Jennifer Howard: 972-721-5299 or email: jlhoward@udallas.edu

Course Format

A 9-week in-person class that meets on Wednesdays from 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. at the University of Dallas Irving Campus. You'll learn to strengthen interpersonal relationships, manage stress, and handle fast-changing workplace conditions. You'll be better equipped to perform as a persuasive communicator, problem-solver and focused leader. And you'll develop a take-charge attitude initiated with confidence and enthusiasm.

 Who should attend?

This program is specially designed for employees at all levels who seek to maximize their performance, become strong leaders, and add more value to their organizations. 

Learning Objectives

This course will teach participants the following:

  1. Build a foundation for success
  2. Recall and use names
  3. Build on memory skills & enhance relationships
  4. Increase self-confidence
  5. Put stress in perspective
  6. Enhance relationships & motivate others
  7. Clearly present ideas
  8. Energize communication
  9. Disagree agreeably
  10. Gain willing cooperation and influence others
  11. Manage stress Develop more flexibility
  12. Demonstrate leadership
  13. Celebrate achievements & renew your vision

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