Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – August 5, 2017
This is a wonderful program that changes peoples lives. I was happy to enroll people into the programs, but found it was not my forte. I liked what was being taught because I saw first hand how it improved the quality of peoples lives, but was uncomfortable the way we found clients. I'm not a sales person, and disliked knocking on doors.
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 27, 2017
• Oversaw the day-to-operations of the largest Dale Carnegie Training franchise in the Southeast. • Primary responsibilities were accounting related, including establishing correct accounting procedures in accordance with GAAP, forensically reconstructed the accounts for 2005, 2006 and 2007. • Established a daily net cash status system that uncovered a $270,000 variance between the actual and stated position
. DCD Training GmbH (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 3, 2017
Good environment & training very safe The challenge of that, is that growth means lots of people are new, and lots of things don't have a clear process yet, and we're being a bit messy and scrambling. But that's part of the fun, if you look at it the right way
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – January 7, 2017
Everyone at Dale Carnegie training is positive and encouraging. All the employees have taken the training programs and work to transform lives by teaching necessary skills in leadership and communication.
Great for its customers and not as much for its employees
Area Manager & Sales Operations Trainer (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – November 12, 2016
Manage a region of sales managers that find, maintain, and close business through executive level communications. Learned more than I could ever have dreamed to on top of what I already have learned that is invaluable in moving forward. Management is lacking in its leadership and ability to see the big picture in moving forward and lacks the skills we implement for organizations around us on a daily basis. Great co-workers but a high turnover.
There is an intentional effort to apply the 30 Dale Carnegie principles.
Training Consultant (Current Employee) – Lexington-Fayette, KY – June 7, 2016
Employees work as a team and work hard to intentionally apply the 30 Dale Carnegie principles that drives the training and transform lives and companies. It is a great environment that supports and encourages.
Dale Carnegie - Leadership and Communications Mentor
Dale Carnegie Mentor - Relevant Academy (Former Employee) – Charlotte, MI – July 8, 2015
My job was to mentor 6 different students. My job was to push the students and bring them out of there comfort zones to show them how to better communicate and how to be leaders. I would check in with each student individually to see how they were doing in the class, what i could do to help them be successful in the class, and if they needed anything from me (i.e encouragement etc.)
I learned how to communicate with others and lead others. I learned that i really love working with people, as a leader.
Executive Director (Current Employee) – West Allis, WI – January 29, 2015
People are great and the training is the best you could ever receive. I was hired for telemarketing and customer service and was pushed into Sales where I didn't feel comfortable, plus longer hours expected, which was hard due to family obligations. It is a great experience though the classes are life changing.
Late hour demands and schedule and position changes too often
Managing Director- South Dakota (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – May 27, 2014
This job requires that I work from home. While that is a nice benefit it also comes with its challenges. It is easy to feel isolated from the company when you are working on your own. I am looking for an opportunity to become part of a close knit team.
Administrative Assistant, Internship (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 3, 2014
I have been given a great opportunity to study and work with some wonderful co-workers as a intern. I learned a lot about the company and how it is runned. I learned how not to disagree and follow with a yes. I learned that to listen and understand what that person is saying.
I learned about the different departments within the company and how they compliment each other by helping one another when need.
I found that the hardest part of the job was finding other jobs to do after I finished my assignments.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the easy atmosphere that I had the to work.
Being a part of the team even through I was an Intern.
Enjoyable work enviroment, challegeing work ethics
Administrator, Internship (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 21, 2014
Typical day is walking through the door ready to work. Puting tags and tents together for clients classes and helping prepare the rooms. Your manager having confidence in the knowlegde that you know what to do and leaving you in charge to get it done. The hardest part of the job is not wanting to stop working and the most enjoyable part of the job is the co-workers that great you as if you are part of the team.
The scholarship, timing your lunch hour to fit your needs.