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Principle number 12: If you are wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically

Principle number 12: If you are wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically

  “When we are right, it’s better to try to win people gently and tactfully to our way of thinking and when we are wrong – and this happens surprisingly often, if we are honest with ourselves – to admit mistakes immediately and enthusiastically. This technique will not only produce amazing results, but it is...
Principle No. 11: Show respect for the other's opinion. Never say "No, you are wrong"

Principle No. 11: Show respect for the other’s opinion. Never say “No, you are wrong”

“You’ll never have trouble if you recognize that you can be wrong. This attitude will end all disputes and inspire your opponent to be as fair, honest and as open minded as you. It will determine him to want to admit that he, in turn, can be wrong. “   Telling people they are wrong...
Make the other person feel important and do it sincerely

Make the other person feel important and do it sincerely

“There is an absolutely important law relating to human conduct. If we obey to that law, we will hardly have problems: Make always the other person feel important.”   The desire to be important is the deepest need of human nature  and this is manifested in all the relationships we establish with the rest, both professional...
Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves

Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves

  The ability to actively listen is always the best way to make others feel important and show them that you are interested in their person.     We all like to talk about our concerns, ideas or projects and we want others to be as interested as we  in what we say. Most times,...
Principle number 4 - Become Genuinely Interested in Other People

Principle number 4 – Become Genuinely Interested in Other People

“You can make more friends in two months  by being interested in other people than in two years by trying  to make other people become interested in you.” According to this principle, we can easily notice that the most popular people are those who have developed a sincere interest for those around them. We all...
Principle number 3 – Arouse in the other person an eager want

Principle number 3 – Arouse in the other person an eager want

  This week, our colleagues, Mihai, Daniela, Simona and Marina staged  the principle that advise us to arouse in the other the desire to act.   Through antithesis, our colleagues surprised others reactions when we launch them a challenge or ask them to help us in a project, depending on the way we sell our...
Principle number 2 - Give honest, sincere appreciation

Principle number 2 – Give honest, sincere appreciation

Give sincere appreciation is the second principle which came to life in the “Dale Carnegie’s evening “. With our colleagues help, Radu and Florinel, we attended a play in which this concept applied and in which more or less sincere appreciations were offered.   Through the sketch, our actors brought to our colleagues attention concrete situations...
Principle number 1- Do not criticize, condemn or complain

Principle number 1- Do not criticize, condemn or complain

Dale Carnegie’s first principle, the only one that begins with “No” was brought to life with the help of our colleagues, Bogdan, Simona and Daniela in a sketch. “Do not criticize, condemn or complain” is a difficult principle to apply, but once internalized, it brings many benefits.   Why is it so important to stop...
Every Tuesday, principles come to life in " Dale Carnegie’s evening "

Every Tuesday, principles come to life in ” Dale Carnegie’s evening “

2014 is dedicated to the principles of Dale Carnegie, principles that we want to promote and apply at both professional and personal level. Dale Carnegie’s hall launching was the first step in this direction, but stellar activities that we will run will fulfill the value of this space.   Because we want Dale Carnegie’s principles...
How do we strengthen our relationships with others?

How do we strengthen our relationships with others?

Dale Carnegie, the famous American author of books for personal development, developed 30 principles that are internationally recognized and enforced. Applied consistently, these 30 principles help us to strengthen relationships with others, to gain their cooperation and act like a leader in all undertaken activities. Through the relationships we establish, both professional and personal ones,...
Star Team at the first edition of “Mastering Your Personal Leadership”!

Star Team at the first edition of “Mastering Your Personal Leadership”!

The past weekend was a great one for our team. Always in a constant thirst for evolution, Star Team members have chosen to spend their weekend propelling their performance to the maximum level and thus, bringing value to our company. How did they do that? By participating – with great enthusiasm – at the first...