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With Dale Carnegie, you’re in business for yourself but not by yourself

If you are considering buying a franchise, think about the level of support you’ll need to launch and manage your business. Franchises vary widely in the amount of help they provide for franchise

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Are you right for franchising?

While there are many great reasons to buy a franchise instead of starting an independent business, not everyone is cut out to be a franchisee. With most franchises, you purchase the entire system

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Study Identifies Ways to Engage and Retain Employees

In the current U.S. labor market, workers have the upper hand. With an average of 1.7 job openings per unemployed worker in August 2022, unhappy employees who want to switch jobs have plenty of choices.

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Franchise ownership is a great option for entrepreneurs

Many people dream of entrepreneurship, but building a business from scratch can be intimidating. Purchasing a franchise can take the guesswork out of starting a business. A franchise allows you to buy

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For these multi-unit franchise partners, Dale Carnegie is a family legacy

Doug Escher is the Chairman and Herb Escher is the CEO of Dale Carnegie Rochester, Buffalo and Boston. We sat down with the father and son team to learn about their experience as franchise partners. Several

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Dale Carnegie’s Unlimited subscription benefits both customers and franchise partners

Aaron Kent, Dale Carnegie’s VP Franchise Performance Excellence, discusses the Dale Carnegie Unlimited training subscription. Can you tell us a little about your background with Dale Carnegie?I

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Critical thinking is an essential workplace skill, research shows

In order for an organization to successfully navigate change and solve problems, its employees must have critical thinking skills, according to research by Dale Carnegie and Associates. Critical

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Meet Multi-Unit Franchisee Tim Gilbreath

We spoke with Tim Gilbreath, the owner of two franchises in South Carolina, about his history with Dale Carnegie and insights on the industry. Could you please tell us a little about your professional

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Organizations are Harmed by Leadership Blind Spots, Study Shows

Leaders’ performance in many organizations is falling short and having a negative effect on job satisfaction and employee engagement, according to a study by Dale Carnegie & Associates. Unfortunately,

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Positive Emotions in the Workplace Drive Employee Engagement

Emotions in the workplace can have a positive or negative impact on employee engagement, according to a study by the Dale Carnegie Research Institute.  “When it comes to their performance,

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