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									The Transition from Books to Business
Five Pillars for the Bridge

DALE CARNEGIE  TRAINING

Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed.
And, every morning a lion wakes up. It knows that it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death. It doesn’t matter whether you are a lion or a gazelle... ...when the sun comes up, you’d better be running!
– African Parable

DALE CARNEGIE  TRAINING

Success Factors…

Skills

Attitudes

Knowledge

DALE CARNEGIE  TRAINING

Skills
1. Communication One to One Clear, concise Groups Convincing Active Listening 2. People Skills Building trust Gaining Cooperation Resolving conflicts 3. Attitude Management Stress Management

Attitudes

Knowledge
Concepts & principles DALE CARNEGIE  TRAINING

The Comfort Zone…

B C A

Comfort Zone

DALE CARNEGIE  TRAINING

The “Discomfort Zone”

FEAR
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The “Discomfort Zone” Behaviors

FEAR
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Essential to excel…

B
C A

Comfort Zone

DALE CARNEGIE  TRAINING

Skills
1. Communication One to One Clear, concise Groups Convincing Active Listening 2. People Skills Building trust Gaining Cooperation Resolving conflicts 3. Attitude Management Stress Management

Attitudes
4. Self -Confidence
Self-Direction Others Other-focused Developer Situations Positive Enthusiasm

Knowledge
Concepts & principles DALE CARNEGIE  TRAINING

Skills
1. Communication One to One Clear, concise Groups Convincing Active Listening 2. People Skills Building trust Gaining Cooperation Resolving conflicts 3. Attitude Management Stress Management 5. Leadership Influencing attitudes & behaviors Winning Others Over

Attitudes
4. Self -Confidence
Self-Direction Others Other-focused Developer Situations Positive Enthusiasm

Knowledge
Concepts & principles DALE CARNEGIE  TRAINING

It is not the desire to succeed that insures success… it’s the discipline to prepare yourself for it.

DALE CARNEGIE  TRAINING


								
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