Dale Carnegie Seminars presenting “Stress Management Workshop”

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					5988 Mid Rivers Mall Drive • Suite 100                                               St. Charles, Missouri 63304
636.441.6880 • FAX: 636.441.6881                                                   www.edcstcharlescounty.com

For Immediate Release – May 15, 2006

For More Information:

Greg Prestemon, President & CEO
Scott J. Drachnik, VP Business Development & Marketing

Next Alliance Training Thursday, May 25
Dale Carnegie Seminars presenting “Stress Management Workshop”

        ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO --- A “Stress Management Workshop” will be presented by Dale
Carnegie Seminars at the next Alliance training program offered by the Economic Development Center
(EDC) of St. Charles County on Thursday, May 25 at St. Peters City Centre.
        This four-hour workshop will begin at 7:30 a.m. and is part of 16 professional training seminars
scheduled for 2006. The speaker will be Jonathan Jones, a certified leadership instructor for Dale
Carnegie Training – St. Louis and an independent management consultant.
        Alliance members may attend the four-hour May 25 event for free. The general public is also
welcome and admission is $125. Advance registration is required and going on now. Continuing
education credit will be awarded to participants. Full breakfast will be served.
        At this seminar, attendees will be introduced to the 30 powerful principles in Dale Carnegie’s
best-seller, How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. These effective concepts can be used to reduce the
stress level in the workplace and in participant’s personal lives.
        The 2006 Alliance series is sponsored in part by 90.7 KWMU FM. The May 25 seminar is co-
sponsored by T.R. Hughes, Inc., a home-building giant in metro St. Louis.
        Following this seminar, the Alliance will be on summer break until September. Half-price annual
memberships are now available for businesses and organizations interested in receiving world-class
training through Dale Carnegie and SkillPath, courtesy of the EDC.
        To register or for more information, call the EDC at 636-441-6880 or send an e-mail to:

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Description: Dale Carnegie, American relationships guru, the founder of modern Western education in human relations. The book, published in 1936, "human weakness", 70 years has been the Western world of the Bible as one of social skills. In 1912 he founded the Carnegie training to teach people to interpersonal communication and stress management skills.