Dale Carnegie- Skills for Achievement Program
Program Partner: Dale Carnegie
Dates: August 5-9, 2019- This Program Has Been Cancelled
*Parents and guests are invited to attend the final session.
Time: 9:00 am-12:00 pm
Age: Rising 10th-12th Grades & Rising College Freshmen
Location: Keim Center, Computer Science Classroom
Program Description: Ravenscroft is honored to partner with Dale Carnegie to offer an exclusive training program for Upper School students! The Dale Carnegie Skills for Achievement program provides human relations skills to thrive in any setting. With increased confidence and competence in interacting with others, students will put themselves in position to reach new heights in school and beyond. This program is designed to instill attitudes, behaviors and habits that improve performance and effectiveness. In the five half-day sessions, students will learn and practice ways to manage stress and minimize worry, encourage positive thinking, influence others and commit to continuous improvement. They will gain strategies for projecting an enthusiastic attitude, communicate logically, clearly and concisely; and energize and engage listeners.
Instructor: Doug Stewart has over six years of Dale Carnegie instructional experience. In addition, he is a TEDx presenter and keynote speaker. He holds a BS degree from Liberty University. Doug has extensive training experience with many Research Triangle clients, including SAS, Met Life, Thyssen Krupp, Verdesian Life Sciences and Coastal Federal Credit Union. His certified areas of specialization include human relations, conflict management, leadership, presentation skills, communications, change management, engagement, stress management and time management. He has relevant "real world" insights from a number businesses: life sciences, engineering, technology, military, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, real estate management and sales.
Dale Carnegie is regarded by many as the global leader in the development of human relations, leadership and communication skills. There are more than eight million graduates worldwide. In 2013, Dale Carnegie Training was ranked in the top-20 category for large consulting groups in Leadership Excellence's Leadership 500 list. Dale Carnegie's book How to Win Friends and Influence People has been named by the Library of Congress as one of the "Books that Shaped America." Dale Carnegie trainers undergo a rigorous certification process and must be recertified on a regular basis.