Monday, March 2, 2009

McGohan Brabender and Dale Carnegie of Ohio and Indiana Double-Team the Recession

If you are like most people in this current economic climate, then you are probably looking for some way to leverage your skills and knowledge to get ahead.

This is not the time to sit by idly, waiting for someone to ride in and save the day. Nor is it the time to ignore the current economic environment with the belief that there is no recession. We're in it up to our collective waists. The question to ask is, what are we going to do about it.

This is the time for directed, determined and deliberate action. We need to have our targets mapped out in front of us and to understand and visualize the goals that we are trying to achieve. We need to architect a plan to help us get where we want to go, the boldness to act on the plan and the tenacity to see it through to the end.

To assists entrepreneurs, professionals and small business owners in enhancing their strategic planning and leveraging their resources, Dale Carnegie Training of Ohio and Indiana has partnered with McGohan Brabender to bring the local community a series of dynamic business building programs.

Leveraging the human resource expertise of McGohan Brabender and the Communication and Leadership power of the Dale Carnegie methodologies, these programs are designed to give you a heads up and a running start in creating powerfully loyal customers, developing dynamic teams, create effective selling strategies, and devising effective methods for managing and developing your talent. Programs are currently underway in the Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati metropolitan area.

If you want to get into the driver's seat and take command of your economic vehicle, then these half-day programs will definitely get you started in the right direction. Register at the McGohan Brabender site or email us at mbdct@dcarnegietraining.com about your interest and someone will contact you directly.

If you are outside of the Ohio Valley area or you have a scheduling conflict, but you are still interested in the ideas that we'll discuss in these programs, email us at mbcdt@dcarnegietraining.com with the following information:

  • Your name

  • Your company name

  • An email address where you can be reached

  • A brief description of two challenges that you are facing


We'll get you the information as well as some possible solutions to help you in addressing your challenges.

Good Selling!




McGohan Brabender Dale Carnegie Programs in Columbus







McGohan Brabender Dale Carnegie Programs in Dayton



  • Recruiting Salespeople with Traci Tigue, 03/19/2009

  • How Is All The Work Going To Get Done? with Ed Eppley, 05/21/2009

  • Five Dysfunctions Of A Team with Ed Eppley, 10/01/2009





McGohan Brabender Dale Carnegie Programs in Cincinnati


  • Building Rapport and Developing Interest with Lance Tyson, 02/04/2009

  • Communicate, Motivate and Get Results with Ed Eppley, 03/04/2009

  • Onboarding Engagement with Traci Tigue, 04/01/2009

  • Talent Management with Ed Eppley, 05/06/2009

  • Team Member Engagement with Kevin Watts, 06/03/2009

  • Create Loyal Customers with Laura Nortz, 07/01/2009

  • Five Dysfunctions of a Team with Ed Eppley, 08/05/2009

  • Cross and Up Selling with Lance Tyson, 09/02/2009

  • Business Professionalism 101 with Kevin Watts, 10/07/2009

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