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In 2019, Joe Hart was recipient of The Transformative CEO Award in Leadership. Bio: Joe started his career as a practicing attorney at two prominent law firms where he focused primarily on contract-related litigation. In 1998, he joined The Taubman Company, a top developer of regional shopping centers, where he ultimately became a Development Director. In 2000, he followed a dream and started an innovative venture and angel-backed e-Learning company called InfoAlly. InfoAlly developed important digital learning solutions for leading businesses such as Dale Carnegie (US and Internationally), McGraw-Hill, Motorola and Federal Mogul, among others. In 2005, Joe sold the company. Together with InfoAlly’s new owners, they started a business called Asset Health, a privately-held and fast-growing technology / health promotion and training company. Asset Health has grown significantly over the years and serves numerous Fortune 1,000 companies, nationally recognized health systems, and other great businesses. As the President of Asset Health, he played roles in all aspects of the business, including strategic and operational leadership; product design and implementation; direct and third-party sales; legal; client service; and communication and marketing. In 2015, Joe became the President / CEO of Dale Carnegie, the worldwide leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training, and employee engagement. As with millions of other people, the Dale Carnegie Course has had a profound and transformational impact on Joe's life. He is excited to serve as the leader of this tremendous organization and to work with an amazing and talented team to help individuals and businesses unlock their greatness and to perform at their very best.
Unravel the mystery behind plummeting sales. Experiencing a sudden and significant drop in sales can be a distressing ordeal for any business owner. When faced with this challenging situation, it is crucial to act swiftly and decisively to diagnose the root causes and implement effective solutions. By understanding the reasons behind the decline in sales, businesses can make informed decisions and deploy targeted measures to reinvigorate growth and reclaim their competitive edge. Below, 10 Rolling Stone Culture Council members explore essential steps to troubleshoot sales slumps, enabling businesses to identify underlying issues and devise strategies to reverse any downward trends.
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The end of the year is a notoriously busy time, but it's important to make room in your schedule for these key year-end to-dos. As the end of the year approaches, most businesses are wrapping up any outstanding projects and assessing what needs to be carried over into the new year. It's the perfect time for leaders to meet with employees to discuss what worked, what could be better and how teamwork can help achieve next year’s goals. Below, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members share some essential items business leaders should achieve before January 1st. Here's why they believe these 13 tasks belong on your end-of-year to-do list.
Despite a high volume of competing events, there are ways to ensure your gathering leaves a lasting impression on attendees. In the early months of the pandemic, businesses attempted to make their newly virtual events memorable experiences. As in-person events have made their way back onto people’s calendars, these same businesses are now searching for ways to make their next in-person event immersive while exceeding industry standards. Luckily, businesses have plenty of ways they can plan a memorable event, regardless of the audience size or location. To help, 10 members of Rolling Stone Culture Council offer tips to make your next event the talk of the online (and offline) sphere.
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Increasing customer happiness means you’ll gain increased loyalty and sales as a result. It’s true that customers who feel satisfied after an interaction with your brand are more likely to become repeat customers and recommend your product or service to others with positive reviews and word-of-mouth referrals. However, the opposite is true as well. Unhappy customers also leave reviews — though they’re often less than complimentary — and then share these negative opinions with others. It's important, then, for any company to keep their customers returning happy and satisfied. To help, eight Rolling Stone Culture Council members share some key lessons all business leaders should learn when it comes to customer satisfaction.
Dale Carnegie & Associates
Dale Carnegie helps people from all walks of life become fearless, giving leaders the confidence they need to get the most out of life and work. For more than 100 years, Dale Carnegie has helped communities prosper by improving the personal and financial well-being of the people who live there, and the companies that do business there. Today, we continue to show people both through in-person and online courses how to tap into the best parts of themselves to create positive change. Our instructors and training, both in-person and online, empower top-tier organizational performance through actionable, collaborative and highly engaging learnings. Plus, through on-demand courses available online, we inspire leaders and their teams seeking to reskill and upskill for the new workplace or enact change in their organizations. Dale Carnegie Unlimited: A Live Online Subscription is a holistic and scalable experience customized to meet clients where they are at in their learning journey. Emphasizing practical principles and processes, Dale Carnegie designs training programs that offer people the knowledge, skills, and practices they need to add value to any business. The company also specializes in connecting proven solutions with real-world challenges, helping people discover the unsuspected strengths they have to improve their lives personally and professionally. We offer a variety of courses under six core topics – leadership, organizational development, people skills, communication, sales, and customer service - designed to expand and sharpen your or your employees’ skills for a more successful career. Over more than a century, the company has helped eight million-plus individuals tap capabilities they did not know they had and achieve results they did not imagine were possible. A rich history, a proven, innovative process, and a new learning platform eVolve, has connected Dale Carnegie training people around the world seeking real transformation and impact.