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    • 02/25/2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Brasfield & Gorrie Conference Center - Birmingham
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    Nancy Covert has been with Dale Carnegie Training® for 31 years and is the President of Dale Carnegie Training® of North and Central Alabama.  She and her family moved to Alabama in 2004 and became the franchisee in 2006.  Nancy is a training industry veteran. She is known for her relevant, real, and results-centric solutions. Her engaging, high-energy style makes adult learning more enjoyable. With hundreds of training delivery hours and a passion for empowering others, she has channeled her energy and desire into helping others become even more successful.

    Participants will be able to:

    • Show others how to communicate in a way that draws others in
    • Form closer, more rewarding relationships in their personal and professional lives
    • Gain greater influence with the people around them
    • Make meaningful contributions in the places that matter most

          Speaker:  Nancy Covert

         


    At Dale Carnegie, we help people from all walks of life become fearless. Whether they’re starting out or stepping up, learning to lead or heading up a team, we sharpen their inner voice so they can use it with confidence to get the most out of their life and their work.

    Our programs show people how to communicate in a way that draws others in so they can form closer, more rewarding relationships in their personal and professional lives. As they gain greater influence with the people around them, they’ll come face to face with more opportunities to make meaningful contributions in the places that matter most.

    For over 100 years, we’ve helped communities all over the world 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 cross borders and generations, showing people how to tap into the best parts of themselves to create positive change.




Past events

01/28/2019 Mind-blowing PowerPoint. No, Really!
12/03/2018 Icebreakers That Do More Than Break the Ice!
10/18/2018 The Gamification of Learning: A Certification for Talent Development and HR Professionals
10/11/2018 ATD 2018 Core4 Conference
09/20/2018 Fall Networking Social
09/18/2018 Gamification for Talent Development: Deconstructing the Psychology of Games to Entice, Engage and Encourage Learners (Webinar)
08/27/2018 Leadership Skills for Trainers
07/23/2018 Getting Started with Film and Video to Enhance Your Training and HR Initiatives
06/25/2018 Gamification and Training: It's More than Just Rolling the Dice
05/15/2018 ATD Birmingham Community Service Event
05/06/2018 ATD 2018 International Conference & Exposition
04/23/2018 Making the Case for Learning
03/22/2018 Spring Networking Social
02/26/2018 Performance Development Through Coaching
01/22/2018 Managing Cultural Change Through Training
12/04/2017 Agility in Learning
10/30/2017 Learning Leaders Panel: Today's Trends in Learning and Talent Development
10/19/2017 Annual Human Resources Management Conference
09/25/2017 Brain Basics for Adult Learning
08/28/2017 Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) Overview
08/01/2017 Millennial Training Done Right (Webinar)
07/27/2017 Summer Networking Social
06/26/2017 Digital vs. In-Person Development
05/21/2017 ATD 2017 International Conference & Exposition
05/15/2017 ATD Birmingham Community Service Event
04/24/2017 How To Be Happy In An Overworked World
03/23/2017 Cocktails and Connections
03/23/2017 ATD Core4 Conference 2017
02/27/2017 Teamwork Makes the Dream Work
01/23/2017 Swimming with the Hippos: How to Track, Measure, and Inspire Workgroups to Embrace the Organizational Values that are Critical to Success
01/11/2017 ATD TechKnowledge 2017
12/12/2016 Leading Through Volunteering
11/28/2016 Applying Positive Psychology in Talent Development
10/24/2016 Meaningful Conversations to Reinforce Culture and Increase Profits
09/26/2016 Learning Leader Panel: Today's Trends in Learning and Talent Development
08/29/2016 Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
07/21/2016 Cocktails and Connections
06/27/2016 Using Improvisation to Change the Way Teams Think!
05/23/2016 Flipping the Classroom: From Lectures to Labs
04/25/2016 Powerful Presentations: Don't Count on Content to Accomplish Your Goal!
03/28/2016 New Standards for the Measurement, Management and Reporting of Human Capital
02/22/2016 How to Show the Value of Learning and Development
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12/14/2015 Social Media – What’s the Big Deal?
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08/24/2015 Are They Really Learning??? Learning Styles and How They Impact the Transfer of Learning
07/27/2015 Tell Me A Story: A Roundtable Discussion on Using Stories in Training Classes
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05/18/2015 Design Basics: How to Create Attractive Training Materials
03/23/2015 Dianne Durkin, Effectively Managing Change in the Workplace
02/23/2015 Joyce Brooks, Self-Inflicted Overload: Five Steps to Achieving Work-Life Balance
12/08/2014 A Few of our Favorite Things: A Roundtable Discussion on Experiential Learning Games
10/27/2014 B.Y.O.D.: Facilitating for Today’s Mobile Enhanced Audiences
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08/25/2014 Role With It!
07/28/2014 Swinging the Pendulum Towards The Positive. An Introduction to Positive Organizational Behavior
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05/19/2014 Trends in Executive Development - Judy Chartrand
04/28/2014 "33 Years In The Training Business: Lessons Learned" - Mike Moss
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02/19/2014 Misti Wilson, Who Pays Your Salary?
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12/09/2013 Greg Enos, Solutions for Coping with Information Overload and Multitasking
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08/26/2013 Business Writing for the Too-Busy, Too-Distracted Reader
07/22/2013 The Five Levels of Leadership
06/24/2013 How to Capture Elusive Level 3 Data: The Secrets of Survey Design
05/20/2013 How an Effective Training Program Can Reduce Legal Liabilities for Companies
04/22/2013 Training & Development on a Shoestring: 10 Ways to be Strategic & Intentional in Tough Times
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01/28/2013 The Glass Ceiling is History - January Luncheon
12/03/2012 Instructional Design: Demonstrating Value through Results
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09/24/2012 Faster, Cheaper, Better: Really Rapid Instructional Design the Thiagi Way
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07/23/2012 Alabama's Workforce
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05/21/2012 AFTERNOON WORKSHOP: Now Presenting...YOU! - Being Your Best
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03/26/2012 "Millennials Are Here: Secrets to Effectively Training the "Net" Generation"
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