We want you to be the best you possible.

Successful people wear staid suits and fleece hoodies; they work in corner offices and in coffee shops; they manage huge corporations and small artistic ventures.

One may be eying a promotion or a change of careers.

Another may be unemployed, or “in transition” for reasons that have nothing to do with ability. A high-ranking manager may feel stuck.

As different as they may seem, successful individuals share many traits. Dale Carnegie training started more than 100 year ago by focusing on those traits and how to develop communication skills that support them.

Our training breaks through barriers that hold people back. It builds confidence to network, make presentations, take risks and face uncertainty. Our clients at Dale Carnegie of Tennessee look like this:

enthusiasm

Enthusiasm is contagious. Catch some!

  • A financial advisor who wants a more diverse client base
  • A singer-songwriter who needs more business confidence
  • A freelance programmer who wants to set up a company
  • A team leader who works with younger employees he doesn’t “get”
  • An engineer “in transition” who aims to tap new skills
  • A savvy mom who will re-enter the employment market
  • A sales professional who inherits a messy customer list

We are hard-pressed to think of people and situations where Dale Carnegie would not be a benefit. Even better, the effects extend beyond those who take our courses. Enthusiasm is contagious.

Of course we are biased. So check out what some of our graduates have to say.