The Leader in You: How to Win Friends Influence People and Succeed in a Completely Changed World

Version: Abridged
Author: Dale Carnegie , Stuart R. Levine , Michael Crom
Narrator: Stuart R. Levine , Ross Klavan
Genres: Business & Economics, Management & Leadership
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
Published In: January 1994
# of Units: 2 CDs
Length: 1 hour, 30 minutes
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Overview

For eighty years, Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc., has been training people at all levels to get the most out of what they put into their careers. Now, drawing on insights from some of this century's most important voices, two of its top executives bring the Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc., time-tested human relations principles to a new level of relevance in today's unpredictable business environment.

The ability to communicate and motivate people will determine who wins and who loses in the next decade. THE LEADER IN YOU builds on the fundamentals of human relationships to help you develop your own innate leadership skills and discover how to:

* Achieve goals and increase self-confidence
* Gain the respect you deserve
* Build trusting relationships
* Control your worries and energize your life
* Become a team player

Three generations of students and business people have benefited from Carnegie's timeless, essential wisdom. Now, you can apply these basic techniques and lessons in your own life -- and find the leader in you to succeed in today's fastchanging world.

Reviews (3)

it's only two CDs

Written by Anonymous on January 31st, 2011

  • Book Rating: 1/5

It's only two CDs. I killed it in a day. Most of this appears in his other books.

One Star

Written by Anonymous from West Seneca, NY on March 30th, 2008

  • Book Rating: 1/5

Hey listen if you want a short book about generalizations that you already know then get this book. If you feel like you have fallen off track then maybe this would be a good review. This book contains information you already know.

The Leader In You

Written by Anonymous on March 9th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 3/5

Pretty good. There were some good points and advice, but for a typical upper manager, there is a lot in there that is obvious. For example, there is a section on how you need to be a "good listener" or not be condenscending. This would be a good resource for those that are not in management positions but that could use management skills in their positions. Information regarding teamwork is good.

Author Details

Author Details

Carnegie, Dale

Perhaps the most well-known author in the field of communication and public speaking, Dale Carnegie was born into poverty on a small farm in Maryville Missouri. Devoted to public speaking from his teen years, he was active in debate in high school. Carnegie attended Warrensburg (Mo.) State Teachers College, and became a salesman for Armour and Company in Nebraska. Moving to New York City in persuit of an acting career, he gave classes in public speaking at the Young Men's Christian Association. Soon he was developing courses on his own, and writing pamphlets that he would eventually publish as books. Carnegie believed that the quickest way to develop self-esteem is through public speaking.

In the early 1930s he was known for his books and a radio program. When he published How to Win Friends and Influence People in 1930, it enjoyed immediate success and would become one of the best-sellers of all time, selling more than 10 million copies in many languages. This led to demand for him as a lecturer and writer: he began a syndicated newspaper column and organized the Dale Carnegie Institute for Effective Speaking and Human Relations, with branches all over the world. He lived to see the day when his name became virtually synonymous with the very kind of self-help-to-success that he promoted.

Dale Carnegie loved to teach others how to become successful. His rock-solid, time-tested advice has helped many now-famous people to climb the ladder of success. How to Win Friends and Influence People remains one of the best-sellers of all time, because of its colorful illustrative stories and simple, well-phrased rules. Two of Dale Carnegie's most famous maxims are, "Believe that you will succeed, and you will," and "Learn to love, respect and enjoy other people." Dale Carnegie died in 1955 at the age of 67.

Levine, Stuart R.

STUART R. LEVINE, former CEO of the Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc, is Chairman and CEO of Stuart Levine & Associates LLC, a consulting and leadership development company.