Carnegie, Dale Breckinridge
- (1888–1955) Gen MgtU.S. writer and trainer. Best known for his advice on self-improvement, which focused on interpersonal communication and effective communication skills, including public speaking. Carnegie’s bestseller, How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936), included guidance on never criticizing, complaining about, or condemning another person, giving sincere appreciation to others, and stimulating in others a specific desire in order to motivate them.
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