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A well-known leader in academia, consulting, investments, trade representation, international diplomacy, retail banking and people development. Greg has lived in Tokyo for 28 years and joined Dale Carnegie Training Japan as president in October 2010. He is a 5th Dan in Shitoryu Karate and applies martial arts philosophies to business issues.
Dale Carnegie started to pioneer corporate training in 1912. Businesses in 86 countries now benefit from his breakthrough ideas, including nine out of 10 Fortune 500 companies. How to Win Friends and Influence People is a timeless classic and consistent worldwide bestseller.
Forget all the hype, the real value of people development in Japan is what is being created, day in day out, at the point of team skill build. Discover why we should only choose elite instructors and how we can make sure our Japan operation is performing at the highest level. Dale Carnegie Training Japan’s Director of Training and Global Master Trainer Yuichiro Ishihara shares the secrets of how to develop team capability in Japan.
Dr Greg Story, president of Dale Carnegie Training Japan, on the importance for great leaders of good ties with their sales team.
Dr. Greg Story, president of Dale Carnegie Japan, talks about the transition from salesperson to sales leader and what it takes to be successful in this new role.
Dale Carnegie started to pioneer corporate training in 1912. Businesses in 86 countries now benefit from his breakthrough ideas, including nine out of 10 Fortune 500 companies. Dr Greg Story, President of Dale Carnegie Training Japan, spoke with us about his company’s 100-year history and keys to success.
Engaged employees are happy employees; workers who feel connected will go the extra distance for their employers. Dr Greg Story, President of Dale Carnegie Japan, explains how managers can foster employee engagement.
Stress from overwork can be fatal. Many executives need to realize that they can reduce stress by sharing the workload. Dr Greg Story joins us to talk about the benefits of delegating.
Technical skills are not enough to maintain a competitive advantage in business. Firms must leverage the leadership skills of staff and keep them motivated—in other words, become “People Smart.” Dr Greg Story, president of Dale Carnegie Japan, explains this key management concept.