63 Participants Graduate from Dale Carnegie 2012 Program
After eight years of hosting the World Renowned professional and personal development Dale Carnegie Program, the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture recently concluded one of its largest cohorts. After eight weeks of training, in the constantly improving Dale Carnegie Program, sixty three participants (two courses) successfully completed the 2012 Dale Carnegie “Skills for Success” program and are again singing the praises of the Program.
A number of heartfelt testimonials and letters of gratitude keep flowing into the Chamber and the Facilitator, Tom Field of Barbados, as participants express the positive impact the training has had on both their personal and professional life.
The Chamber was forced to have two classes run concurrently because of the high level of interest shown which was reflected in the number registering for the Course. Participants came from the public sector, notably the NIC and the Ministry of the Public Service as well as private firms, such as LUCLELEC and M&C Group of Companies as well as many individuals who had noted the impact of the program on the friends and colleagues who had participated in the program before.
The Chamber expects interest in the Program to remain high as firms and individuals are increasingly looking for value and results from training and Dale Carnegie continues to deliver in the most challenging of times. Sumitra Jagroop-Leo, Membership Development Office at the Chamber and Officer responsible for hosting the program says “I have received a number of early registrations for the 2013 program already and I am confident that next year will be sold out again”.Persons interested in this program are urged to contact their office at 452 3165 for more information or visit their website at www.stluciachamber.org