Dale Carnegie Training India trains 500 youth on life skills

Partners with Kotak Education Foundation, Action Aid India, Literacy India, SNS Foundation and Humana People to People - India to deliver complimentary training across Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Gurgaon, Raigad and Hosur

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MUMBAI: Dale Carnegie Training India carries out its annual Global Day of Giving event. The Global Day of Giving united over 100 Dale Carnegie offices around the world as they delivered life skills to underprivileged youth at non-profits and charitable agencies who work with the disenfranchised.

For over a century, Dale Carnegie has enriched global communities by transforming the lives and career potential of people through human relationship skill building.

This year, Dale Carnegie Training India partnered with Kotak Education Foundation, Action Aid India, Literacy India, SNS Foundation and Humana People to People India to provide life skills to approximately over 500 underprivileged youth across Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Gurgaon, Raigad and Hosur.

The course by Dale Carnegie provided leadership skills to the workers who support young people.

Pallavi Jha, Chairperson & Managing Director, Dale Carnegie Training India said, “Dale Carnegie’s legacy is deeply rooted in compassion and we strongly believe that our nation’s youth must have the skills they need to succeed in life. We are glad that through this initiative we were able to touch so many young lives and help them imbibe basic interpersonal skills.”

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