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Facilitator works to help others gain success

6:36 PM, Mar. 16, 2013
Dale Arendt of Nekoosa stands with his wife, Sharon, after receiving a Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce Special Recognition for Community Impact award Jan. 17.
Dale Arendt of Nekoosa stands with his wife, Sharon, after receiving a Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce Special Recognition for Community Impact award Jan. 17.
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For Dale Arendt, the technical title of "coach and facilitator" embraces a heartfelt "calling" to help people and organizations become the best they can be.

Since 1998, his Arendt Group has enabled businesses, congregations, universities and communities to achieve success through coaching and facilitation; using insightful questioning and skillful listening to help people see the bigger picture; leadership development, which empowers leaders to effectively communicate their leadership abilities; customized training that teaches soft skills including a positive attitude, ...

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