Are you ready to discover skills that will last a lifetime? 

Dale Carnegie Gen.Next is designed to prepare young people for the real world. It gives them the skills they need to achieve their goals and reach their full potential – at school, at home, and at work. The course curriculum was developed based on student feedback. It consists of six two-hour, instructor-led, highly interactive sessions that include real-world scenarios and role-plays.


Today’s world is more complex, competitive and demanding than ever before. Young people often have to balance school, work, and relationships while working and planning for their futures. Dale Carnegie Gen.Next can help teens become more confident and better able to handle the pressure and stress teens face.

Visit our trainer-led online course

Date            May 07 until May 21. on tuesdays and thursdays 
Time            7 pm – 9 pm
Location       Live Online
Investment 190 CHF exkl. MwSt   

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Target group

Young adults ages 14-20 who want to improve the skills they need to achieve their goals and reach their full potential.


  • Appear more confident and convince others of yourself and ideas.
  • Communicate in a motivating and lively way even in stressful situations.
  • Express ideas clearly and present them to the point.
  • Resolve stress and conflicts diplomatically without losing the goal.
  • Building self-confidence
  • Improving communication skills
  • Development of interpersonal skills
  • Teamwork and leadership skills

Your profit

The practice-oriented training quickly brings visible progress. In just a few weeks, you’ll make significant progress in speaking confidently and effectively in front of groups. You will become a more persuasive communicator and a better decision maker when it comes to making difficult decisions. You will be much better prepared when it comes to applying to college or for an interview.

Group size

Maximum 12 participants


BAG-compliant implementation

Generation.Next supports you in this:

Communicate clearly and persuasively

Asking others to collaborate

Structure presentations for productive results

Motivate others to take action