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View Feedback As A Gift

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It’s natural to wince at the term “employee feedback,” but for every complaint about the break room temperature, there could be two or three more suggestions that can help you improve how your organization performs and meets its goals.

Change how you view feedback and you’ll transform the value you get from it.

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Podcasts That Engage

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Podcasts – done right – can boost interest, inspire questions and cultivate ideas among team members. How can you make them a useful communication practice that triggers repeat listeners? Try these tips for pumping life into your existing podcast or when launching your program.

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Do You Need a Mid-Year Course Correction?

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It’s hard to believe, but 2009 is nearly halfway over.  It’s been a rocky 180 days, to be sure, but there’s another 180 days yet to come before 2010 arrives.

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Be Open and Candid…or Someone Else Will

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Openness and engagement got a big boost this week, thanks to President Barack Obama and the Office of Public Engagement. 

Mr. Obama unveiled a new initiative: the Office of Public Engagement (OPE)—and declared its purpose to make government “inclusive, transparent, accountable and responsive.”  (Read all about it at www.whitehouse.gov/ope.)
Those four principles—inclusive, transparent, accountable and responsible—should  by no means be exclusive to the operating practices of the US Government. They readily apply to the work environment of public and private organizations ...

Tips for Filling Seats at All-Hands Meetings

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Scheduling an All-Hands or a Town Hall meeting is one thing, getting people to attend is another. How can you make the most of the time you've set aside with your employees by getting them to participate? Linda provides some timely tips to help fill the seats at your next big meeting.

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Ultimate Engagement: The Impact of Employee Action Teams

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Dulye & Co. defines engagement as both “an outcome and a process”. It is the act of building communal ownership and accountability, for what your business or organization stands for and must achieve, through an informed and involved workforce of day-to-day work practices and decisions. Download this podcast to learn the benefit and key steps in setting up and sustaining employee action teams as part of an engagement culture.

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