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At Dulye & Co., we believe the only way to determine if your communications or change efforts are moving the needle is to capture data as frequently as possible.
Our best-practice approach to designing all-hands meetings that work centers around collecting feedback from attendees before they leave a meeting. Over time, we’ve watched feedback mechanisms evolve from the tried-and-true paper and pen method to Web-based surveys and polls.
This month, Dulye & Co. president and founder Linda Dulye contributed an article to IABC's Communication World publication about how companies in every industry can move past "engagement" as a tagline and use it as a powerful competitive advantage.
If you subscribe to Netflix, the DVD-by-mail and movie-streaming service, you and millions of your fellow customers last month received an email from CEO Reed Hastings that attempted to explain the company’s poorly communicated price hikes.
From our perspective, the war for keeping talent is well under way.
Companies striving to keep their greatest asset and competitive weapon – their people – must activate or fine tune recognition programs that focus first on managers and their ownership of recognition and retention practices.
Our research indicates that how an employee is recognized matters more than what is actually given.
The how of recognition generally is handled by a manager – and those who execute with sincerity, preparation and clear communication create powerful experiences that can be a magnet for retention.
Organizational initiatives and projects, large or small, are driven by teams. Both are driven by change.
Change in leadership, change in scope or change in team members. What happens during and after the change is a delicate period of time: the transition.
Dan Clemens, a successful youth baseball coach, author and Dulye & Co. team member, wrote recently about 10 tips to ensure a successful team transition. Though he wrote in the context of coaching a team of young players, we think his message resonates inside organizations as well.