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Podcast: Taking the Circus out of Your Next Town Hall Meeting

The national health care debate and 2008 election placed the town-hall style meeting format in the spotlight. But most businesses have little use for the circus-like town halls we've seen on cable news. This week, Linda reviews the fundamentals for your next physical or virtual town hall meeting.

Running time: 11:40

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Linda can be reached at ldulye at dulye.com

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Podcast: Shared Responsibility Doesn't Vacation

As people return from their summer vacations, or get ready for the remaining summer breaks, keeping a Spectator-Free Workplace requires a few simple steps before and after the R&R takes off. Listen to this week's podcast for 3 simple tips on maintaining shared responsibility during any team absence.

Running time: 8:37

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Linda can be reached at ldulye at dulye.com

Eric can be reached at ehansen at dulye.com

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Podcast: When A Star Recruit Joins The Team

Syracuse University Basketball recently landed a new star recruit in Fab Melo. Being a huge fan of The Orange, in this week's podcast, Linda Dulye lays out 3 simple tips for when your next star recruit joins the team.

Running time: 8:17

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Six Strategies for Employee Roundtables That Work

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If you want to know what’s on one employee’s mind, just ask them. But what’s the best way to check the pulse of the organization? A proven Dulye & Co. technique is the employee roundtable. We recommend six strategies for roundtables that work.

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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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Get Ready for Year-End

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When September hits, many organizations raise the focus on year-end tasks: meeting operational objectives, achieving customer deadlines, trimming budget dollars, and so forth. Take time with your staff now to recalibrate your focus on the fourth quarter.

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Dulye Noted: Lessons from the Health Care Debate

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Rumors. Half-truths. Swirling debate. Sound like your workplace in a time of change or uncertainty? Indeed it might. I’m actually referring to the environment surrounding Health Care Reform in the U.S.

Last month, President Obama held a prime-time news conference on health care reform and he used tactics from the communications playbook for discussing tough messages. Here’s the bottom line: tough messages require leaders to step up and out, explain the rationale and directly address the tough questions. President Obama applied a tried-and-true methodology that Dulye & Co. brings to its clients for successful communications. We call it The 4 Rs.

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Podcast: Conflict Resolution Tips from Obama's Recent "Teaching Moment"

When President Obama recently held the "Beer Summit" with Professor Gates and Sgt. Crowley, he was employing some classic conflict resolution tips. In this week's podcast, Linda Dulye explains how to apply the same strategies and tools to conflicts in the workplace.

Running time: 11:47

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Linda can be reached at ldulye at dulye.com

Eric can be reached at ehansen at dulye.com

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Watch: Manager-as-Communicator Webcast

Thank you to everyone who registered for or attended our webcast on cutting costs and boosting profits through a Manager as Communicator system.

We hope that you will contact us (rgibboni@dulye.com | 845-987-7744) to take advantage of a free consulting session to apply the lessons of this webcast to your organization's specific needs.

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Podcast: Survive Your Own Congressional Hearing with the 3 Vs

The recent hearings of Judge Sotomayor were as much about the visuals and unspoken language. In this week's podcast, Linda discusses how preparing for presentations and communications with 3 Vs in mind will help you survive the hottest of hot seats.

Running time: 8:40

Have a question about the topics covered in this episode? Want your employee engagement or communications question answered? Leave a comment on this blog post or contact us today for a free consulting session.

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Linda can be reached at ldulye at dulye.com

Eric can be reached at ehansen at dulye.com

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