Tired of lethargy? Let employees have input

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When times get lean, we need all hands on deck to make sure that the work gets done and executed efficiently. Make sure your employees understand that they are the valued asset that you say they are. Let them have input and be your in-house experts.

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Linda Dulye featured in Ragan article on Town Halls

Today, Linda Dulye was featured in an article about the recent movement to bring new energy to town hall meetings.

For organizations thinking about taking town halls online, Obama’s event provided much to emulate, say communications pros — starting with the way the president invited people to take part, via one of his own videos at WhiteHouse.gov. Linda Dulye, president of communication and change management firm L.M. Dulye & Co. in Warwick, N.Y., gives Obama the thumbs-up for the personalized approach — and says you should do the same.

“Whatever senior leader is hosting the town hall needs to be the voice of the invitation,” says Dulye, who counsels corporate clients on town hall events. “Don’t have the invitation coming from the admin.” The intended audience will take the invitation more seriously when the request is personal.

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Podcast: Goodbye Suggestion Box!

It's no surprise that the suggestion box in most organization is met with skepticism and mistrust. In this podcast, Linda shows you a practice to increase the engagement from your employee suggestion program.

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Acting on data builds trust, teamwork and an involved workforce

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Last month’s edition of Spectator-Free Workplace highlighted the value of measurement in a workforce communications program.  Identifying the key drivers of your communications program, measuring them and communicating them to your boss and your business’ management team are all important elements of maintaining an effective communications process – and keeping your job.

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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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