Linda Dulye Archive
Published August 16, 2012
The fiscal cliff is the possible collision of new and significant U.S. federal budget cuts with some dicey changes in tax laws. It’s up to Congress to make the call (or not) to reverse automatic or “sequestered” spending cuts of $1.2 trillion before they kick in on Jan. 2, 2013. That decision would simultaneously occur with some noteworthy tax changes. Here's how to prep your business.
Published August 03, 2012
Even though its first week is just wrapping up, these London Olympic Games have been full of truly memorable triumphs and defeats. Here’s what business owners can take away from the big games’ ups and downs.
Published July 23, 2012
Carving a culture of effective communication takes time and steadfast adherence to set standards that don’t fade or bend when management or initiatives change. Despite its venerated athletic prowess, Penn State lacked a game plan for workplace communication.
Published July 03, 2012
Learning can happen – and will happen – when you see everything around you as a classroom. We come in contact with situations every day that offer rich opportunities to learn and grow—without a high price tag. All you have to do is take a look around and observe.
Published June 21, 2012
A withered reputation—whether personal or business—doesn’t have to be permanent. Turnaround takes time, relentless focus and rock-solid sincerity. These five steps can help get your rep back on track.
Published June 07, 2012
Don’t underestimate the ability of people to accept reality and rally in the face of adversity. Straight talk fosters respect. Here are seven tips to help leaders tell it like it is, even during the most difficult times:
Published May 29, 2012
If you know more about the playlist on your favorite Pandora station than the to-do-list for your work team’s latest project, then you’ve got a problem and need to recalculate. Here are some tips to help you unplug from technology and tune in to your team.
Published May 14, 2012
Being memorable makes things happen—for you and your workplace. People who captivate others’ attention and keep them thinking about them create a connection.
Published April 30, 2012
As the job market and economy rebound, concerns are growing not only about engaging employees to give their best, but retaining those employees that you spent time engaging.
Published April 16, 2012
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster, here’s a life jacket—tips to survive and thrive in the job interview based on my firm’s 3V Model for Effective Communication. You can master the visual, vocal and verbal dynamics that will keep you afloat.