IABC Heritage Region Conference Podcast #2, “How Engaged are Your Managers? Hard Metrics and Real Practices to Get Them in the Game,” with Linda Dulye, President, Dulye & Co.

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Linda Dulye, president of Dulye & Co.
Linda Dulye, president of Dulye & Co.

The Heritage Region of the International Association of Business Communicators will hold its 2012 conference, “Find your bridge,” in Pittsburgh October 12-14. This is the latest in a series of podcast conversations with top presenters from the conference discussing the topics they will cover in their conference appearances.

In this program, Linda Dulye, President, Dulye & Co., an award-winning employee communications firm in Warwick, NY, discusses her Heritage Region Conference program, “How Engaged are Your Managers? Hard Metrics and Real Practices to  Get Them in the Game.”

You can learn more about how to “Build Your Bridge” to communications success by attending the IABC Heritage Region Conference, Oct. 14 -16, at the Westin Conference Center, Pittsburgh.  Register at: www.iabcheritageconference.com.


Internationally recognized change leader and IABC All-Star speaker, Linda Dulye is President and Founder of New York-based Dulye & Co.  After leadership roles with General Electric, AlliedSignal and Duracell, Linda established Dulye & Co. in 1998.  Using her award-winning Spectator-Free Workplace™ practices, Linda and her team have helped some of the world’s most admired companies including Lockheed Martin, Tyco and United Technologies significantly improve communication, engagement and measurement with their workforces.  Linda is regularly published and quoted in major business media, and has a featured column on Fox News Business. She was a featured speaker at the 2012 IABC Global Conference.

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