Writing for and appearing on regional and national media is always a pleasure. That is Doug Van Dyke’s opinion of working with media colleagues. Doug enjoys the energy associated with live television and radio broadcasts. In fact, only one of his more than 20 television and radio appearances was not conducted live.
With regard to writing, it is one of Doug’s passions. He always views it as an honor to be published. With topics ranging from leadership
, from coaching
, Doug enjoys appealing to a diverse audience. With a published book
, two more on the horizon, over 40 published articles, and blogs for four organizations, Doug is a voracious writer. Whether TV or print, here is what Doug Van Dyke’s media colleagues have to say about their experience:
"That was great. Come back and visit us next time you are in New York!" - Steve Bartelstein, CBS Sunday Morning, New York, NY
"Doug is a true pro who connects with his readers and clients to bring out the best in them." - Bevv Beirl. CEO/Editor in Chief, Bay Area Business Magazine, Tampa, FL
Tips for Being a Better Leader on the Job: WFLA TV Tampa
Doug Van Dyke talks with Gayle Guyardo on NBC in Tampa.
In the Workplace - Habits of a Good Leader: CBS NY Sunday Morning
Doug Van Dyke appears on CBS Sunday Morning in New York with Mary Calvi and Steve Bartelstein.
Composing Professional Emails: CBS Tampa Bay's 10
Doug Van Dyke appeares on CBS in Tampa Bay.
Creating Better Collaboration in the Workplace: First Business, Chicago
Doug Van Dyke, author of "Leadership Simplified" appears on First Business in Chicago.
Developing Teamwork in the Workplace: Tampa Bay's 10 (CBS Affiliate)
Doug Van Dyke joins Ginger Gadsden from CBS's 10 News This Morning.
Working Together: LWR Life Magazine
For better for worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health… but what about in business and in bed? Can a married couple have a successful relationship and business? What possesses two people who have already pledged their troth to each other (what in the world is that, anyway?) to also join their fortunes?
Doug Van Dyke's bio