It's not bribes.
My mother always told me- We can all be bought, we're just haggling over the price.
She has a price, too. And since she's 2, I can promise you it's a really really cheap price.
My firstborn was great at letting me talk on the phone. It was his sucker time. $4 bag of dum dums, no more problem. Look, talking on the phone is a treat for me, so why not give her a treat too? When the act of eating the dum dum is not that interesting, strip her to her undies and put a spray bottle of water on the tray. Then let her spray water, then "paint" with the dum dum. Wipe her down or toss her in the bath when you're done. In fact, the bath gave me an extra 15 minutes of talk time.
1) let her dress a doll for school. Paper dolls are easier than real dolls- they make magnetic ones now.
2) make a paper chart with magnet backs, get creative with all the publishing software we have available now and actually print HER picture and some of HER favorite clothes and make a chart where she can put the magnet clothes on her magnet paper doll of herself on the chart, as you dress her, then they can celebrate together (paper her and real her) that they are dressed and ready to go.
3) make sure you have a full length mirror at her level so she can see herself dressed and ready to go.
4) I kept a stash of cookies in the car that were ONLY for eating if we were fully dressed and buckled into our car seats.
Make life FUN and something she WANTS to be a part of! And then have an expectation that she WANTS to be a part of the JOY!
Look, I just went on a trip to Target with my FOUR youngest kids- 12, 10, 7 and 5. OH there was a continuous chorus of "Ohhhhhh!" and "pretty" and even 100 "Can I have's" but all I had to say is "That's not what we came for, we came for socks and undies and to check the Halloween clearance aisle." I just lather, rinse, repeat... and then "Last call for socks and undies, we're on the home stretch making a beeline right for the cash register! Last call!" We saw kids on every aisle crying and screaming for what they wanted, but I had a troupe of kids who sighed and said "I wish...well, it's not what we came for." And then a sibling replied "Can you IMAGINE cleaning up your room if you bought EVERYTHING you asked for!!!"
Tossing in a couple more ideas-- hang a quilt on a track on the wall in the room DH makes his calls. When he gets a call, pull the quilt across the door for extra sound proofing.
-- Put a sign on the door that says SSHHHHHHH!!!! Daddy's working!" With a picture of HER making the SHHHHH gesture with Daddy over her shoulder on a mock phone call for the photo op.
-- 1 spoonful of pb + 1 spoonful of jelly + one zipper baggy + one piece of tape over the zipper thing = "finger painting" with no mess. Plus, after the PB&J have been kneaded and mushed together, you can snip the corner and squeeze it out onto crackers or bread and spread. Gives you a nice quiet activity for phone calls.
-- Do the same, but use some instant pudding and then make a parfait to eat when you're off the phone.
-- Magna doodle.
I made her a sticker book with colorful papers from the scrapbooking department, covered with clear contact paper. I sewed mine with rainbow thread, but you could staple. Mine collected her stickers in her very own book-- the front page of which said "E's Sticker Book!" and had a photo of HER on the front.