Business can be the most powerful force for good if it's leaders care about the lives they touch. Every stakeholder in a business matters, especially the people in the workplace. On the Everybody Matters podcast, you’ll hear about what it means to be conscious leaders and have a conscious business. You'll hear from voices of inspirational leadership like Simon Sinek, Amy Cuddy, Raj Sisodia of Conscious Capitalism and many more. You'll also hear stories and insights learned through Barry-Wehmiller and it's CEO Bob Chapman’s transformation to traditional business management to Truly Human Leadership.
Ep. 95: Donna Hicks, Leading With Dignity
There is a poverty of dignity in the world. How does this intersect with business and leadership and how can leaders change this? Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman starts off this episode talking about the importance of listening and it's connection to dignity. Then, Harvard Professor and conflict negotiator Donna Hicks helps us unpack what dignity is and how it can be restored and honored.
Ep. 94: Amy Edmondson and Leadership Blind Spots
How often do we, as leaders, fully realize the impact our actions have on others? Do we have blind spots in our leadership that obscure behaviors hurting our people instead of helping them?
Find out how you can recognize and fill in the gaps of your leadership in this conversation with Harvard Business School Professor Amy C. Edmondson and Aaron Dimmock and Sara Hannah of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute.
Ep. 93: Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia in Conversation
Recently, Barry-Wehmiller CEO, Bob Chapman, and his friend and co-author of Everybody Matters, Raj Sisodia, appeared in a webinar for the Boston chapter of Conscious Capitalism. Titled “Creating and Sustaining Caring Cultures,” Bob and Raj shared insights from their respective leadership journeys and discussed current events.
Ep. 92: Dr. Casey Chosewood and Total Worker Health
You may have heard our CEO, Bob Chapman, say that the person you report to at work is more important to your health than your primary care physician. It’s an amazing claim, but the research to back it up can be traced to Dr. L. Casey Chosewood, the Director of the Office for Total Worker Health at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Learn more in this in-depth discussion about wellness and work.
Ep. 91: Diversity and Inclusion, Fred Falker and Matt Whiat
Fred Falker has pioneered a new way of thinking about diversity and inclusion, differences, and has a powerful and practical new approach to connecting with others. On this episode, Fred and Matt Whiat of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute have an in-depth discussion about the work companies need to do to build more inclusive and collaborative cultures.
Ep. 90: Higher Purpose Series pt. 4, Case Studies of Purpose
Part four, the finale, of our Higher Purpose Series. Hear what happens when companies embrace a higher purpose as a cornerstone of their business, featuring Gerry Anderson of DTE Energy and Bob Chapman of Barry-Wehmiller.
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A must-listen for leadership teams!
Sometimes we’re so busy with numbers and quotas and we forget the team members that actually make it happen for us! This podcast is one of the best ones to help you redirect and get you back on track on taking care of the most precious asset of your company - your employees! The host knows it's not always rainbows and butterflies so it comes in the sweet spot of inspiring and motivating! Great guests and topics! As always!
REFRESHING podcast: fresh air + fresh thinking
As a podcast host myself, I'm pretty picky about what podcasts I listen to. In my book, the conversations on Everybody Matters are insightful and engaging, but more than that, they are encouraging.
I'd give it 10 stars if that was an option. Keep spreading the love and the word that Everybody Matters.
A terrible company
I am so sad that they keep pushing these ideas when they are really all about the money. Their management would sell their employees out to make a buck. They make it sound good, but I know from experience that they are bad people.