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.
Bob Chapman Talks to Conscious Capitalism Brazil
On this episode of our podcast, we'd like to share one of our CEO, Bob Chapman's, international virtual speaking events, where he shared our message of Truly Human Leadership with Conscious Capitalism Brazil.
No matter where you are in the world, everyone wants to know that who they are and what they do matters.
Peter Docker, Leading from the Jumpseat
Peter Docker served for 25 years as a Royal Air Force senior officer. He has been a Force Commander during combat flying operations and has seen service across the globe. His career has spanned from professional pilot, to leading an aviation training and standards organization, teaching postgraduates at the UK’s Defense College, to flying the British prime minister around the world.
You may recognize Peter from his work with our friend, Simon Sinek. Peter worked with Simon for over 7 years and was one of the founding ‘Igniters’ on Simon’s team. He was a co-author of Find Your Why: A Practical Guide for Discovering Purpose for You and Your Team.
In December 2019, Peter stepped away from Simon’s team to focus on sharing his wider insights into how organizations thrive. He just released a new book, Leading From The Jumpseat: How to Create Extraordinary Opportunities by Handing Over Control.
This episode features an interview with Peter Docker and Sara Hannah, managing partner of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute.
Treating the People in Your Business Like Family
Family is a word that carries many different meanings for different people. When it comes to business, incorporating family is not always looked at as a good thing. But what if we treated those within our business, those with whom we worked as family? On this podcast, we explore the idea of family in business. Bob Chapman talks about how leadership is like parenting and we hear from actual family members who work together at BW Papersystems in Phillips, Wisconsin.
David Mead On the Traits of Human Leadership
You may know David Mead, as the first of Simon Sinek’s “Igniters,” who helped share Simon’s simple, inspiring ideas through speaking and workshops to over 225 companies on 5 continents. David recently spoke on a webinar hosted by Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute: Behind the Curtain: How to Drop the Act and Lead With Character. Listen as David describes the traits truly human leaders have and think about whether you're emulating those things with those within your span of care.
A Career of Service: Tim Sullivan
Tim Sullivan, Barry-Wehmiller board member and recently retired Group President, Paper and Converting, talks about his leadership journey in our organization. Tim talks about the evolution of Truly Human Leadership in Barry-Wehmiller, including our response to the 2008-2009 economic downturn. Tim also talks about how a culture of Truly Human Leadership impacts the people within a business, as well as its customers.
THL Refresher: The Future of Work with Jacob Morgan
A flashback to our first podcast discussion. Jacob Morgan, author, speaker and futurist, talked about the future of the workplace and the difference between leadership and management.
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.