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.
Balancing Emotion and Logic in Making Better Decisions
On this episode, Matt Whiat, the founding partner of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute, Barry-Wehmiller’s leadership and culture consulting arm, discusses how leaders can balance emotion and logic for better decision making.
Matt explains how emotionally intelligent leaders make smarter decisions that inspire others to take action, build trust, and increase resiliency.
THL Refresher: Lynne Twist on Listening and the Soul of Money
Author and “pro-activist,” Lynne Twist has worked to alleviate poverty and hunger and supported social justice and environmental sustainability. Her tenure as chief fundraising officer for The Hunger Project is among her many accomplishments, she helped raise over 200 million dollars. She is a passionate advocate of Barry-Wehmiller's listening skills training. This is a compilation of her two appearances on our podcast.
What if Truly Human Leadership was taught and ingrained in the consciousness of future leaders, before they are placed in a position of harming lives because they lack the tools to lead?
On this episode of our podcast, Ann Brock, Director of Student Leadership Development at Charlotte Latin School in Charlotte, NC, talks about their efforts to develop young leaders and how they have integrated aspects of Barry-Wehmiller's leadership training into their curriculum.
THL Refresher: Amy Cuddy and Simon Sinek
Harvard Business School professor and author Amy Cuddy, author Simon Sinek and Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman discuss leadership and culture after a visit to BW facilities in Wisconsin. To download or subscribe to the EverybodyMatters podcast via iTunes or other platforms, go to: https://www.barrywehmiller.com/blog/podcasts
Mark C. Crowley and Leading From the Heart
This week’s Truly Human Leadership podcast is a conversation with Mark C. Crowley, a consultant, speaker, podcast host and author of the book, Lead From the Heart: Heart-Based Leadership for the 21st Century.
Mark talks about the lessons leaders have learned or not learned over the past year, along with other topics like leadership pre and post pandemic, mental health and the workplace, working from home, leading remote teams and much more.
From the Archives: The Why
Resharing the first episode of our podcast, that was formerly named "Everybody Matters." This episode was a sort of statement of purpose for what was to come. It features Barry-Wehmiller CEO, Bob Chapman's TEDx talk on "The Crisis of Leadership. It also features Matt Whiat of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute, who tells the story of how that TEDx came to be. It's a good companion listen to "What is Truly Human Leadership?"
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.