Harvard Business School recently published a case study on Barry-Wehmiller. Its authors, Jan Rivkin and Dylan Minor join us this week to talk about the case, why they chose Barry-Wehmiller and why its important for the world of business.
John Foppe, speaker and author of "What's Your Excuse?" was born without arms. Hear John's inspiring story as he redefines challenges and limitations.
Box of Crayons' Michael Bungay Stanier, host of the Great Work Podcast, talks about how leaders can be better coaches and why coaching is important to help everybody in a workplace feel like they matter.
The recession of 2008-2009 was a test for Barry-Wehmiller and its people-centric principles. Hear CEO Bob Chapman and other team members talk about this challenging time, how the company and its people responded and lessons learned.
Matt Whiat of the BW Leadership Institute talks about the work the BWLI has been doing over the past year and presents his TEDx talk, the Insanity of Leadership.
On this episode, we feature Chapter Five from the audio version of Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia's book, Everybody Matters: The Extraordinary Power of Caring For Your People Like Family.
Does emotion and caring have a place in business? Of course. Conscious Capitalism co-founder Raj Sisodia and Nilima Bhat discuss their new book, Shakti Leadership.
Pete Carlson, president of Barry-Wehmiller's BW Container Systems company shares his leadership journey through the manufacturing industry.
Sara Hannah of the BW Leadership Institute and Dwight Perry of Perry International talk leadership, empowerment and people.
A discussion with Anese Cavanaugh, author of Contagious Culture, on how we can use language to build a more positive workplace.
Chris Reimer, author of "Happywork" discusses the real ROI when everyone truly feels they matter at work.
Steve Kemp, president of Barry-Wehmiller's PCMC company in Green Bay, WI shares his personal story of his company's transformation through Truly Human Leadership.
The BW Leadership Institute's Sara Hannah details her leadership journey and talks about the "choice" of leadership.
John Quinn of Engle Martin shares a fascinating story of his leadership journey in the insurance and claims industry. A great example of how Barry-Wehmiller's cultural and leadership principles can apply outside of industrial manufacturing.
Bill Ury, negotiation expert and author of "Getting To Yes" discusses how empathetic listening can make a difference between world leaders and in our day to day life.
Dr. Jerry Zandstra of Inno-Versity talks about the importance of learning and training in the workplace and how it contributes to a culture where everybody matters.
Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia, co-founder of Conscious Capitalism talk about their book, Everybody Matters, in front of a live audience.
Kip Tindell, CEO of The Container Store, talks about how his company came to their people-first culture, how they implemented their Foundation Principles, their stakeholders and lots more.
As an entrepreneur under 30, Kristen Hadeed has a unique perspective on tomorrow's workforce. This week's episode is a discussion of what leaders should know about the generation already walking through their doors.
Trust is given not earned. What does that mean? The "Leadership Freak" Dan Rockwell explores trust with Matt Whiat and Sara Hannah of the BW Leadership Institute.
Tim Noonan, Boeing VP of Training Systems and Govt. Services, talks about his leadership journey and the idea that we're all heroes and helpers in life.
As a companion piece to episode 14 where we talk about Barry Wehmiller's Lean Journey, Jacob Stoller joins us this week to talk about Lean transformations in other companies that use the process to empower people.
Simon Sinek, author of Start With Why, and Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman sit down for an intimate conversation about the connections between business and family.
A look at how Barry-Wehmiller uses the principles of Lean to eliminate frustration at work and send people home more fulfilled.