Michael Pirson is an Associate Professor of Management, Global Sustainability, and Social Entrepreneurship at Fordham University and Research Fellow at Harvard University.
Michael is also part of a group comprised of business leaders and professors from around the world that wants to transform business education into institutions that foster human-centric leaders who honor individual dignity and demonstrate the courage to care for others.
Brian Wellinghoff, Barry-Wehmiller's Director of Strategy, Improvement and Culture, has led Barry-Wehmiller's support of this group. On this podcast, he talks with Michael about humanistic management, what it is and how they are working to Humanize Business Education.
As well as co-authoring the groundbreaking book with Whole Foods’ CEO John Mackey, Raj Sisodia is the co-founder and co-chairman of the Conscious Capitalism organization. A professor at Babson College, he’s written seven books and published hundreds of academic articles.
On this podcast, which reshares our first interview with Raj, he talks about Conscious Capitalism and the process of co-writing our book, Everybody Matters, with our CEO, Bob Chapman. Raj also about his own leadership journey and shares much of the thoughtful insight he’s written and spoken about around the world.
Recognition and celebration is one of the most important ways you can help everybody in your business feel like they matter. This episode is an audio-documentary taking you inside the creation of one of BarryWehmiller's recognition programs and inside a recognition event. The episode features Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman and a number of BW team members.
Darrin Tulley had a dramatic experience where he found out he wasn’t who he thought he was. He wasn’t the leader he thought was. And it completely changed his life.
Darrin is now the CEO and Chief of Possibilities at Ignite Happy. He has a new book out called Live Your Possible: Ignite Your Happy, Authentic Self and Live a Fulfilling Life Rooted in Joy, Inclusion, Love and Possibilities!
On this episode of our podcast, Darrin joins us to talk about work, about creating a more inclusive workplace, looking inward as a leader and he starts off by telling his story of transformation.
We want to help the generations of tomorrow become leaders who care, not managers who manage.
Sophia Town is an assistant professor of organizational behavior in the leading people and organizations area at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University.
Sophia’s classes are guided by the question: How can we use business education to develop compassionate leaders and build a flourishing world?
On this podcast, Sophia and Barry-Wehmiller's Brian Wellinghoff have a conversation about how we can infuse Truly Human Leadership in business education to better train the leaders of tomorrow.
Jane Adshead-Grant has been a very good friend to all of us at Barry-Wehmiller.
She has interviewed our CEO, Bob Chapman, on a number of occasions. She’s worked with us as a facilitator and she was instrumental in putting together Bob’s Truly Human Leadership tour in Europe in 2020.
Most of all, Jane is a tireless advocate for Truly Human Leadership in the world.
Jane has written several books and her most recent one is titled The Listening Coach: Coach Yourself Through the Elements of Listening That are Critical in Life, Business and our Communities.
And our conversation today will be about the power of listening.
Leadership Alliance was founded in St. Louis nearly 24 years ago and has evolved to support local and global businesses across multiple industries in pre-employment testing, executive assessments, leadership development, and succession planning.
Recently, Chapman & Co Leadership Institute Founding Partner, Matt Whiat, sat down with Leadership Alliance Partners, Karen Weller and David Weller to talk about a number of pressing issues in recruiting, engagement and retention in today’s world, including The Great Resignation, building culture over Zoom, remote work polices, how to approach interviews, and they also talk about the way they help companies find, develop and retain talent for the benefit of all involved.
Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman and President Kyle Chapman talk about the company's past, present and future. They detail becoming a $3 Billion company, talk about the company's business strategy and journey to Truly Human Leadership. Along the way they show that businesses can operate with people, purpose and performance in harmony, not one in sacrifice of the other, while providing value for all stakeholders.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Menlo Innovations' Richard Sheridan has written two books on Joy in the workplace, "Joy Inc." and "Chief Joy Officer." But what happens to joy when your company is in crisis? How does a company built on interpersonal interaction with their customers adapt during a pandemic? Rich talks about the shift Menlo had to make during the past 15 months, what it means for the future and how impacted his ideas about leadership.
Seamus Lafferty is president of Accraply, a company that manufactures labeling machines and is part of Barry-Wehmiller's BW Packaging Systems comprehensive packaging solution platform. On this episode, Seamus' candid and honest talk shares insights about what it means to be a truly human leader, something that is a journey, lived day by day.
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.
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.
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
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.
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?"
74% of people say the workplace is the leading cause of stress. 54% of workers report that stress from work affects their life at home. 76% of US workers said that workplace stress affected their personal relationships. We need better leadership. Truly Human Leadership. But what is Truly Human Leadership? On this podcast, Bob Chapman, Simon Sinek and Barry Wehmiller team members answer that question and define a way of leading that could be a powerful force for good in the world.
Starting next week, the Everybody Matters Podcast gets a facelift and name change! It will now be called Truly Human Leadership, but don't worry, you'll still get the same great leadership content and insightful interviews as before, just wrapped in a bit different package. Host Brent Stewart explains it all in this 5 min audio.
Next week's episode is titled "What is Truly Human Leadership?" and it features Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman, Simon Sinek and more. If you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform, no worries, you shouldn't have to change a thing. For now, check out our recently revamped website: www.trulyhumanleadership.com
In an economy where choice is abundant and earning attention is a challenge, leaders need to be more intentional than ever before to drive true customer loyalty.
On this episode, Matt Whiat and Barry Kirk of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute, Barry-Wehmiller’s leadership and culture consulting arm, have an in-depth discussion on trends in customer loyalty.
Barry shares why most companies need to rethink their loyalty approach, how it relates to leadership, why your customer experience can never exceed your employee experience, and why the foundation of loyalty starts with understanding that, "Customers are human beings first."