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.
Shawn Murphy, CEO and co-founder of Switch and Shift talks about how to create an "Optimistic Workplace."
Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman and Conscious Capitalism Co-Founder Raj Sisodia talk about their book, Everybody Matters: The Extraordinary Power of Caring For Your People Like Family, and their hope that it will challenge the way people think about business and how they define leadership.
Recognition and celebration is one of the most important ways you can help everybody in your business feel like they matter. This week's episode is an audio-documentary taking you inside one of BarryWehmiller's recognition programs, featuring Bob Chapman and a number of team members.
Serving others is essential to creating a workplace and a world where everybody matters. This episode, Bob Burg, speaker and author of The Go-Giver talks about looking outside ourselves in our work and focusing on others.
Business can be a force for good. Raj Sisodia, who co-wrote "Conscious Capitalism" with Whole Foods CEO John Mackey joins us on the podcast. Raj is also the co-author of Barry-Wehmiller's upcoming book, "Everybody Matters" with CEO Bob Chapman.
John Michel, former Air Force General and author of The Art of Leadership, talks about his leadership experieces in the military and in transforming corporate culture.
Author, speaker and futurist Jacob Morgan talks about the future of the workplace, how he became engaged in the discussion of those issues, and the difference between leadership and management.
Rich Sheridan is the author of "Joy Inc." and the CEO and Chief Storyteller of Menlo Innovations, a company that builds custom software. Like Barry-Wehmiller, Menlo has a unique culture that they want to share with the world. We call it Truly Human Leadership, they call it “the business value of joy.”
Seamus Lafferty, president of Barry-Wehmiller's Accraply division, tells his leadership story. This 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.
Author and "pro-activist," Lynne Twist is this week's guest. Fr decades, Lynne has worked to alleviate poverty and hunger and supported social justice and environmental sustainability. Lynne talks about her work and also about the importance of empathetic listening.
Barry-Wehmiller recently launched the BW Leadership Institute, a way for us to take our message of people-centric leadership into the world. This week's podcast takes you inside the why of the BW Leadership Institute, talking to it's managing partners, Brian Wellinghoff, Sara Hannah and Matt Whiat.
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.
Matt Whiat, Barry-Wehmiller Director of Outreach Programs, tells the story of how CEO Bob Chapman's TEDx talk came about. A facinating and touching story that began in Afghanistan with author Simon Sinek.