The final of a three-part series, Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman answers your questions! Followers of our social media accounts submitted questions for Bob on leadership, education and he gives advice to current leaders.
Part two of Barry-Wehmiller CEO, Bob Chapman, answering questions submitted by our social media audience.
Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman answers your questions! Followers of our social media accounts submitted questions for on leadership, professionalism, communication and many other topics. Hear what Bob has to say.
When we show up in a manner that is life-giving, rather than life-draining, it creates the space for you and others to do their best, be their best. Anese Cavanaugh returns to the Everybody Matters Podcast to talk about how you can be that kind of contagious leader.
Matt Whiat of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute talks about feedback. Why should we give feedback? How should we give feedback? What kind of feedback is the most constructive? He also provides exercises on how to give constructive feedback to use in your everyday leadership journey.
Lisa Waite, a professor in communication studies at Kent State University, who teaches a course titled Business and Professional Communication, discusses incorporating Barry-Wehmiller's empathetic listening curriculum and CEO Bob Chapman's TEDx talk into her college courses, as well as the effect it has had on her students and their leadership skills.
Astonishing outcomes result from helping the people in your business or organization feel valued, wanted and welcomed. Good leadership does all those things. Shawn Murphy, author of Work Tribes, joins the podcast to talk about belonging in the workplace.
Raj Sisodia and Michael Gelb have a new book, The Healing Organization. It's not about the business of healing, it's about business as healing. It's about business as a force for good, not destruction. Raj and Michael talk about their new book and tell some of the stories contained within on this episode of the Everybody Matters Podcast.
Cynthia Bayuk-Bishop became a student of Barry-Wehmiller's Truly Human Leadership and listening skills curriculum when she was trying to change the atmosphere and culture of her school district. Now, she's teaching those same skills to middle and high school students. Listen to the story of how she's trying to change the world by teaching teenagers how to listen.
Dr. Rosie Ward joins the podcast to talk about how the workplace affects wellbeing and what leaders can do to help their people and their business.
Is the workplace killing us? What are the links between the workplace and wellness? These are some of the issues addressed by Stanford professor and author, Dr. Jeffrey Pfeffer and Barry-Wehmiller CEO, Bob Chapman, in an edited presentation of a webinar hosted by Vitality.
Jane Adshead-Grant, a leadership mentor and coach who works with the BW Leadership Institute, shares the challenges her clients face in a changing corporate landscape and they keys to overcoming them.
How do you grown and sustain a culture of people-centric leadership in more than 200 locations across the globe? Rhonda Spencer, Barry-Wehmiller's Chief People Officer talks about how we try to do that in our organization and about her role as the steward of our company's values. Along the way she shares some of the nuts and bolts of how we put the big ideas of our CEO, Bob Chapman, into practice.
Kris Schaeffer has been helping to create moral and conscious cultures in business for more than 40 years. Kris shares insights and lessons from throughout her career and discusses a Conscious Capitalism "Sight Visit" to a Barry-Wehmiller facility.
Michael Gelb started his career as a juggler who performed on stage with Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones. That skill led to a whole new world of research, coaching and writing about how genius thinking can facilitate better personal, organization and leadership development. Michael truly believes business can be a force for good in the world and he talks about how creativity can help people in the workplace feel like they matter.
The football program of Kimberly High School in Wisconsin has a 100-6 record in the eight years Coach Steve Jones has been head coach. However, Coach Jones doesn't talk to his players about winning, but what it means to be a winner. He credits the culture of servant leadership in his football program as the reason for their success. On this episode of our podcast, Coach Jones talks about that culture of leadership and how it relates to leadership in business or any organization.
One of the most powerful things we can do as leaders in business or other organization is to stop seeing the people within our span of care as objects or functions. They're people. David Vandermolen of Barry-Wehmiller University talks us through realizing this in our own lives.
A look at how Barry-Wehmiller uses the principles of Lean to eliminate frustration, not waste at work and send people home more fulfilled.
Note: This episode of the Everybody Matters Podcast was originally posted in Nov 2015. We recently discovered that the episode stream had a number of technical issues, including lost information that left the episode incomplete. We're taking this opportunity to repost the entire, complete episode without errors.