Dr. Alise Cortez, host of the Working on Purpose radio show joins this episode to talk about some of the insights from the crazy year that has been 2020. Things she's learned from the leaders she's talked to and leadership insights we hope carry into 2021.
There is a poverty of dignity in the world. How does this intersect with business and leadership and how can leaders change this? Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman starts off this episode talking about the importance of listening and it's connection to dignity. Then, Harvard Professor and conflict negotiator Donna Hicks helps us unpack what dignity is and how it can be restored and honored.
How often do we, as leaders, fully realize the impact our actions have on others? Do we have blind spots in our leadership that obscure behaviors hurting our people instead of helping them?
Find out how you can recognize and fill in the gaps of your leadership in this conversation with Harvard Business School Professor Amy C. Edmondson and Aaron Dimmock and Sara Hannah of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute.
Recently, Barry-Wehmiller CEO, Bob Chapman, and his friend and co-author of Everybody Matters, Raj Sisodia, appeared in a webinar for the Boston chapter of Conscious Capitalism. Titled “Creating and Sustaining Caring Cultures,” Bob and Raj shared insights from their respective leadership journeys and discussed current events.
You may have heard our CEO, Bob Chapman, say that the person you report to at work is more important to your health than your primary care physician. It’s an amazing claim, but the research to back it up can be traced to Dr. L. Casey Chosewood, the Director of the Office for Total Worker Health at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Learn more in this in-depth discussion about wellness and work.
Fred Falker has pioneered a new way of thinking about diversity and inclusion, differences, and has a powerful and practical new approach to connecting with others. On this episode, Fred and Matt Whiat of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute have an in-depth discussion about the work companies need to do to build more inclusive and collaborative cultures.
Part four, the finale, of our Higher Purpose Series. Hear what happens when companies embrace a higher purpose as a cornerstone of their business, featuring Gerry Anderson of DTE Energy and Bob Chapman of Barry-Wehmiller.
Articulating your higher purpose as a company can be difficult. It must be inspirational. It must unite your people. It must articulate the unique gift you bring to the world.
On this episode of the Everybody Matters Podcast, a number of experts and practitioners get into the nuts and bolts of getting started in finding and articulating your purpose. You’ll hear from Nick Craig of Core Leadership Institute, Stacey Tank of The Home Depot and Marc Braun and John Kramer of Cambridge Engineering.
Stuart Bunderson and Victor Strecher dig into the ways that having a higher purpose affects people within a business.
In part one of this “Higher Purpose Series,” two Truly Human Leaders look at having a higher purpose in business in a socio-economic context. You’ll hear from Bob Quinn, a professor emeritus at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business and a co-founder of the Center for Positive Organizations, and Anjan J. Thakor, the John E. Simon Professor of Finance at Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis.
Kristen Hadeed, founder of Student Maid, talks with Sara Hannah and Matt Whiat of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute about the challenges her business has faced during the COVID-19 pandemic and how they've been about to navigate the crisis without sacrificing people or principles.
Sara Hannah and Matt Whiat of Chapman & Co Leadership Institute interview Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman about he handled the 2008-2009 economic downturn and how those lessons can apply to today's business environment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
During exceptional circumstances, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders and team members must adapt and change. Working remotely is one of those ways. How does leadership change in remote work? How can leaders successfully inspire and care for their tea virtually? On this podcast, Barry-Wehmiller Chief People Officer, Rhonda Spencer, and BWU Professor, David Vandermolen, give a thorough training to help those navigating new waters, and those who feel they're old pros.
From senior teams to frontline leaders, how you make decisions matters. To your people, to your business. Whether it's in this current time of crisis -- the COVID-19 or coronavirus pandemic -- or any other time your organization is having difficulty, there are practical tools Truly Human leaders use. On this podcast, Sara Hannah and Matt Whiat of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute present a deep dive for leaders to help them act with compassion, communicate with clarity and make decisions intentionally.
To get trust, you have to freely give it.
This is a tough concept for many people. It’s the opposite of what we normally think. We think of trust as something to be earned. We’ll trust someone when they give us proof that they can be trusted.
But being a leader often means going against conventional thought and reaching out to give when others would grab.
Trust is going to be essential during the exceptional circumstance the world finds itself in right now. Leaders will have to trust their people and vice versa.
On this Everybody Matters Podcast, Matt Whiat and Sara Hannah of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute (formerly BW Leadership Institute) had a discussion on the true meaning of trust with Leadership Freak, Dan Rockwell.
In 2008-2009, our businesses faced significant challenges in an economic downturn. It was completely different than the situation companies are facing today, but the moral of the story is how we responded to a time of crisis. We asked ourselves:
How would a caring family respond?
When your culture is that of a caring family, everyone pulls together in a crisis. Culture is who you are on your worst days.
As our CEO, Bob Chapman, says, "Who you are is shown in tough times, not good times."
This episode of the Everybody Matters Podcast tells the story of how we dealt with a time of crisis and came out of it stronger. Hopefully, it can be an inspiration through a time of uncertainty to leaders who are struggling in making their own decisions right now.
Jacob Morgan recently interviewed more than 140 CEOs and leaders to define The Future Leader. Jacob joins us on this episode to talk about the future of leadership and how that applies to business.