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It’s always exciting to see our message of Truly Human Leadership take hold in many different types of organizations, all over the world. This week’s guest post is from Rob Coulston, a good friend of ours in the UK who has written about his experiences with our BW Leadership Institute. If you are in the […]
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We can’t say this enough: The way we lead influences the way people live. Most leaders rarely stop to think about the true impact of their decisions and actions on those in their span of care. But you see it played out every day inside cubicles, behind counters, in offices and in the manufacturing facilities […]
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You might recall a year ago when an interview featuring my good friend Simon Sinek “went viral.” Simon was, once again, answering the “Millennial Question.” He was addressing the stereotypes of this new generation in the workforce and offering advice to leaders who are apparently baffled by challenge of leading them. I gave my thoughts […]
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With the holiday season in full swing, I wanted to share with you a story about another very generous man with a big, red cherry nose who brought smiles to those he met. His name is Murphy Whitsitt, and he is a Field Serviceman for our Baldwin Technology Company. His story deserves to be told […]
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On this week’s episode of the Everybody Matters Podcast, we continue our conversation from the 50th episode, covering such topics as: How companies can truly do good in society The importance of having a vision What makes a great leader The healthcare crisis and its relationship to the workplace Thanks you for listening to the […]
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Imagine going to get coffee for your team and finding your coffee maker had been repossessed. In the early 1980s, Barry-Wehmiller was in trouble as a business, but we learned to embrace the lessons that arise during times of adversity and uncover the opportunities hidden within periods of crisis. I tell this story in my […]
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In the US, it’s time again when families break out the turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie – to celebrate Thanksgiving, a great reminder to express gratitude for the blessings in life and for those around you. Unfortunately, it’s a reminder we need once a day, not just once a year. But expressing our feelings to […]
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Someone from a major health organization once told me that the person you report to at work can be more important to your health than your family doctor. We haven’t been able to corroborate that statement but it makes sense. Think about it. Not to denigrate the fine work done in the medical community, but […]
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Today is World Kindness Day. Every year on November 13th, since 1998 when the World Kindness Movement introduced the day, people have been encouraged to perform random acts of kindness. I dream of a world where we don’t need a day to remind us to be more kind. As the executive director of Our Community […]
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A few weeks ago, my good friend and co-author of Everybody Matters: The Extraordinary Power of Caring For Your People like Family, Raj Sisodia, spoke as part of the STLeadership at Work series in St. Louis. It’s a new regular discussion event hosted and facilitated by the BW Leadership Institute. As always, Raj was profoundly […]
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