Jun 23 2015

Everybody Matters Podcast: Seamus Lafferty

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The concept of Truly Human Leadership is so remarkably simple. It’s not a complicated concept and yet it is something that we actually have to work at… sometimes we have to reinforce it within ourselves and sometimes we have to reinforce it within others around us. These are the words of Seamus Lafferty, president of …

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Jun 17 2015

Today’s Cleaners, Tomorrow’s Leaders

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Tomorrow’s leaders are walking through your organization’s doors today. Are you ready for them? I recently posed that question on this blog. This new generation, the Millennials, will make up two-thirds of the workforce in 15 years. They want to work for companies who have cultures where all team members can thrive. They want you …

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Jun 10 2015

Leadership Lesson: Tim Noonan

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For most of his adult life, Tim Noonan dreamed of completing an Ironman triathlon. But that presented a problem. Actually two problems: Tim, a lifelong runner, never swam more than a few hundred yards and he did not own a bike. Undeterred, he simply followed the same advice he often shares with the people he …

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Jun 08 2015

Everybody Matters Podcast: Lynne Twist

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This week’s episode of the Everybody Matters podcast features a little bit of talk about listening. Author and “pro-activist,” Lynne Twist is our guest this week. For decades, Lynne 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 …

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Jun 03 2015

Sharing Our Message: BW Leadership Institute

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Last summer, regular readers of this blog will remember that we rolled out a brand new corporate identity for Barry-Wehmiller. As a result of our cultural transformation, we had changed significantly as an organization and we wanted our brand to reflect that.  We had worked hard to establish a culture centered upon care, compassion and …

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