Jan 28 2015

Portrait of a Better World: Gene Cornelius

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  Barry-Wehmiller’s “Portraits of a Better World” video series features team members from across the organization sharing how Truly Human Leadership is alive in their corner of our global organization. Whether describing their leadership at work, their contributions within their communities or the indirect impact of our culture on their families, these short vignettes give …

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Jan 21 2015

Inspiring A Listening Revolution

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My good friend Bill Ury dreams of someday being out of a job. What he learned from us at Barry-Wehmiller may help make that happen. Ury, a co-founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation and co-author of the international bestseller “Getting to Yes,” is one of the world’s foremost experts on conflict resolution and has spent …

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Jan 16 2015

Guest Post: Marty Moore

Thanks for a New Year By Marty Moore How many times did you say “thanks” in 2014? Was it enough? I’m going to say probably not, because you really never can say thank you too much. Everyone wants to feel appreciated; whether it’s the lady at the dry cleaners, one of your team mates or …

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Jan 14 2015

Faces of Truly Human Leadership II

A few weeks ago, I posted the first in these series of blogs, showcasing Barry-Wehmiller’s hallmark recognition program. Our Guiding Principles of Leadership SSR Award celebrates team members whose thoughts, words and actions embody our people-centric culture. These are elaborate ceremonies. The recipients don’t know they are chosen until it is revealed during the event. …

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Dec 10 2014

Portrait of a Better World: Ron Hefley of Design Group

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Barry-Wehmiller’s “Portraits of a Better World” video series features team members from across the organization sharing how Truly Human Leadership is alive in their corner of our global organization. Whether describing their leadership at work, their contributions within their communities, or the indirect impact of our culture on their families, these short vignettes give voice …

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