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Best Wehmiller podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Wehmiller podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Business can be the most powerful force for good if it's leaders care about the lives they touch. Every stakeholder in a business matters, especially the people in the workplace. On the Everybody Matters podcast, you’ll hear about what it means to be conscious leaders and have a conscious business. You'll hear from voices of inspirational leadership like Simon Sinek, Amy Cuddy, Raj Sisodia of Conscious Capitalism and many more. You'll also hear stories and insights learned through Barry-Wehm ...
 
Mere Mortals Unite provides skills and techniques so you can discover your superpowers. The result is an increase in success and joy in your life and the lives of those that surround you. You don’t have to be a celebrity to possess these superpowers, but you do have to find them. Mere Mortals will take you from ordinary to extraordinary, from mere mortal to super hero. Together we’ll find simple solutions that create big results. Let’s change the world one person at a time, starting with you!
 
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Rhonda Spencer is the Chief People Officer at Barry Wehmiller. She oversees two critical teams that inspire personal growth of team members, cultivates leaders within its ten divisional companies, and foster Barry-Wehmiller’s dynamic people-first culture: Organizational Empowerment and Culture & People Development. The Organizational Empowerment Te…
 
Contrary to popular thought, gratitude does have a place inside of every workplace. For more than a decade, researchers have been studying the effects of a positive mindset and its byproducts of increased productivity, creativity, and engagement. Gratitude creates an optimistic way of thinking. Are you aware that grateful people can have 10% fewer …
 
In this episode, I talk about the importance of flexibility. Being flexible is having the ability to adapt to new, different and changing environments. Since our world is constantly in flux, the skill of flexibility is mandatory for a successful and happy life. In today’s quickly changing world, the ability to think and act differently is essential…
 
Rhonda Leeman Taylor is a native of Canada. She was one of the founding pioneers of woman’s Canadian hockey as it was being reborn in the 1980s. She is now involved in assisting companies with their marketing and recruiting with specialized software at Advos, the HR Marketers and Fuel 50. This is a candid conversation about women in the workplace, …
 
It’s important to understand that no matter where you are on the organizational chart, at some time, even if not all the time, you ARE a leader that someone is looking to for guidance, approval and permission. That comes with some responsibilities, for instance, how do you empower those that ARE looking to you for guidance? The definition of empowe…
 
Our Community Listens, the non-profit founded by Bob and Cynthia Chapman has brought Barry-Wehmiller’s listening skills training to 33 communities and 10,000 lives in the last nine years. On this week’s Everybody Matters Podcast you’ll hear an amazing story about how OCL now has a partner in the far east. Listen to David Vandermolen, Rebecca Emerso…
 
Gethin Nadin is the Director of Employee Wellbeing at Benefex. They believe that everyone deserves an exceptional experience at work, every day and they build workplace technology that makes this happen. They are the producer of OneHub which is an award-winning employee benefit, reward, recognition and communications platform. We are going to be ta…
 
Shep Hyken is the CAO (Chief Amazement Officer) of Shepard Presentations. As a customer service and experience expert and keynote speaker, Shep works with companies who want to build loyal relationships with their customers and employees. His focus is on delivering amazing customer service, customer engagement, managing the customer experience and …
 
Welcome to 2020. It is a new year and you are probably filled with personal and professional goals. Unfortunately, some research has shown that less than 25% of you will keep your personal resolutions past 30 days and only 8% of you will keep them over time. Of course, in business, this would spell disaster. But it is still a struggle, mainly becau…
 
Today I’m highlighting the importance of disengagement and how it can heighten your ability of resilience. This episode is not about you being disengaged from the work you do. On the contrary, the type of disengagement I’m going to talk about will actually raise your engagement in everything that you do. It may seem contradictory, but listen throug…
 
Allison Pickens, COO at Gainsight, is an internationally known thought leader on driving subscription revenue growth and scaling teams. As the Chief Operating Officer, Allison is focused on generating excellence in company-wide strategy and execution, as well as new corporate development opportunities and evangelism. Allison was named one of Fortun…
 
Raphael Crawford Marks is the founder and CEO of Bonusly. This program improves employee engagement and retention by providing a frictionless tool for employees to give meaningful praise and feedback. Chobani and Survey Monkey are just a few of the companies that think this is the path to take. Raphael shares the importance of engagement being, tim…
 
Today I am thrilled to come to you and talk about one of my favorite topics, Communication. You might have heard that communication is a soft skill. I always wonder how that can be. Without good communication skills, how can you collaborate with your colleagues, sell your product or service or learn new ideas? Communication is an essential skill. W…
 
Jonathan Keyser used to be ruthless in the cut throat business of real estate. He’s living proof that selfless service will transform a business to new successful heights. His company, Keyser is the largest commercial real estate tenant representative firm in Arizona and one of the fastest growing in the country. Jonathan’s “selfless service” model…
 
Today my guest is Christopher O’Donnell, Senior VP of Product at HubSpot. HubSpot is a leader when it comes to inbound marketing and sales programs. Christopher was recently named one of the best product leaders of 2019. HubSpot is a developer and marketer of software products for inbound marketing and sales. Its products and services aim to provid…
 
What does it mean to you to be in a community? Usually one aspect is that you have at least one common denominator. The most familiar is location, like the neighborhood you live in. What if you thought about your workplace as a neighborhood? Collaboration and Community create a sense of belonging. Humans have craved a sense of belonging ever since …
 
Although I would have had Scott McKain as a guest, just for his voice, he is a consummate speaker, thinker and author. Scott is a globally recognized authority on how organizations and professionals create distinction to attract and retain customers — and stand out in a hyper-competitive marketplace. Scott talks about his four cornerstones of disti…
 
There just isn't enough celebration and recognition in our workplaces. We spend way too much time thinking about what went wrong or what we can do better. That’s important, but so is the other side. You might think about how someone did a good job, but individuals don’t usually take the time to express it. I think mainly because they just don’t thi…
 
Karen Brown is CEO of Velocity Leadership Consulting. She is an expert in the field of high performance and personal leadership. Her mission is to work with leaders who are willing to conquer their limiting beliefs to grow themselves and their organizations. She talks about the importance of whether leaders cast a shadow or shed light on their work…
 
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 skil…
 
Now I have the opportunity to speak to you about one of my favorite topics, attitude. This is truly the one aspect of your life that you are entirely in control of. I highly suggest you utilize this personal power and accept it as a gift along with its responsibilities. Once you realize you have expansive personal power over your attitude, then you…
 
Today my guest is Todd Hopkins founder and CEO of Office Pride Commercial Cleaning Services. I pride myself on finding different industries to have on this podcast to prove the point that it doesn’t matter what kind of business you are in or what size company you have….culture makes a difference in your success. Todd understands that the people wor…
 
Paying attention and focus is a part of life that people in general don’t even think about. Parts of your life become so automatic you never think about taking the time to listen to and actually see your own words or thoughts or deeds. This automatic behavior can be very disruptive. In this episode I talk about the importance of paying attention an…
 
Today my guest is Tevis Trower, founder and CEO of Balance Integration (BI). She is truly a pioneer in the field of cultural transformation at work. Inspired by a deeper vision in which employees flourished at work, Trower humbly launched Balance Integration as a corporate yoga and mindfulness solution in 2002. She has expanded Balance’s services i…
 
Julie Ann Sullivan here, your visionary leader for the day. Today I am going to share with you ideas about how being more accountable creates more success. Imagine what it would be like to work in an environment where no one did what they said they would do? Maybe you’ve worked in a place like that. It’s pretty frustrating, right? Especially if you…
 
My guest today is Michelle Hayward, CEO of Bluedog Design. Bluedog Design is a business consulting firm focused on building company purpose, integrated strategy and innovation. The leadership team at Bluedog believes that they are in service to their employees and their culture. Their focus on their humans was a big reason I invited Michelle today.…
 
I was actually proud of myself from stepping back and taking my own advice I have given to so many others…which is; when you are full up and feeling burnout is very close, take some time to breathe. If you miss what you were doing, go back, if you are relieved to have it behind you fill the void by taking another path. I recently wrote to a friend,…
 
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…
 
Our guest today is Dr. Nido Qubein. Nido serves as the President of High Point University. He came to this country with $50 and all of his success has been a process of education, fortitude and generosity. My favorite quote of this episode is: when you train someone, you show them the how, when you educate someone you show them the why. When you tr…
 
On this episode, I speak with Phil Cohen, founder and CEO of Cohen Architectural Woodworking. His story is very different. His upbringing experience was filled with violence, suicide and drug and alcohol abuse. Eventually, it grabbed him in. His journey to turn his life around, several times, created his unusual hiring practices and the creation of…
 
Leslie Tayne is the founder and managing director of the Tayne Law Group. They specialize in consumer and business financial debt related services. Her idea of an open workspace creates a special comradery among her workforce. She is very aware of the heartaches of her clients and how it affects her employees. Leslie’s empathy for her clients is a …
 
Lee Smith is the founder and CEO of SalesFuel. When doing research on the company and Lee, I was intrigued by his philosophy that every member of a company has an impact on sales. I couldn’t agree more. That enlightenment is essential for great leaders to succeed AND the power it has for every member of the workforce is amazing. Lee clearly underst…
 
Shannon Adkins is a thought leader and CEO of this woman-owned, 100% employee-owned consulting company with a triple bottom line where people get to be themselves. After years of working for startups, tech companies, and in corporate America, getting her MBA, and starting a family, Shannon decided she wanted to work somewhere where she could be ful…
 
My guest today is Jim Estill, owner and CEO of Danby Appliances. Jim’s has an intriguing program that I wanted to share with our audience because helping people get a new start in life is a gift. Jim philanthropic work most recently involved sponsoring 60 Syrian Refugee families. In 2018 Jim received the Order of Canada, which recognizes a lifetime…
 
Michele McGough is the founder and CEO of Solutions4Networks(S4Nets). Her past experience made her realize that the employees in the company she formed 20 years ago, needed to be happy and feel fulfilled. She pays for her employee’s total health benefits, even a family and training is on her time and her dime. Collaboration is highly rated in her w…
 
Brian Cristiano is the founder and CEO of Bold Worldwide, an ad agency which accelerates growth by telling a company’s story. Like many companies, Bold Worldwide has a standard set of core values. However, at Bold, these core values have been developed by leadership along with the employees. The result is a shared mindset and vision. This is a big …
 
In November 2015, Australian brothers, James and Tristan Swanwick launched their sleep company, Swanwick Sleep and its blue light blocking glasses. James and Tristan wore the glasses the last hour before they wanted to sleep. The lens blocked the blue light and they got sleepier, quicker. They slept the entire night. They woke up refreshed with lot…
 
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