May 27 2015

Is Your Business Millennial Ready?

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What would happen if, during the next few years, half of your workforce retired? Could you find the people you need to sustain your business? In the manufacturing industry, there is cause for concern. A recent Industry Market Barometer report about the future of manufacturing showed that nearly half of the manufacturing workforce was aged …

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May 25 2015

Everybody Matters Podcast: Amy Cuddy and Simon Sinek

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This week’s episode of our “Everybody Matters” podcast features a discussion between two great thinkers who have become good friends of Barry-Wehmiller. Amy Cuddy, a Harvard Business School professor, has the second most watched TED talk in the world. She is a social psychologist whose first book Presence will be released Nov. 3. Simon Sinek …

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May 18 2015

Sharing Our Message: Everybody Matters

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Why? Because seven out of eight people believe the company they work for does not care about them. Because everybody should have the opportunity to use their gifts and talents toward a shared vision. Because people should not be merely a means to a company’s financial success. Because people want to be led, not managed. …

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May 11 2015

Our New Podcast: Everybody Matters

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A few years ago, friends like bestselling author Simon Sinek and respected author and speaker Srikumar Rao, PhD, challenged Barry-Wehmiller to share our message of Truly Human Leadership with the world. They said it would be selfish of us if we didn’t. We took that charge to heart. Speaking engagements are one of the ways …

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May 05 2015

The Cost of Safety

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Google “worker safety” and you’ll find many headlines like this one: The higher costs of providing workers’ compensation benefits in risky occupations may lead employers to improve safety in order to lower their insurance costs. That’s the traditional business view – that safety is a cost issue for business. It is, but not in the …

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