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This episode continues my interview with Bob Chapman, CEO of Barry-Wehmiller Companies, Inc., a manufacturing company with over 8,000 employees. In the last episode we became familiar with Barry-Wehmiller; and how Bob feels personally responsible for every employee that works at his company, how this perspective came about, the justifications and metrics. In this episode we talk about leadership and management. In a very interesting discussion, Bob shares some of the creative and innovative things that he and his company are doing to really create a workplace where people feel fulfilled and engaged — and where they actually want to show up. It is all about his idea of “truly human leadership.” Tune in and listen to Part 2 of this lively discussion!

What you will learn in this episode

  • The corporate culture of Barry-Wehmiller
  • Chapman’s perspective on how companies should measure success
  • Steps companies can take to create a culture like Barry-Wehmiller and Chapman’s activities for sharing the truly human leadership concept
  • Managers vs. leaders: Chapman’s unique perspective
  • Changing the language of business: Eliminating the “M” word
  • Management at Barry-Wehmiller
  • Chapman’s perspective on the impact of robots and automation on Barry-Wehmiller
  • Chapman’s advice to companies and employees

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