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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 ...
 
Why do we have to choose between generating wealth and making a difference? Conscious capitalism is the answer and the way of the future as purpose-driven profits are the ones making the biggest impact on community and worldwide problems. Sebastian Naum is a successful entrepreneur who owns multiple companies and has a knack for public speaking and interviewing. Tune in as he interviews epic conscious leaders, CEOs and entrepreneurs. This show is “unfiltered” because cookie-cutter shows are ...
 
Hosted by transformational coach, entrepreneur, martial artist and psychonaut Nicolas Gregoriades, this show features interviews with accomplished and unique individuals dedicated to helping men lead lives of more passion, adventure and connection. In it we discuss relationships, philosophy, health and many other endeavors affecting the path men take through the modern world.
 
MILLIONAIRE MONDAY RADIO SHOW hosted by June Davidson, President of American Seminar Leaders and Coaching Firm International,, Author,, Keynote platform speaker and Coach, and Robbie Motter Marketing PR Consultant, owner of Robbie Motter dbaContacts Unlimited, Certified National Speaker and Coach and Senior VP of American Seminar Leaders/ Contacts Unlimited Speakers Bureau and NAFE Western and Mid Atlantic Regional CoordinatorRobbie and June are working on a book called THE MILLIONAIRE BLUEP ...
 
What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Spoiler alert: Nothing. This bible verse has endured over the centuries as a reminder that we can't put our price tag on what matters most. Yet, time and again, businesses have put profits above all -- leading our world to the brink of a climate catastrophe, an inequality crisis, and the greatest extinction of other creatures since the dinosaurs (except this time, the meteor is us). Can we align growing returns with the gre ...
 
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Seamus Lafferty is president of Accraply, a company that manufactures labeling machines and is part of Barry-Wehmiller's BW Packaging Systems comprehensive packaging solution platform. On this episode, Seamus' candid and honest talk shares insights about what it means to be a truly human leader, something that is a journey, lived day by day.…
 
Ben Biles is the founder of American Veterans Group, an investment banking firm that donates 25% of its profits to career readiness programs for military veterans across the U.S. In the show, Ben reveals how this started as a profound personal mission that was tied to his best friend from the military who took his own life as he struggled with ment…
 
“It’s not just about what you invest in, it’s about how you invest.” In their new book ‘Letting Go’, Ben Wrobel and Meg Massey make the case that in order to effectively tackle social challenges, philanthropists and impact investors need to cede control of funding decisions to people with lived experiences of the challenges they are trying to solve…
 
Anyone who tells you the entrepreneurial journey is an easy one is lying to you. Successful franchisor Desi Saran shares how the pandemic destroyed his business and brought him to his knees. More importantly, he explains how he was able to find the strength to get back up again. Get a free copy of Nic's and see his other stuff at this link: https:/…
 
On this episode, Matt Whiat, the founding partner of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute, Barry-Wehmiller’s leadership and culture consulting arm, discusses how leaders can balance emotion and logic for better decision making. Matt explains how emotionally intelligent leaders make smarter decisions that inspire others to take action, build trust, an…
 
In this off-season episode, we dig into the WDIP back catalog to revisit a conversation with Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) CEO, Lisa Mensah where we talked about the idea of "finance justice." The original conversation was released in December 2020. The work keeps pressing forward as OFN seeks to build coalitions of investors that believe that …
 
Author and “pro-activist,” Lynne Twist 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 her many accomplishments, she helped raise over 200 million dollars. She is a passionate advocate of Barry-Wehmiller's listening skil…
 
Experience, purpose and connection. All things that make us feel alive. And also key factors for any brand or business to be able to bring to life and form a connection with the guest or customer. Carolene Meli is an expert in the field having traveled all over the world with a leadership role as an experience strategist for Cirque du Soleil. I inv…
 
What if Truly Human Leadership was taught and ingrained in the consciousness of future leaders, before they are placed in a position of harming lives because they lack the tools to lead? On this episode of our podcast, Ann Brock, Director of Student Leadership Development at Charlotte Latin School in Charlotte, NC, talks about their efforts to deve…
 
This weekend is Memorial Day weekend-- the unofficial start of summer... at last! At What Does It Profit, we are officially in the "Off-Season" and busy cleaning house, tuning up, and otherwise getting ready for Season 3. During the off-season, we wanted you to get to know more about our host and the ethics work behind the show. We also want to int…
 
Harvard Business School professor and author Amy Cuddy, author Simon Sinek and Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman discuss leadership and culture after a visit to BW facilities in Wisconsin. To download or subscribe to the EverybodyMatters podcast via iTunes or other platforms, go to: https://www.barrywehmiller.com/blog/podcasts…
 
This week’s Truly Human Leadership podcast is a conversation with Mark C. Crowley, a consultant, speaker, podcast host and author of the book, Lead From the Heart: Heart-Based Leadership for the 21st Century. Mark talks about the lessons leaders have learned or not learned over the past year, along with other topics like leadership pre and post pan…
 
Today I had on a human who is just full of energy and positive vibes! Nastasha McKeon is the executive Chef slash CEO and Founder of Choice juiceries. With an extensive background in health and wellness, she has taught plant-based cooking classes in hospitals in addition to consulting with restaurant brands on how to incorporate healthy options int…
 
Resharing the first episode of our podcast, that was formerly named "Everybody Matters." This episode was a sort of statement of purpose for what was to come. It features Barry-Wehmiller CEO, Bob Chapman's TEDx talk on "The Crisis of Leadership. It also features Matt Whiat of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute, who tells the story of how that TEDx …
 
On this episode of Money and Meaning, host Alex Kravitz is joined by Shalini Rao, Director of Growth Equity at Generation Investment Management. Originally founded in 2004 by Al Gore and David Blood, Generation currently manages over $30B in assets with 100% invested in long-term, sustainable investments. The growth equity team recently closed thei…
 
Today’s episode is truly special as it was the very first episode recorded in human form, live with my guest Steffen Hoffman in his home in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. And let me just start by saying he had just done Ayahuasca the night before and he shares that journey with us! He’s a multi-disciplinary artist and visual storyteller. His passion is in…
 
74% of people say the workplace is the leading cause of stress. 54% of workers report that stress from work affects their life at home. 76% of US workers said that workplace stress affected their personal relationships. We need better leadership. Truly Human Leadership. But what is Truly Human Leadership? On this podcast, Bob Chapman, Simon Sinek a…
 
We’ve reached the end of our second season. This is the time when we take a pause and look back. In today’s episode, it means looking back to our pilot episode about shareholder activism and our Season 1 bonus episode called The Price of the Ecuadorian Chernobyl. This is the story of Chevron and the decades of oil dumping in the Ecuadorian Amazon. …
 
We're constantly presented with idealized versions of relationships by society and the media. But are these depictions of what love should look like realistic or even desirable? Rocco Jarman has asked these difficult questions and found compelling answers. Using his comprehensive understanding of spirituality, neuroscience, human-nature and logic, …
 
Starting next week, the Everybody Matters Podcast gets a facelift and name change! It will now be called Truly Human Leadership, but don't worry, you'll still get the same great leadership content and insightful interviews as before, just wrapped in a bit different package. Host Brent Stewart explains it all in this 5 min audio. Next week's episode…
 
“You’ll get no argument from me that there are sectors where moving institutional scale, finance-first money is what’s needed. Our argument is that in places where the market is not functioning, in places where markets have left people behind, that this kind of low-cost money is required in order to make a difference in the lives of poor, marginali…
 
We’ve reached the last regular episode of Season 2. Hold on to your passport. We’re still travelling. We start in New York and then head to India with Megha Desai. Megha is the former ad agency protégé, who after a decade in the business, answered the call of the ancient Indian philosophy of Dharma. She has energized a newly transformed family foun…
 
Today I invited Caitlyn Chase to join me to chat about her inspirational journey from blog to lifestyle brand. Caitlyn has amassed a serious online following of luxury lifestyle lovers since the launch of her blog, Caviar & Cashmere in 2011. The LA-based blogger-turned-entrepreneur began her career as a fashion and beauty writer for nationally accl…
 
“Lending has the capacity to transform what people can do based on their capabilities and not necessarily based just on the opportunities that they’ve been dealt. If you believe, like I do, that capabilities are equally distributed but opportunities certainly are not, then lending can be a way to try to level the playing field a bit more.” This epi…
 
Despite being in the midst of a global pandemic, we’re going to take a trip around the world. We're talking about the Economy of Francesco (EoF) with Paulo Santori, an economic historian in Rome and with Myrian Castello, a “human-right-to-dream” activist and facilitator in Brazil. EoF is a global youth movement inspired by Pope Francis and Saint Fr…
 
This week we stay in the co-op space a little longer and get a two-for-one. As an homage to Women’s History Month, we talk with one of the most celebrated marketer of co-ops-- and one of less than a handful of women responsible for driving the development of the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial in Washington, DC. We talk with Roberta MacDonald, Senior Vi…
 
It is true, brands with purpose make MORE MONEY anddd they cause impact. Doesn’t get better than that in my opinion. Luke Faccini is an expert in the field of branding with purpose and he shares some epic insights with us about brand story, brand purpose, and why brands with purpose are seeing greater success. Show notes in order of appearance: Luk…
 
This week, we’re going to switch things up a bit. We are going to talk about the idea of inclusion, but from a slightly different perspective. We are going to learn all about economic structure called a co-op. Sure you likely have heard of housing co-ops, maybe even grocery co-ops… but do you know just how common they are? Let’s talk co-ops with Ca…
 
In late 2020, TELUS, one of Canada’s largest telecommunication companies, launched a $100mm corporate impact fund. Named the Pollinator Fund for Good, the fund invests seed and Series A capital in social entrepreneurs working across four impact areas: environment, agriculture, health, and inclusive communities. Joining this episode is Blair Miller,…
 
Success in any field is largely determined by your ability to communicate with people. Ivan Evetovics has made it his mission to master the art of communication and use it to improve all of his relationships. In this episode he shares some of the most effective concepts for rapidly improving your ability to connect with others, listen and be unders…
 
This week, we take storytelling to a whole new level. We learn that each of us is a “superhero” at something. We talk to the man whose Instagram feed has selfies with the Hollywood Superhero A-LIST. In some ways, we think of our guest today as a kind of superhero himself, building community where it's needed. Today, we talk with the legendary Gareb…
 
Whether you’re a Bitcoin expert or someone that’s just interested in understanding what all the hype is about, this episode is for you. Cory Klippsten is the founder and CEO of SwanBitcoin.com. He also serves as an advisor to Unchained Capital, Bitcoin Venture Fund, and Riot Blockchain, and is a partner in Bitcoiner Ventures. As an advisor he has s…
 
Ever since being denied a Small Business Association loan for being a Black woman, Melissa Bradley has dedicated her career to building support ecosystems for historically marginalized entrepreneurs. From her time working in the Treasury Department of the Clinton White House to the recent launch of both Ureeka and the 1863 Fund, Melissa has helped …
 
In an economy where choice is abundant and earning attention is a challenge, leaders need to be more intentional than ever before to drive true customer loyalty. On this episode, Matt Whiat and Barry Kirk of Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute, Barry-Wehmiller’s leadership and culture consulting arm, have an in-depth discussion on trends in customer…
 
The winds of change are blowing in corporate governance. Where will they take us? Time will tell. This week we have a shareholder perspective from a man whose name is well-known in the investor relations offices of many of the most well-known corporations in America. We like to call him a dean of the Shareholder Rights Movement, others like to call…
 
Jimmy Rex is best known for his fifteen-year career in real estate (he closed Utah’s most expensive home sale in history at $32.5MM). But Jimmy has also had his life savings destroyed by bad investments, swam with sharks, jumped off cliffs, ran with the bulls, and liberated child slaves from their captors (yes, really). His new book, You End Up Whe…
 
Jewel Burks Solomon is the Managing Partner of Collab Capital and the Head of Google for Startups in the US. Having founded and sold her first company, Partpic, to Amazon in her mid-20s, Jewel has made a career out of investing in and helping to mentor traditionally underrepresented founders. Having experienced some challenging investor conversatio…
 
In 2020, JP Morgan CEO, Jamie Dimon’s tenure at the helm of the Business Roundtable expired. But what about this whole new way of doing business? In 2021, shareholder activists put the stakeholder governance paradigm to the test, and JP Morgan said, no. The whole issue got us thinking. It’s time for an update on this new vision for a stakeholder ap…
 
In this episode, we're not talking about bulls or bears. We're talking about the big, fat elephant in the room. The finance industry is ethically-conflicted. We talk with JC de Swaan, hedge fund investor and Princeton finance ethicist, about Robinhood, Wirecard and a few other notable companies-- as a way to frame how to do finance better. The hope…
 
In this episode, we explore the idea that everyone who has retirement assets should have the ability to know where their money is invested and how it has an impact in the world. With knowledge comes power-- the power to make sound economic and moral decisions. Our guest is Congressman Andy Levin, Vice Chair of the House Education and Labor Committe…
 
On this week’s episode, Alex is joined by Dr. Angela Jackson, the Managing Partner of New Profit’s Future of Work initiatives. New Profit is a venture philanthropy that has provided over $325mm in support to social entrepreneurs since its founding in 1998. Their Future of Work initiatives seek to equip workers with the skills necessary to find liva…
 
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