Being Vulnerable (Matthew Louchheim)
- Episode #3
Matthew Louchheim demonstrates the value of vulnerability. It’s not a weakness; it’s a characteristic of strength and courage that builds trust and invites collaboration. He also covers the importance of leading from personal values.
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Matthew Louchheim is president of Bobrick Washroom Equipment, Inc.
“Integrity is something that has always been of great value to my family, and leadership always begins with integrity.”Matthew Louchheim
Matthew Louchheim is the president of Bobrick Washroom Equipment, Inc., a 100 year-old washroom accessory, toilet partition and child-seating company. Matt represents the fourth-generation of family leadership and has assumed roles in sales, marketing, corporate development, manufacturing and operations. Prior to joining Bobrick, Matt worked at the Boston Consulting Group and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Outside of work, Matt serves as a Governor of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and as a Trustee of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, where he chairs its Next Stage Grants Committee. He also is a member of the Young Presidents Organization’s Los Angeles chapter. Matt received his bachelor’s degree in history at Yale University and his M.B.A. at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
For more than 30 years, Sharon Richmond has partnered with C-level executives from mid-size and small, fast-growing companies who want to up-level their leadership and build companies they are proud of. Clients accelerate their leadership by embracing mindset and behavior changes, building self-awareness and self-management skills, and focusing on the three things all leaders must ensure: focus, energy and delivery.
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Sharon has taught leadership at Stanford GSB, where she now helps leaders increase influence, manage conflict, and prepare to build high-performing teams.
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Guest – Matthew Louchheim
Producer – Cynthia Lamb
Executive producer – Danny Iny
Assembled by – Melissa Deal
Audio Post Supervisor: Evan Miles, Christopher Martin
Audio Post Production by Post Office Sound
Music soundscape: Chad Michael Snavely
Making our hosts sound great: Home Brew Audio
Music and SFX credits:
Track Title: Escaping Light
Artist(s): Aaron Sprinkle
Writer(s): Aaron Sprinkle
Publisher: A SOUNDSTRIPE PRODUCTION
Track Title: Bright Future
Artist(s): Be Still The Earth
Writer: Marshall Usinger
Publisher Name: A SOUNDSTRIPE PRODUCTION
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Every business leader has a huge impact on their organization. In this podcast, Sharon Richmond interviews successful leaders who have turned personal growth into tangible business outcomes. They discuss overcoming challenges, lessons learned and what helps them make a positive impact in their organization. Sharon offers insight and advice to help listeners envision how they can supercharge their own leadership by blending the art and science of leading with intention.