May 5, 2022

The ESOP Podcast Network - Episode 197 Alex Moss on Praxis and EO Culture and Leadership

Topic: 
Leadership Development & Succession Planning
Authors: 
Alexander Moss, MPPM

Episode 197, Alex Moss, Praxis Consulting Group, Part 1

In this episode from April 2022, Bret Keisling is joined by Alex Moss who shares his EO A-ha Moment, Praxis' origin story, and the inextricable links between culture and leadership with a company's ongoing success. Part 1.

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Alexander Moss, MPPM

The ESOP Podcast Network - Episode 197 Alex Moss on Praxis and EO Culture and Leadership

In this episode from April 2022, Bret Keisling is joined by Alex Moss who shares his EO A-ha Moment, Praxis' origin story, and the inextricable links between culture and leadership with a company's ongoing success.

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The ESOP Podcast Network - Episode 198 Part 2 about building stronger and more profitable ESOP companies

In this episode from May 2022, Bret Keisling is again joined by Alex Moss, to talk about his experience with ESOP culture, communication, and leadership development, and how Praxis works to build better, stronger, and more profitable ESOP companies.

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ESOP Communications Committees: An Overview (excerpt )

This is an excerpt from a chapter written by Alex Moss, Linshuang Lu and Ginny Vanderslice and is reprinted from the National Center for Employee Ownership's ESOP Communication Committee Guide, 4th ed.

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Podcast: Understanding and Excelling with ESOPS in AEC

Alex Moss was interviewed by Peter C. Atherton, P.E. for the AEC Leadership Today podcast. Listen to Understanding and Excelling with ESOPs in AEC to learn why A&E firms should consider ESOPs.

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Webinar: Big Picture Thinking in Times of Uncertainty

This topic was presented by Linshuang Lu and Alex Moss for the Vermont Employee Ownership Center's Annual Conference in the fall of 2020.

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Webinar: Think Like an Owner

Alex Moss presented this presentation for the National Center for Employee Ownership's (NCEO) 2020 webinar series. Follow this link to learn more about the NCEO.

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Webinar: Making Financial Decisions Align with Corporate Culture

Do your company’s financial decisions align with your corporate culture priorities during this pandemic?

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Virtual Conference Presentation: Preparing Your Leadership Team for the Future

Alex Moss presented Preparing Your Leadership Team for the Future, as a part of a panel presentation on Sustaining Your Company and Your ESOP sponsored by Chartwell on April 20, 2020 for the National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO) Employee Ownership Conference.

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Webinar: How Boards Should Help Manage Crises

Board members can be a tremendous resource during crises: They can draw on outside and varied experiences and offer observations and ideas that might not arise internally.

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Webinar: Effective ESOP Communications Committees

Employee communication is a common theme in successful ESOP companies. This webinar, presented by Alex Moss and hosted by the National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO), highlights how the communication committee is essential to the long-term success of the organization.

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10 Questions: Driving Performance Through ESOPs

J. Michael Keeling, President and Chief Staff Officer of The ESOP Association, speaks with Alexander P. Moss, a principal at Praxis Consulting Group, Inc., about driving performance through ESOPs.

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Using Your 401(k) Plan as an Incentive to Improve Corporate Performance

This article describes how Section 401(k) plans, which provide employees with the opportunity to defer a portion of their income and retain limited control over the investment of these funds, can improve overall employee satisfaction.

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ESOP Committees: An Overview

Being employee-owned presents a compelling opportunity for companies to tap into the psychological power of ownership and create an environment where employees feel, think, and act like owners.

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