Our team shares their experience and knowledge through webinars, podcasts, articles and more.
As experts in our field, we publish various articles and whitepapers and host webinars on building effective workplace cultures and leadership structures. Click on the links below to have a look through our library.If you would like more information on these topics, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
This presentation by Ginny Vanderslice and Bob Dill was part of the National Center for Employee Ownership's Virtual Fall Forum conference in September, 2021.
This presentation with Nelson Parrish, Karen Ellis of Superior Farms, and Daniel Goldstein of Folience, was a part of the National Center for Employee Ownership's Virtual Fall Forum conference in September, 2021.
This presentation by Jon Sweigart and Sasha Sulkosky, Brinkman, was part of the National Center for Employee Ownership's Virtual Fall Forum conference in September, 2021.
Trying to figure out how to get started or keep the momentum going? Nelson shares some guiding principles in this short piece with thoughts on things like defining your common goals, forming a small committed group, and integrating your plan into your larger company goals.
On May 11, 2021, Ginny Vanderslice and Linshuang Lu hosted a webinar Using Research to Build an Ownership Culture for the National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO).
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.
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.
Do your employee owners know how your company makes a profit? Can they locate their efforts on your company income statement?
The pandemic upended many plans and raised future unpredictability for nearly all of us. It also opened the door for unexpected innovation and creativity.
First, Pfeffer makes some important points in this about which we would agree. He makes a case, early in the book, that if all you are doing is teaching people "leadership" concepts such as "tell the truth," "be authentic," etc. and even skills then the leadership training won't be successful.
Crucial Accountability by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler, David Maxfield, 2013, McGraw-Hill Education
No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work by Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy