Creating a High Involvement Ownership Culture
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This replay was recorded on August 25, 2015.
About This Meeting
The research is clear. Companies that combine an ESOP with an ownership culture—open book management and extensive, structured participation by employees in work-level decisions—perform far better than those who do not. This webinar will look at some of the best ideas for creating and expanding this kind of high involvement culture.
- What is a high-involvement culture and why does it matter so much?
- How can you use numbers to help employees get and stay more involved?
- What kinds of approaches work best for generating employee ideas?
National Center for Employee Ownership
Dallan is the director of culture and engagement at the NCEO in Oakland, CA. As a step toward leveraging the significant benefits that employee ownership offers, Dallan works closely with employee-owned companies to improve their communication and engagement practices by gathering and responding to employee feedback using the NCEO's Ownership Culture Surveys. Dallan is an avid speaker at both public and private company events on topics such as corporate (ownership) culture, employee engagement and involvement, communication, employee surveys, and effective leadership and team behaviors for driving innovation and better workplaces.
Dr. Carl Sheeler
Berkeley Research Group
Dr. Carl Sheeler, managing director of Berkeley Research Group brings wisdom gained from his 25 years of litigation expertise coupled with his corporate governance, business/military operations, strategic planning, finance, and academic background to address complex risk measurement, management, and mitigation issues. He is an authority on trust and estate, and ESOP valuation issues such as how agreement provisions, asset allocation, and holding periods associated with equity ownership in asset holding and operating companies influence risk.