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This replay was recorded on September 25, 2018.

About This Meeting

This webinar will examine and discuss important research and information related to ESOPs, workplace culture, and financial security in the United States. Using this research, we will examine how to best leverage these tools to communicate more effectively with employees and guide company decisions on the importance of employee ownership and best practices in the workplace


Dallan Guzinski

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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.

Nathan Nicholson

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National Center for Employee Ownership

Nathan is a research associate at the NCEO. His work involves a wide variety of employee ownership research, including surveying employee ownership companies to measure current practices in executive compensation, corporate governance, and ESOP administration; researching the economic and policy effects of employee ownership; and analyzing Department of Labor data to produce lists and statistics on ESOP companies. He also helps ESOP companies measure their culture and engagement through the NCEO's Ownership Culture Survey. He joined the NCEO in 2016 and has a background in public policy and legal research.