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LIVE WEBINAR

(Group-Internet Based)

Research and Communication Tools You Can Actually Use

October 15, 2019 (9:30 am-10:30 am Pacific)

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.

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Presenters

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.

Nancy Wiefek

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National Center for Employee Ownership

Nancy is the research director at the NCEO. As such, Nancy analyzes and reports on trends and developments relating to employee ownership. This work includes conducting executive compensation and other surveys, maintaining a comprehensive database of all ESOPs and their characteristics, and contributing analysis for NCEO publications. Most recently, she authored Employee Ownership and Economic Well-Being, demonstrating the positive economic impact of employee ownership on workers over time. Nancy earned a PhD at Penn State University in political science with a focus on survey methods.

Registration

NCEO members: Free.

Nonmembers: See below for fees.

General Registration Information

If you do not need continuing education credit you may simply access the Webinar access instructions in the members area of our Web site (user name and and password required).

Participants requesting continuing education credit do need to register once in the registration section of members area of our Web site (username and password required) and you will registered for as long as your membership is active.

If you are not a member and do not wish to join but would like to attend a Webinar, we invite you to attend one as our guest ($150 per Webinar thereafter as a nonmember).

For help with your user name and password or for any additional information, please contact Andrea Johnson at 510-208-1309 or ajohnson@nceo.org.

Continuing Education Credit

To receive continuing education credit for our Group-Internet Based Webinars, participants must be registered for the Webinar and log in to the Webinar under their own name. Participants must respond by poll to all the questions posed by the moderator. Participants failing to respond to the questions will not be eligible for continuing education credit. To receive a certificate of completion, please indicate the type of certificate you would like on the ReadyTalk Participation Registration page. Upon confirmation of your participation, you will be sent a certificate via email from Andrea Johnson within the next 2 weeks.

CPE Credit

The National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.

This program is a "group-Internet based" offering and provides 1.00 hour of CPE credit for accountants in the area of "specialized knowledge and applications." The material is basic level. No prerequisites or advanced preparation is needed. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaint and refund, please contact the NCEO at 510-208-1300.

SHRM Credit

This program is valid for 1.00 PDC for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.

Cancellation Policy

Simply mark the dates of those Webinars you wish to attend on your calendar, and log in at the scheduled time. There is no need to advise us which ones you plan to attend. If you are an NCEO member no notice of cancellation is required. Live Webinars are a NCEO membership benefit and are free; therefore, refunds are not applicable. If you are not an NCEO member and have paid to attend, a full refund will be issued, less a $35 administrative fee, if the request is received by the close of business on 24 business hours prior to the broadcast. Cancellations made after that date will be eligible for credit toward another program, minus a $35 administrative fee. If you do not attend and do not cancel, no refund will be issued.