191: Jim Bado, Workplace Development, Part 2



Bret Keisling concludes his conversation with Jim Bado of Workplace Development, Inc., which includes how employee ownership has changed in the last 20 years, and the good and bad of ESOP terminations. Jim gives a preview of Mitchell's War, a comic book in development with EO themes.

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Episode 191 Notes

Jim Bado and Cathy Ivancic are the principals of Workplace Development.

"For more than three decades, Workplace Development principals have been outstanding leaders in creating, refining and implementing successful strategies to maximize employee ownership’s benefits. Don’t settle for generic ESOP communication and training. Contact a Workplace Development associate to discuss how our award-winning, personalized services can enhance your company’s ownership culture."


You can learn more about the comic book Mitchell's War that was mentioned at the end of this episode on the Facebook or LinkedIn page for the book.

 

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