Bret Keisling shares a collection of EO A-ha Moments from EOX and many state centers. Featuring Steve Storkan (EOX), Matt Cropp (VEOC), Michael Palmieri (OEOC), John Burgess (FLCEO), Anne-Claire Broughton (NCEOC), Sue Crockett (MNCEO), Andy Spears (TNCEO) and Keith Davenport (MOCEO & KSCEO).
The EO A-ha Moment isn't the first time they heard about EO, but rather that moment when they realized that ESOPs, worker co-ops, and EOTs could be transformative. Featuring excerpts from full episodes of The EO/ESOP Podcast and the Owner to Owner podcast.
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Episode 234 Notes
Here are the links to the full episodes featuring each of the highlighted EO A-ha moments in this volume:
John Burgess, Florida Center for Employee Ownership (FLCEO), The EsOp Podcast Episode 204: Equity Compensation and The Florida Center for EO;
Anne-Claire Broughton North Carolina Employee Ownership Center (NCEOC), The EsOp Podcast Episode 208: Anne-Claire Broughton of Broughton Consulting;
Steve Storkan (Employee Ownership Expansion Network, EOX), Matt Cropp (Vermont Employee Ownership Center, VEOC), and Michael Palmieri (Ohio Employee Ownership Center, OEOC), O2O Ep. 29: The EO State Centers;
Sue Crockett (Minnesota Center for Employee Ownership, MNCEO), The EsOp Podcast Episode 217: Sue Crockett and the MNCEO;
Andy Spears (Tennessee Center for Employee Ownership, TNCEO), The EsOp Podcast Episode 211: Andy Spears and the TNCEO;
Keith Davenport (Missouri Center for Employee Ownership, MOCEO and Kansas Center for Employee Ownership, KSCEO), The EsOp Podcast Episode 199: Keith Davenport - Missouri & Kansas State EO Centers.
Want more EO inspiration? Listen to Volume 1 and Volume 2 of our EO A-ha Moment compilations.
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