Bret Keisling shares a collection of EO A-ha Moments from previous podcast guests, featuring Ron Scheese of Andesa Services, Samantha O'Neill of Cirtronics, Doug Shukar and Vince Kruse from USA Mortgage, Jenny Levy of Hypertherm, and Kerry Siggins of StoneAge.
The EO A-ha Moment isn't the first time someone heard about employee ownership, but rather that moment when they realized that ESOPs, worker co-ops, and EOTs could be transformative.
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Episode 236 Notes
Here are the links to the full episodes of The EsOp Podcast featuring each of the highlighted EO A-ha moments in this volume:
Ron Scheese, CEO of 100% ESOP Andesa Services and author of More Than a Company joined us in Episode 203: Ron Scheese, CEO of Andesa Services.
Samantha "Sam" O'Neill, Chief Culture Officer at Cirtronics Corp., joined us in Episode 221: ESOPs Through the HR Lens.
Vince Kruse from USA Mortgage has been kind enough to join us multiple times on the podcast; this episode's excerpt is from Mini-cast 109: From EO "Huh?" to "A-ha!"
Doug Schukar, USA Mortgage founder and CEO, joined us in Episode 127: Doug Schukar - USA Mortgage.
Jenny Levy, Executive Vice President, People, Community & Environment at Hypertherm, Inc., discussed her EO A-ha Moment in Episode 192: Hypertherm's Jenny Levy, Part 1. You can also listen to Part 2 of that conversation here.
Kerry Siggins, CEO of ESOP StoneAge, Inc., discussed her EO A-ha Moment in Episode 188: Kerry Siggins, CEO of StoneAge, Inc. You can also listen to the continuation of that conversation here.
Want more EO inspiration? Listen to Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, and Volume 4 of our EO A-ha Moment compilations.
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