Bret Keisling is joined by Dani Green, ESOP Business Development Manager for ProAct Pharmacy Benefit Management and primary host of the vlog Sweet Chats and Salty Snacks: The ESOP Exploration. Dani and a colleague visit employee-owned companies, tour the facility, and talk about building and enhancing the employee-owned culture. Following the visit, Dani and team record a video blog that shares highlights of their visit to each company.
Dani shares how the vlog came to be, what she's learned at each visit, the importance of building culture, and why employee-owned companies are a great fit for young people just entering the workforce.
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Episode 240 Show Notes
About Sweet Chats + Salty Snacks:
You can check out the Sweet Chats + Salty Snacks: The ESOP Exploration channel on YouTube here.
Vlog episodes discussed on the Podcast include:
Dani and a colleague appeared on Episode 27 of the Owner to Owner podcast with Jesse Tyler.
ProAct is a fully integrated pharmacy benefit manager and mail order pharmacy with sales offices throughout the country. Dani's primary focus in her position is building relationships with ESOPs that are self-funded and looking for customized pharmacy benefit solutions. ProAct is a 100% ESOP and part of KPH Healthcare Services, Inc.
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