Bret Keisling is joined by Adria Scharf, Director of Education & Collaborations, Beyster Fellow, and Director of the Curriculum Library for Employee Ownership (CLEO) at the Rutgers Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing, to discuss CLEO and the online course Our Share: EO as a Wealth Sharing Tool.
Adria was a 2022 keynote speaker at The National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO) Annual Conference and designed and was lead instructor (with Dr. Joseph Blasi) of Our Share, the first open online course devoted to employee ownership. She is also the director of CLEO, which is an amazing online library of resources featuring some of the best employee ownership research ever conducted.
Adria discusses why employee ownership is so important to her, including how it addresses wage and wealth inequality, and shares her EO A-ha Moment.
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Episode 243 Show Notes
Bret discussed Our Share: Employee Ownership as a Wealth Sharing Tool on Mini-cast 216: Rutgers Institute Launches Online EO Course, and he discussed CLEO in Mini-cast 100: Curriculum Library for Employee Ownership.
You can find the Our Share: Employee Ownership as a Wealth Sharing Tool course here.
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