Bret Keisling is joined by Keith Davenport of Blazer Strategies LLC, which provides a variety of consulting services for businesses of all sizes. Besides Keith, Blazer features an all-star roster of professionals who share a passion for community growth, development, and wellbeing. Blazer is mission-driven, working to transform communities into healthy places to live, work, and play, by accelerating growth for people and organizations already doing great things.
Keith is a past guest on The EsOp Podcast, in his previous role as executive director of the Missouri Center for Employee Ownership (MOCEO). He discusses how his work with ESOPs and worker co-ops is reflected in Blazer Strategies' vision, and how many of the hallmarks of well-run EO companies are simply best practices, which successfully translate to any business, regardless of ownership status.
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Episode 266 Show Notes
About Keith Davenport
Keith Davenport is the Founder & CEO of Blazer Strategies LLC, a communications and consulting firm that accelerates business, empowers candidates, and transforms communities. Before launching Blazer, Keith served as the Executive Director of the Missouri Center for Employee Ownership, part of the EOX Network. He earned his Masters of Public Affairs from the University of Missouri and resides in Gardner, Kansas with his wife and four children.
Previous episodes mentioned in this podcast:
The EsOp Podcast Episode 199: Keith Davenport - Missouri & Kansas State EO Centers.
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