Welcome to our annual EO/ESOP Podcast Summer School series. We selected some of our favorite episodes over the past year for your enjoyment while we spend the rest of our summer catching our breath and working on launching our exciting Season 7, beginning in late September 2023.
In this episode, Bret Keisling shared 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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ESOP Summer School 33 Show 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;
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.
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