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ESOP Summer School 40: EO A-ha Moments Volume VII.

It's time for our annual EO/ESOP Podcast Summer School series. We've selected some of our favorite episodes over the past year for your enjoyment over the summer break.

In this episode, Bret Keisling shared EO A-ha Moments from five previous podcast guests who, besides sharing a passion for employee ownership, all presented or moderated at the 2024 Employee Ownership Ideas Forum, sponsored by the Aspen Institute and the Rutgers Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing, that was held in Washington DC on April 9-10, 2024. If you missed it, you can still catch selected video from the Forum on their website. In this EO A-ha moment compilation you'll hear from Maureen Conway (Aspen Institute), Adria Scharf (Rutgers Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing), Corey Rosen (the National Center for Employee Ownership), Evan Edwards (Project Equity), and Jenny Levy (Hypertherm).

Bret Keisling and Jesse Tyler have been collecting EO A-ha Moments from all of their guests on The EsOp Podcast and Owner to Owner podcast. It's not the first time they heard about employee ownership or thought they liked it, but rather the moment they realized that EO could be transformative to their jobs, lives, families, and companies.

The body of this episode was originally published on April 9, 2024 as Episode 276: EO A-ha Moments Volume VII.


ESOP Summer School Episode 40 Notes

Here are the links to the full episodes highlighted in the EO A-ha moments in this volume:

Want more EO inspiration? Listen to Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4, Volume 5, and Volume 6 of our EO A-ha Moment compilations.


We'd love to hear from you! You can find us on Facebook at EO Podcast Network and on Twitter [X] @EsOpPodcast. This podcast has been produced by Bret Keisling for the EO Podcast Network. Original music composed by Max Keisling. Branding and marketing by BitsyPlus Design.

Standard Disclaimer: The views expressed herein are my own and don't represent those of my own firms or the organizations to which I belong. Nothing in the podcast should be construed as guidance or advice of any kind in any field and the fact that I mentioned an organizational website or an advocate or a company on a podcast does not reflect an endorsement, but if you've heard your name or your group's name mentioned on this podcast, I'd love to have you come on and talk about it yourself.


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