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Fun, Games and ESOP Challenges: What’s up with that?

2021-04-14T15:26:14+00:00August 17, 2020|Articles, Building Business Literacy, Communicating ESOP Benefits, ESOP Committee Development, Featured, Uncategorized|

Attend an employee-ownership conference and you’re bound to run into the ESOP zealots who want you to take part in a game or group activity. Even in this era of required social distancing, you may get roped into an interactive Teams event or a Zoom contest. What’s up with this? Click here to read the full article.

Make the Most of ESOP Month

2021-03-10T21:32:56+00:00August 17, 2020|Articles, Communicating ESOP Benefits, ESOP Committee Development, Featured, New ESOPs|

October’s Employee-Ownership Month presents you with a great opportunity to make the most of your most valuable assets: employee owners. Because the coronavirus has made it difficult to hold in-person meetings, this is the time to utilize our virtual services to train employees about your ESOP’s benefits, build your ownership culture and communicate the value of employee ownership. Click here to read the full article.

ESOP Communications: Carpe Diem!

2021-03-10T21:33:04+00:00July 20, 2020|Articles, Communicating ESOP Benefits, ESOP Committee Development, Featured, New ESOPs|

The coronavirus has disrupted American society, business operations and everyone’s personal lives in unimagined ways. This is when you need to seize the day and utilize the power of employee ownership to strengthen your company culture to engage employees as owners -- taking on new challenges with passion and a long-term perspective on business success. Here are five carpe diem keys. Click here to read the full article.

Practicing Employee-Owner Resilience

2021-03-10T21:33:10+00:00July 20, 2020|Articles, Building Business Literacy, Communicating ESOP Benefits, Featured|

If you’re experiencing the equivalent of organizational trauma or even just a bit of discomfort change, you may have come face to face with the fact that business resilience does not come automatically with employee ownership. “Like building a muscle, increasing resilience takes time and intentionality.” Click here to read the full article.

2019 ESOP Statements: What Do I Say … and How?

2021-03-10T21:33:16+00:00May 11, 2020|Articles, Communicating ESOP Benefits, Featured|

Think about how you distributed ESOP statements last year. Perhaps you held a meeting, sent them by mail, or personally delivered them with high fives and hearty handshakes. Although the face-to-face options may not be possible this year, the need for connection is so much greater now. This is the right time to strengthen your messages about employee ownership and develop different communication approaches for your “new normal.” Click here to read the full article.

Sing Your Ownership Song

2020-02-17T19:08:52+00:00February 17, 2020|Blog, Building Business Literacy, Communicating ESOP Benefits, ESOP Committee Development, Skills for ESOP Ownership, Uncategorized|

Avoid a cultural swan song, grab the “ownership microphone” and sing along with these bands to develop your company’s culture, define employees’ roles as owners and drive ESOP stock value. One Direction Do you know where you’re headed in building your ownership culture? In other [...]

Don’t Let Your Lizard Brain Rule Retirement Planning

2021-03-10T21:33:49+00:00November 11, 2019|Articles, Communicating ESOP Benefits, ESOP Committee Development, Featured, Skills for ESOP Ownership|

Did you know our human brains have the same limbic system that dominates a lizard’s brain activity? Luckily, we also have other lobes that provide higher-level functions. The limbic system is the source of impulses like fight, flight, feeding, fear, freezing up, and falling in love. Certainly, it’s good to have these reactions when we need them, but our “lizard brains” aren’t well-suited for activities like retirement planning and understanding fluctuations in ESOP stock value. Click here to read the full article.

10 Ideas for Employee Ownership Month

2021-03-10T21:34:20+00:00August 19, 2019|Articles, Communicating ESOP Benefits, ESOP Committee Development, Featured|

If employee ownership is an important part of your culture, you’ll want to find ways other than the annual statement to bring awareness and focus to your unique ownership structure. Here are 10 ideas Workplace Development, Inc. (WDI) brings you from ESOP-owned businesses nationwide. Click here to read the full article.

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