Learn how to manage your employee ownership company better
Managing a company where employees are also shareholders presents unique challenges — and unique opportunities:
- Challenges because of the complex regulatory framework and special financial demands.
- Opportunities because of the remarkable potential to motivate employees, inspire teams and foster high productivity entrepreneurial culture.
This course will show you how to gain a competitive advantage by managing the challenges and realizing the upside of employee ownership. Learn how to tap the proven power of employee ownership, building a rapid-response, high productivity team of employee-owners.
Owners, executives and managers will gain important insights in three key areas:
- Legal and regulatory challenges, including corporate governance arrangements, fiduciary responsibilities and the role of employee ownership in corporate transactions.
- Employee ownership in marketing and financial management, including building alliances with customers and positioning the employee-owned company.
- Practical application of the principles of employee ownership in the day-to-day operation of the business, including managers' roles in motivation and change, financial literacy for employee owners and building a high-performance culture.
For more information, please download the Employee Ownership Management Program Schedule.
- John Hoffmire, Center on Business and Poverty, University of Wisconsin
- Anthony Mathews, Beyster Institute at the Rady School of Management, UC San Diego
- Sid Scott, University of Wisconsin, contributor to the book “How to Market Your ESOP Company”
- Martin Staubus, Beyster Institute at the Rady School of Management, UC San Diego
“While many programs on employee ownership cover general concepts, this course is different in that it delivers specific, replicable strategies for business success. I give this program an A+ and strongly recommend managers attend.”
Registration and General Questions
Questions on Program Content
February 10 – 13, 2013
Registration discount of $200 extended until January 21st!
This course is approved for 14 hours of CPE credit for accountants
Otterson Hall, UC San Diego