In this episode we speak with Eamon Muholland, Senior Consultant at Wise Consulting and current head of the company's communication committee. We discuss how the company, a relatively new ESOP, maintained its ownership culture through covid-19. We get into how to structure a communication committee in a company with a distributed workforce; the importance of maintaining a strong relationship between management and the communication committee; the power of peers in driving an ownership culture; how you can use technology to make a virtual annual meeting one for the history books, and much more.
Eamon Mulholland is a Senior Consultant at Wise Consulting, and currently heads the company’s communication committee. He is a proven leader, passionate about helping companies optimize potential while minimizing operational risk. Eamon has a unique combination of depth and breadth allowing him to solve complex organizational challenges by successfully developing, implementing, and administering programs that enhance corporate culture and meet regulatory standards while producing sustainable results.
This episode of the Owners At Work podcast is sponsored by Crowe, a leading ESOP administrator and consultant, with more than 525 ESOP clients. They serve as third-party administrators for ESOPs and all other types of defined contribution plans, and also perform feasibility studies, assist clients with structuring and implementing ESOPs, and forecast and plan for repurchase obligation.
The Owners at Work Podcast is a continuation of the biannual Owners at Work Newsletter which ran for 19 years (1990-2019). We are hoping to continue the same conversations and focus on providing updates on everything employee ownership. We plan to interview practitioners with expertise in different facets of employee ownership, academics doing new and interesting research, and most importantly, individuals who have a personal experience with employee ownership, including current and former employee-owners, mid-level to C suite management, and selling owners.
We want to produce a show that engages with relevant questions and provides practical lessons and information. We want this podcast to include the voices of those who practice employee-ownership each and every day. To that end we want to hear from you! We want to highlight what you are doing, whether you are an employee-owned company, a practitioner, or researcher.
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