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Exits, ESOPs and Employee Engagement Workshop
North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA)
2110 Blue Ridge Road
Raleigh, NC 27607

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM EDT
Category: Events

Description: Join us for breakfast and a workshop focused on succession planning and employee engagement. The workshop will be led by Anne Claire Broughton of Broughton Consulting, LLC. 

Who is this for? CEOs and Executives of Privately Held Companies, HR Directors

What will I learn?

  • Why exiting your business via an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), co-op, or perpetual trust could be good options
  • What is open book management and why it can be an excellent employee engagement strategy
  • Best practices in employee engagement

About the Speaker: Anne Claire Broughton is Principal of Broughton Consulting, LLC, a firm which helps organizations engage employees at all levels for business success through open book management, employee ownership, and healthy organizational cultures. Broughton is active in educating retiring business owners about the possibility of exiting via an ESOP or co-op, and she is also a contract open book management coach with The Great Game of Business. Publications include The Hitachi Foundation's Human Capital Advantage: A Curriculum for Early Stage Ventures, The Hitachi Foundation’s Business Action Guides to innovative employee engagement strategies, Employees Matter: Maximizing Company Value Through Workforce Engagement, and Embracing Open Book Management to Fuel Employee Engagement and Corporate Sustainability. She previously spent more than 13 years advising early stage business as Co-Founder and Senior Director of SJF Institute (a business accelerator affiliated with SJF Ventures and Investors’ Circle). Broughton is a founding board member of the North Carolina Employee Ownership Center.

Members of the Center for Private Business may attend this event for free. Non-Members are $50 per person. Registration is required by October 8, 2019. 


Contact: Sarah Chandler, [email protected]