Employee ownership is way more than a merely technical structure. Giving employees shares or installing an Employee Benefits Trust will not, on their own, win the benefits enjoyed by successful employee owned businesses. It is only when the company achieves an ownership culture that the real magic happens.
Employee-ownership represents a major change in the way employees understand their jobs, their companies, and, often, themselves. Ownership Culture Training seeks to encourage employee-owners to make a mental “paradigm shift” so they think, feel and act like owners.
The training draws on proven adult-learning methods and a comprehensive model of ownership psychology to provide a common vocabulary about the rights and responsibilities of employee ownership. It reinforces the idea that rights and responsibilities must be in balance: along with every new right comes a new responsibility.
Building an Ownership Culture training is adaptable to a variety of needs, including…
- successful companies who want to take ownership to the “next level”
- companies wanting to rekindle the initial enthusiasm about employee ownership
- new employee-ownership companies seeking to build a strong foundation for ownership behavior
- companies with concerns about employee cynicism