Join us on the 23rd June for the next EOA Conversation – Elected Representatives. This 90-minute digital roundtable provides an opportunity for elected representatives to discuss their role and responsibilities with peers in other employee-owned businesses. Previous sessions have been very well received, with 97% of previous attendees stating they would be interested in attending future sessions.
Some of the topics discussed previously include: “Trustee meetings; best practice”, “Sharing financial information” and “Governance and elected representatives”. You will be able to submit potential topics for discussion when registering for your place in the Conversation, should you wish to attend you may find this session from EO Boost on “How to be an effective elected representative on the employee forum” helpful when considering discussion topics. Catch up on the discussion notes from the previous session on the EO Hub here.
You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions of EOA Team members facilitating the session as well as guest facilitator Michael Hodgson, GLIDE/Gripple.
This EOA Conversation will be driven by the attending members, with the EOA chairing the session and providing support, allowing you to engage with your peers in a semi-confidential setting. These conversations will be taking place under Chatham House rules, a summary of the conversation will be produced and shared on the EO Hub for other members to view, but the notes will not be attributed to any individual or organisation.
These sessions are open to all Elected Representatives from EOA member organisations so please do share this invite with your colleagues where relevant.
You can register for your place via the form below, or view other upcoming EOA events here.
We look forward to welcoming you.