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EOA Virtual Meeting: 26 April 2023 – My roadmap to becoming an effective Employee Trustee

26 April 2023 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm


26 April 2023
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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My roadmap to becoming an effective Employee Trustee 

Sam Moles and Dave Robbins became Employee Trustees at Stephens Scown, to ensure the 330-strong legal team who became employee owners in 2016 all have a voice. 

But gaining traction with the board and embedding employee voice in key decision-making wasn’t quite so straight forward.  

Fast forward 12 months, Sam, Dave and fellow Employee Trustees have been on a journey to develop their skills and confidence in their role. They have earned the respect and trust of both their main board and co-owners, and are bringing about meaningful change. 

Join Mark Shepherd, People Development Director, Sam Moles and Dave Robbins both Employee Ownership Trustees at Stephens Scown to learn:  

  • Stephens Scown’s approach to developing and coaching their employee trustees and lessons learned along the way. 
  • How Stephens Scown defined the roles and responsibilities of an employee trustee. 
  • Their approach to establishing the right forums and structures to improve communication and collaboration between the trustees, employees and the board. 
  • The employee trustee’s role in defining and implementing the behaviours that underpin ‘Scownership’. 

You’ll have an opportunity to continue the conversation with our speakers in smaller networking groups and learn from fellow members on other topics unique to employee ownership.    

With a diverse membership representing most sectors, sizes and locations across the UK, these 90-minute online meetings are an opportunity to develop new contacts, discuss challenges and opportunities and share best practice and learning.    

Join from 10:55am, to allow a prompt 11am start. 

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