Best Esop podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Manndatory Listening
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WE’VE GOT A LOT TO SAY—THAT’S WHY WE MADE A PODCAST. And trust us, these are things you’ll want to hear. Manndatory Listening is a podcast about the hows and whys, dos and don'ts, and step-by-steps of leadership. We’re combining our own expertise—16 years of it—with that of leaders across dozens of industries to bring you applicable lessons for your own business and life. We're interviewing industry leaders and ourselves on the topics we know will make you and your business better. Put your ...
 
Life with inSight is a life insurance sales podcast series designed for busy financial professionals. In a short amount of time, you can learn about important industry topics from subject matter experts. Tune in today to hear more about how these important issues can impact financial, estate and business planning and sales of life insurance products and services.
 
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Qualified Plans
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Covers recent cases, rulings, regulations, and legislation pertaining to the installation, operation, and termination of qualified retirement plans (pension, profit-sharing, ESOP) and the taxation of their participants
 
On Your Mark, Get Set, Grow! is designed to help entrepreneurs and CEOs grow their business, develop their people, and elevate their own performance. We’ll share what the best of the best are doing as it relates to entrepreneurial success, best practices, leadership, sales, marketing, personal development, and solving the challenges that business leaders face. You’ll hear from CEO Coaching International’s coaches, leading entrepreneurs, and other experts in a wide range of fields who have va ...
 
A podcast series featuring all things related to search funds and entrepreneurship through acquisition. Hosted by Brian O'Connor, Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business and Managing Partner of NextGen Growth Partners.
 
ESCA, Employee-Owned S Corporations of America, is the voice in Washington, DC that speaks exclusively for employee-owned S corporations (“S ESOPs”). Since 1998, ESCA’s membership has grown to represent more than 215,000 employee-owners in virtually every state in the nation. ESCA company members engage in a broad spectrum of business activities and are a variety of sizes – from 25-person businesses to companies with 18,000+ employee-owners – but all have one thing in common: a commitment to ...
 
Success and integrity are not mutually exclusive, which is the foundation for The Compassionate Samurai Business Hour. Blending a warrior-like mindset with character traits of compassion in order to produce extraordinary results is key. Business often produces two types of leaders. The first are those who are nice, good-hearted, and compassionate, but can’t make much happen. The other type can make everything happen, they are creators, go-getters, and the aggressive producers in society. How ...
 
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Simply Tax
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Simply Tax cuts through the static of the tax world and doesn’t waste your time by needlessly tossing around technical terms and citing code sections. Host Damien Martin has a knack for boiling down complex issues for business professionals who need a trusted advisor to help strengthen their tax mind.
 
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LV Podcast
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Bank To Bank
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A podcast on high-performance banking that explores innovative ideas, best practices from bankers that have successfully executed and winning tactics from around the industry. This audio show is designed and produced by bankers, for bankers with the express intent of increasing performance across the industry.
 
Paul Spiegelman chats with business leaders about what shaped their business and life.
 
Family Business Today is produced by the Tennessee Center for Family Business
 
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The bike industry isn’t failing, it’s simply evolving. That means e-bikes, bike sharing, bike tourism, and direct-to-consumer manufacturing like Canyon Bikes. According to the president of Canyon USA Blair Clark, it’s a model with both benefits and disadvantages—learn how he’s worked through both to push the company past its targets in this epi ...…
 
Does money buy happiness? Dr. Benjamin Cummings of the American College of Financial Services discusses the psychology behind establishing financial goals, decision-making and the role our emotions play in setting and reaching our desired outcomes. IU-2488000 (04/19) (Exp. 04/21)
 
Bike retailers—actually, all specialty retailers—represent the frontline of their industry. When those retailers aren’t prepared, manufacturers become more directive, and frustration often ensues. The solution? A well-researched inventory plan based on calculated risk, Dan says. Listen in for the how-to inspired by a question from a bike retailer.…
 
Branding has never been more important to successful businesses. The number of choices that your customers have multiplies every single day. Companies with strong brands are able to stand out from that crowd and make clear, direct value propositions to the public. Companies with weak, or worse, inauthentic brands are never going to separate the ...…
 
On this episode of the Growing with Purpose podcast, host Paul Spiegelman talks with Susan Leger Ferraro, a social entrepreneur and the founder of a family of transformational organizations with global impact. Susan started her first business at age 17, when she boldly went against her parents' wishes and started her own company instead of atte ...…
 
Applying tax law to real life situations can seem gray at times in spite of the black and white words on the law’s pages. In a mock interview, Guest Ed Karl—vice president of taxation at the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA)—breaks down the AICPA’s Statements on Standards for Tax Services (SSTS) and shares key insights on taking tax return pos ...…
 
Roll Bicycles are made to order and completely personalized, a fact that founder Stuart Hunter claims is a major factor of success in not only his own business and industry but the entire field of specialty retail. The passionate cyclist talks through the benefits of both direct-to-consumer and retail partnerships, how to find and retain talent ...…
 
Just because you have co-workers doesn't mean you have a team. Dan and Kent define a true team, the leaders who make it (we like to call those "Player-Coaches"), and the five things you have to have to build an effective, evolving team. Some of them are straightforward (like job descriptions), others are a little sexier (incentivizing performan ...…
 
There’s more than one way to get BIG. If your company is really firing on all cylinders, hitting its targets, and keeping you in the black, an acquisition might be just the thing to take you up to the next level. But whether you’re looking to buy or sell, it’s critical that you and your team don’t get too caught up in the excitement of the oppo ...…
 
Guest Jonathan Horn returns to “Simply Tax” to discuss the recent Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA) policy paper on the taxation of the digitalized economy, explain why current international concepts don’t fit well with digital transactions and break down the unique challenges countries face with the taxati ...…
 
Want to increase trust, access new markets, boost customer retention, and bring in more big-spenders? That's what consistent branding is all about. Learn why consistent branding matters (and why it can't be based on a single initiative) in this week's episode with VP of Marketing Emily Glaser.
 
Gary and his family are former owners of Ringger Feed and Ringger Foods in Gridley, Illinois. In his book, Radical Business, From Ownership to Stewardship, Radical Business shares how God used a failing business to change Gary Ringger's definition of success - ultimately leading him on a path from that of a business owner to a business steward. ...…
 
Your brand story is much more than just your marketing message. VP of Marketing Emily Glaser explains how your brand story impacts all aspects of your business, from hiring to store layout, and shares applicable tips for defining and replicating your own message, including revelatory q's and queues for adaptation.…
 
Today’s best-seller will be in tomorrow’s bargain bin. The companies that avoid this fate always have one eye on what’s next. They’re creative, they’re innovative, they’re willing to experiment, and they’re prudent about how they expend time and resources when it comes to refreshing their product lines. On today’s show, Alberto Carvalho outline ...…
 
Pick up where guests Mary Reiser and Ken Taylor left off in All the Wayfair - Part 1 as they join host Damien Martin to address common questions on how the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. (Wayfair) is changing the sales and income tax landscape for businesses and their owners. Here’s what they cover: How should I appr ...…
 
On this episode of the Growing with Purpose podcast, host Paul Spiegelman talks with Kris Maynard, co-founder and CEO of Essential Ingredients. For twenty-three years, Kris Maynard has been at the helm of Essential Ingredients, building it into one of the most successful Small Giants companies around. With $114 million in revenue, 84 employees, ...…
 
As we discussed in Just Add Salt and What Now After Wayfair?, the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. (Wayfair) forever changed the landscape of nexus for state sales tax purposes. Guests Mary Reiser and Ken Taylor return to the podcast to discuss how developments stemming from this landmark decision have been shaping the ...…
 
Ian Christie of successful specialty retailer Summit Bicycles shares his experience with commission-based compensation, including its effects on employee motivation, effective hiring, and healthy competition, as well as the pros and cons of bonuses, incentives, and offering compensation options.
 
AXA interviews Robert Keebler, CPA/PFS, MST, AEP (Distinguished) on the recent release of regulations under Code Section 199(A), covering the major provisions and lucrative planning opportunities resultant from these regulations. Our guest is Robert Keebler, CPA/PFS, MST, AEP (Distinguished). IU-2440199 (3/19) (Exp. 3/21)…
 
Trust and team dynamics can be complex, yet are a part of everyday life—just like tax. BKD Audit Partner Debbie Scanlon helps host Damien Martin cut through the static of one of the most essential yet sometimes fleeting dynamics on a team by sharing her concept of a “trust bank account.” Listen for ideas for making “deposits” to build great tea ...…
 
Late last year The Mann Group experienced the best kind of culture shock when we hosted Mann U with PrimaFit in Jakarta, Indonesia. The lessons we learned were many (including quite a few on the merits of good air travel), but perhaps most important was the cultural prioritization of JWD—jobs well done—in Jakarta.…
 
In her 30+ year career, Cynthia Cleveland has driven significant growth at major companies like Universal Studios, Mattel Toys, and Teleflora. And while these companies all had their unique challenges and opportunities, Cynthia found a recipe for success by focusing on three key drivers that she believes are essential to getting any business BI ...…
 
Find out how Episode 55 guest Cara Benningfield used her technical background in tax to find a field that she loves and a career that she's passionate about.
 
An employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) is a tax-advantaged succession-planning vehicle and retirement plan that’s sometimes overlooked. Guest Cara Benningfield joins host Damien Martin to explain how ESOPs can help preserve the culture and legacy of a business and discuss the pros, cons and risks of an ESOP transaction. TIME STAMPS OF WHAT’S C ...…
 
We have the key to passionate, knowledgeable, dedicated employees: decent compensation, and 40 hours of it. Kent and Dan outline the detrimental effects of minimum wage on the specialty retail industry, advocate for a change in payroll structure, and even talk about the other C-word: commission.
 
The absolute best companies don’t get BIG by accident. They grow fast and achieve meaningful scale because their CEOs are rigorous in their planning, committed to working with top talent, believers in the culture they’ve built, and dedicated to learning and growing every single day. On today’s special episode, we dig into our archives to see wh ...…
 
On this episode of the Growing with Purpose podcast, host Paul Spiegelman talks with Rob Everts, Co-Executive Director of Equal Exchange, a worker-owned cooperative and online marketplace for fair trade goods. Equal Exchange is the oldest and largest fair-trade coffee company in the U.S. and one of the most successful worker-owned cooperatives ...…
 
We’re back with Manndatory Listening Season Two, and we’re starting with a subject that’s near and dear to our hearts: ORBiT, or Optimized Reality Behavior Training. ORBiT is a methodology that turns leaders into influencers and employees into eager students—listen in to learn how (and why it matters).…
 
In today’s episode, Steve will share his secret weapon for generating the one source of revenue that will most effectively fuel your business: referrals? What are the two “moments of truth” in your message? Why clarity is so important at radio station WIIFM? Why do you need to define and embrace your “pigeon-hole”. Why are stories so important? ...…
 
In this episode, David Rhodes, a technology consultant and active ETA investor, discusses how he advises search entrepreneurs when they have interest in a software-driven company. David emphasizes the importance of evaluating the product, process and team, and highlights some of the challenges and opportunities presented by SaaS.…
 
2018 – The Year in Review – The overall effect of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, Intergenerational Split Dollar and the NY Suitability Rules. AXA’s Tom McGlynn interviews Cindy Wormser, Mark Teitelbaum and Doug Lawson from the AXA Advanced Markets team on each of these issues. IU-2382338 (1/19) (Exp. 1/21)…
 
No, Amazon and the other tech giants have not wiped out family-run businesses. In fact, one third of Sheldon Harris' coaching clients are family-run businesses that feature multiple family members in various roles. And in Sheldon’s experience, that arrangement can be just as complicated as it sounds. “It's hard to find a business that doesn't h ...…
 
Did we get all the missing pieces to the §199A puzzle in the recently released final guidance? Guest Tony Nitti joins host Damien Martin to fit the pieces provided in the final regulations together and offer key takeaways for applying this complex new provision with tax filing season now officially underway. TIME STAMPS OF WHAT’S COVERED A big ...…
 
In this episode, Chicago Booth alum Darrin Shillair, president of Specialty Sales LLC, discusses his ETA journey and explains the benefits of pursuing a self-funded search and how he was able to acquire Specialty Sales a little over a year after beginning his search. Darrin explains how his search model provided him with a unique advantage in i ...…
 
Guests Emily Kembell and Gretchen Cliburn recently met host Damien Martin for lunch where they got to talking about the often intimidating subject of estate planning. Listen to their follow up conversation to get practical tips on approaching the complex world of estate planning within the context of the complex emotional realities of life. TIM ...…
 
In this episode, our host Brian O'Connor is joined by Dan Kessler, partner at Cyprium Partners, and Ken Sander, former chairman and CEO of Kellermeyer Building Services. The pair work through the mechanics of a management buyout (MBO) and discuss how Cyprium Partners worked with Ken's team to facilitate the MBO of Kellermeyer Building Services.…
 
Entrepreneurial inspiration can strike at any time. In Brian Scudamore’s case, he was sitting in a McDonald’s drive-through, trying to figure out how to pay for college, when he noticed a beat-up old pickup truck with plywood sides built up around the bed. “I looked at the truck and I went, ‘Aha, that's my ticket,’” Brian remembers. “I took a $ ...…
 
On this episode of the Growing with Purpose podcast, host Paul Spiegelman talks with Anisa Telwar Kaicker, CEO and Founder of Anisa International, a global leader in cosmetic brush design and manufacturing. Anisa started her company in 1992 at a time when men held most leadership positions in the cosmetics industry. In fact, Anisa International ...…
 
Businesses, owners and their advisors have been carefully evaluating their choice of entity and wrestling with converting S corporations to C corporations after tax reform. Listen in on an insightful two-part discussion as guests Steve Gorin and Susan Jones join host Damien Martin to take a closer look at this perplexing and complicated topic. ...…
 
Businesses, owners and their advisors have been carefully evaluating their choice of entity and wrestling with converting S corporations to C corporations after tax reform. Listen in on an insightful two-part discussion as guests Steve Gorin and Susan Jones join host Damien Martin to take a closer look at this perplexing and complicated topic. ...…
 
Previous guests of the “Simply Tax” podcast gather around the fire as host Damien Martin tells a classic story of the enactment and first year of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Listen to hear the story and guests of the following previous episodes: Episode 49: Tax Planning Questions for Businesses Episode 47: Tax Planning for High-Net-Worth ...…
 
Businesses and their owners have a lot on their wish lists this tax planning season thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Just in time for “TCJA-mas,” host Damien Martin calls in some help from guests Ed Karl, Jesse Palmer and Justin Stenberg to respond to a few TCJA-related wishes from businesses, their owners and their advisors. They’ll ...…
 
Jim Bennett’s parents never gave him an allowance, and so from a very young age he was always doing something to earn money. Those early experiences mowing lawns, delivering newspapers, and stringing tennis rackets planted the seeds of an entrepreneurial spirit. “I learned quickly that starting your own business always paid more than just a job ...…
 
What do core values, employee ownership, and craft beer have in common? Today on the Growing with Purpose podcast, host Paul Spiegelman talks with Dan Kenary, CEO and Co-Founder of Harpoon Brewery, a Boston-based craft brewery. Harpoon Brewery was founded in 1986 on a strong foundation of values and mission. Today, Harpoon Brewery is a shining ...…
 
Host Damien Martin sits down with BKD’s James Anderson to cut through the complexities of the loss limitation rules to demonstrate why you need an understanding of both new and existing tax law to apply these rules after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Join Damien and James as they break down the hobby and passive activity loss rules, explain ...…
 
The music retailers play sets the scene for customer’s interactions, including their purchasing decisions (did you know that 30-40% of folks surveyed would negatively respond—ie, leave—a store with no music?). We sat down with Brian Hawkins of Fixture Lab to discuss the importance—and legalities—of your preferred tunes.…
 
Insights on how to supplement and supercharge your retirement planning efforts. AXA’s Tom McGlynn interviews Jaime Hopkins of The American College on how to “Rewire” your Retirement. They cover the major provisions and lucrative planning opportunities in planning for retirement and how life insurance, specifically, can potentially supplement re ...…
 
Mark Agnew, president and CEO of Lou Malnati’s and adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at Chicago Booth, speaks about his journey with Lou Malnati’s and the lessons he’s learned as president and CEO of the company. Mark stresses the importance of making every experience a learning opportunity and developing a strong company culture. He attrib ...…
 
Successful entrepreneur Rob Swanson, former founder and CEO of RAS & Associates, shares his experience founding a company, driving growth through sales and employee development, and ultimately exiting the business. As an operator, Rob’s insights into his sales and growth strategy for RAS & Associates serves those in the ETA community that have, ...…
 
In this episode, Mary Josephs, founder and CEO of Verit Advisors, discusses employee stock ownership plans (ESOP) and their role in ETA. She provides listeners with an overview of ESOPs, how they work, and their role as a corporate finance alternative to acquiring a business.
 
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