When Corey Rosen first learned about employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) while working on Capitol Hill in the 1970s, he was immediately drawn to the idea.
This article originally appeared on Forbes.com.
The process for getting a raise at my company used to be super easy, until I learned that most people didn’t know what it was, and if they did, they were terrified.
When I joined my father’s practice, Clarke EyeCare Center, in 1995, it took a few years for me to define my vision as a leader. We were hiring and firing and trying to build the perfect team, until I realized that there’s no such thing as the perfect team.
"There is no more effective way to empower people than to see each person in terms of his or her strengths."
- Don Clifton