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HR professionals from non-competing NGA member companies meet twice each year to participate in open and confidential sharing sessions. This professionally-facilitated share group provides a very unique opportunity for HR executives from independent grocery companies to discuss challenges, seek the advice of peers and share solutions. Members alternate hosting the meetings (store tours included) and industry and HR topic updates are included on the agenda as requested by participants.
Now accepting new members. Non-competing NGA members will participate in facilitated discussion around key operational issues. Open and candid sharing sessions will enable participants to ask questions, review challenges and discussion solutions with peers. Share group meetings will include round robin open sharing sessions as well as in-depth discussion of a particular area of store operations.
Now accepting new members. CFO's from non-competing NGA members will participate in facilitated discussions around key organizational issues. Open and candid sharing sessions will enable participants to ask questions, review challenges and discuss solutions with peers. Members will meet twice a year (one meeting will be held at the annual NGA Financial Management Conference) where industry and financial updates are included on the agenda as requested by participants.
Coming soon. High potential executives poised to assume a significant leadership role in their organization will participate in high-level strategy discussions as well discuss leadership development opportunities. Members of the share group will alternate hosting the meetings, which will include store tours, open sharing and focused discussion around a mutually agreed upon topic (i.e., marketing, technology, operations, finance, etc.)
Information technology professionals from non-competing NGA member companies meet twice each year to participate in open and confidential sharing sessions. This professionally facilitated share group provides a very unique opportunity for IT executives from independent grocery companies to discuss challenges, seek the advice of peers and share solutions. Members alternate hosting the meetings (store tours may be included) and industry and technology topic updates are included on the agenda as requested by participants.
ESOP Share Group
Developed specifically for companies with full or partial employee stock ownership plans, this group will share and compare strategies for communicating with associates and other stakeholders, managing the organization and growing the business. The impact of government regulations will also be addressed. Professionally facilitated, this group will meet 1-2 times per year as directed by the members. Open to non-competing NGA retail members that are at least partially owned by employees.
If you are interested in participating in a share group or would like more information, please contact Aileen Munster, firstname.lastname@example.org, 703.516.8807. The share groups are self-funding; a nominal annual assessment will be required to cover meeting and facilitation costs.
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