Mode of learning : Short programs-ClassRoom
Domain / Subject : Business & Management
Function : General
Trainer name : V.G. Narayanan
Starts on : 1st Jul 2015
Duration : 3 Days
Difficulty : Advanced
About the course
Executive compensation has become a flashpoint issue for board members, institutional investors, regulators, and the media. This program helps committee chairs and members design more effective compensation programs that not only tie business strategies to company performance, but also motivate top executives and valued employees. You'll also gain new strategies for meeting investor expectations as the regulatory climate evolves.each transaction.
Designed for board members and senior executives who participate in compensation planning, this program examines the characteristics of a well-functioning compensation committee and the close relationship among compensation plans, employee motivation, and long-term value creation. As a participant, you will learn to adapt your strategy's structure and process to better reflect market demands.
Through analysis of real-world situations and in-depth self-evaluation, you will learn to:
Compensation Committees: New Challenges, New Solutions is intended primarily for directors on boards of large public companies who serve as chairs or members of compensation committees and for senior corporate executives. Bank directors, chief executive officers, directors of human resources, investors, legal professionals who help structure employment contracts, and regulatory officials charged with implementing legislation also are encouraged to apply.
The intensive curriculum focuses on the design of compensation plans and on the process that compensation committees can—and should—use to develop practices that link the rewards for executive performance to company goals. Crucial questions addressed include:
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