Forum panelists say limited leadership talent pool, influx of industry executives with greater expectations is helping drive variable compensation higher. “(At-risk) pay at large trade associations is going up in some cases to almost 100 percent,” said Charlie Quatt, of compensation consulting firm Quatt Associates. “This is the future of compensation.”
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After Chris Krese’s son played a goodwill game in the Dominican Republic, the family agreed to provide 1,000 school backpacks.
With at-risk pay becoming a greater portion of executive compensation, the metrics used to determine incentive pay are growing more sophisticated. CEOs should take an active role in creating their performance measures and make sure clear priorities are established. “An increasing number of organizations are putting together a more stringent set of measures,” said Stephanie Tomasso of Russell Reynolds Associates.
NRF Foundation’s Adam Lukoskie saw need in his D.C. neighborhood, rolled up his sleeves to help day center for homeless women.
Nov. 30, 2018
NSC head leaving for industry job
Deborah Hersman will step down as CEO of the $60M-revenue National Safety Council on Jan. 11 to join self-driving technology company Waymo as chief safety officer.
Former U.S. tourism official to oversee group that underwent significant changes in recent years.
Compensation expert Charles Quatt on three ways associations tie performance to CEO pay.
Nov. 26, 2018
By Lori Sharn
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Information technology industry association CEO leaving job after nine years to oversee global public policy at Netflix, according to media report.
Transition planning will begin in December, APPA board announces. Kelly joined APPA in 2004, has been CEO since 2014.