EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION FORUM Paychecks have been growing at a record-breaking pace in the past few years, driven in part by a strong economy and increased competition for talented, senior-level leaders to replace outgoing executives. This has resulted in a stronger negotiating position for candidates and current CEOs.
During the panel discussion, we will explore new developments in executive compensation plans and focus on the mechanisms organizations use to measure staff and CEO performance to determine incentive pay and bonus compensation.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND Executive compensation is evolving (and growing) quickly to retain and attract talent in competitive marketplace. Not only shoud executives should insure their pay is inline with the marketplace, but the panel discussion will help organizations udpate their own compensation practices to increase productivity and protect valued staff.
THE PANEL The panel includes experts in distinct areas of compensation for nonprofit and association executives. Leslie Hortum, who manages the Washington, DC office of the top-tier recruitment firm Spencer Stuart. Greg Needles, a partner at law firm Morgan Lewis and expert in benefits and executive compensation for tax-exempt organizations. And Charles Quatt, president and founder of Quatt Associates, the preeminent management consulting firm specializing in executive compensation.
Event is free for CEO Update premium members and $29 for all other membership levels. Cost for non-members is $99. Register to attend.