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Facing challenges from inflation, supply chain disruptions, and ongoing pandemic fallout, companies are navigating a great deal of uncertainty when setting long-term performance goals. Even so, pressure is still on from investors and other stakeholders on diversity, inclusion and equity, environmental concerns and other prominent social issues. Our expert panel will discuss approaches to pushing forward on ESG strategy in a rocky economic environment.
The bar is always being raised for transparency and engagement between public companies and their major shareholders. With the growing prominence of ESG and human capital management issues at all levels of the governance conversation, what do board members and senior leadership need to know to be prepared for engagement in 2022? Our panel will discuss emerging best practices.
Oversight duties regarding leadership development and succession planning are increasingly commonplace in Compensation Committee charters. Recently, a smaller but growing number of charters also include oversight of employee culture and employee relations. Our panel will explore emerging impacts of this trend on the experience of committee members and on committee composition and selection.
With CEO turnover reaching a historic peak and remaining elevated over the last three years, it’s more critical than ever for boards to be prepared to make a smooth transition at the top of the house. Our panel of experts will break down how to develop and nurture a robust and diverse leadership pipeline, and craft strategic succession plans to minimize unwanted disruption.
Cathy BenkoBoard Member
Celeste CoruzziManaging Director
Nora DenzelBoard Member
Mark GoodmanVice Chair
Stuart HallESG Stewardship Manager
Ani HuangPresident and CEO
Lori KeithDirector of Research, Portfolio Manager
Nishesh KumarManaging Director
Jill LarsenBoard Member
Sonita LontohBoard Member
Phil NeiswenderHead of Board Advisory, Americas & Asia-Pacific
Rosie NewmanLead Consultant
Britta PuschendorfVice President
Ron SchneiderDirector, Corporate Governance Solutions
Lex SuvantoChief Executive Officer, Edelman Smithfield
Michele VionBoard Member
Brit WittmanVice President, Total Rewards
Joe YaffePartner, Executive Compensation
Equilar and Nasdaq are excited to offer a half-day program for public company compensation committee members, chief HR and senior-level compensation executives, general counsel, and corporate secretaries. The goal of the Forum is to help compensation committees establish and execute a compensation and benefits program that meets both management’s and investors’ expectations. Participants will gain valuable insights to make the best pay decisions and establish strong governance practices that will drive strategic and defendable compensation decisions.
Join influential business leaders to obtain intelligence, connections and innovative solutions to build a higher performing board.
Expert advice and solutions.
Gain valuable insights from industry experts and experienced board members and executives to objectively evaluate board strategy and risk, along with tools to ensure constructive interaction with key shareholders and advisors.
Engage with peers through in-depth, discussion-based sessions, and exchange business challenges, ideas and practical solutions to reach your business goals.
|Equilar Corporate Client Rate||$748|
|Standard Registration Rate||$1,495|
|Service Provider Rate||$2,495|
Equilar clients please contact us at email@example.com to receive your client rate discount code.
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