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Description

Develop a deeper understanding of the issues facing Human Resources and Compensation (HRC) committees such as CEO succession planning, executive compensation and incentive plans, human capital development beyond the CEO and the increased scrutiny of executive compensation plans by activist shareholders, proxy advisors and other stakeholders.

Current Offerings

  • City Course code Instructor Led 
    Session
    Application
    Deadline
    Online HRC 005 Morning Session September 14, 2021
    10am-2pm ET
    August 17, 2021

Eligibility

This course is ideal for experienced directors currently serving or soon to be serving on an HRC committee.

Objectives

    • Define strategies around the design and monitoring of executive compensation and incentive plans
    • Discuss CEO evaluation and succession planning
    • Understand the board’s role in human capital and compensation beyond the CEO
    • Identify red flags and assessing risks associated with compensation

Benefits

Optimize your performance on an HRC committee through an enhanced understanding of the unique considerations around CEO succession planning, executive compensation plans, human capital development, and more, all while operating in an environment of increased shareholder scrutiny.

Format

This program uses a blended online learning model that weaves together best practices in adult education with creative networking opportunities.
  • The model includes:

    Independent online learning (up to three hours)

    Comprised of e-learning modules, videos, webinars, podcasts, readings, polls and more, independent learning enables participants to work through material at the time and pace that best suits their individual needs. It also allows for content to be broken into shorter, more digestible sections, and delivered in multiple formats to appeal to different preferences.

    Live, instructor-led session (approximately four hours)

    This instructor-led online session will focus on the application of concepts covered through independent learning. The live session might include class discussions, breakout group discussions and exercises, Q & A with instructors and other experts, simulations, live interactive panel discussions, live polling and online chats.

    Learning sustainment tools and resources

    Following course completion, participants may receive follow-up resources – such as recommended reading materials, videos, webinars, portals, courses and self-directed peer exchange. These resources help course alumni maintain up-to-date knowledge and feel engaged as part of the ICD community.

Faculty

Sue MacKenzie, ICD.D Headshot
Scott Munn, CFA Headshot
Georges Soaré, ICD.D Headshot

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