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AUGUST 05 - NOVEMBER 12, 2020
VIRTUAL MEETING

August 05, 2020

(Noon - 3:30 pm ET)

Session 1 - AI in Executive Compensation: Challenges and Opportunities

This session will look at the nuanced topic of AI in Executive Compensation. Our presenters will discuss the Shades of Artificial Intelligence: from Automation to Autonomous Intelligence in Total Rewards and Executive Compensation. They will share the results of TCB research on AI in HR and specifically how it applies to Executive Compensation. They will explore the challenges and opportunities related to AI investment decisions: Business Solutions, Costs, ROI, and more…

 

Scott Haralson

SVP and Chief Financial Officer, Spirit Airlines

 

JoAnne Moeller

Program Director and Senior Fellow, The Conference Board

 

Rocky Wiggins

SVP & Chief Information Officer, Spirit Airlines

 

Session 2 - Fireside Chat: ESG Center Insight on Executive Compensation

This discussion will highlight work the ESG Center is doing around the interconnected challenges in governance, corporate social responsibility and executive compensation. Paul will discuss the impact of Covid-19 on executive compensation including executive and Board pay reductions, shareholder issues and concerns, plan design, governance and evolving considerations. One message that is clear: It will not be business, as usual, going forward!

Paul Washington

Executive Director, ESG Center, The Conference Board

 

Lisa Hunter

Program Director, Senior Fellow, The Conference Board (Moderator)

 

Session 3 - Practical Matters in Changing Times

This is a good time to examine all the elements of your executive compensation programs with fresh eyes. Our presenters will start a discussion that will span Parts 2, 3 and 4 of this series.
This session will include the importance of reconsidering legacy policies, working with your Compensation Committee and leadership on change, communicating challenging messages, and more… We will also poll the audience for priorities to be addressed by additional speakers in Parts 3 and 4. We look forward to you helping set our upcoming Agendas.

Gerardo Guerra

Head of Total Rewards, MassMutual

 

Bill Tompkins

(Former) SVP Total Rewards, Nordstrom

 

Earn Recertification Credits

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Earn up to 3 CPE credits
Personnel/Human Resources
Requirements: Attendees must be logged in for at least 50 minutes to receive minimum credit, and participate in all interactive prompts. Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based; Program Level: Intermediate, Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree or higher, Advanced Preparation: None

HRCI

This program has been approved for 2.5 (HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward aPHR, PHR, SPHR, PHRca, GPHR, PHRi, and SPHRi recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org. Partial Credit not available. Must attend all sessions to receive credit.

SHRM

This program has been pre-approved for 2.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.orgPartial Credit not available. Must attend all sessions to receive credit.

Register Now - This event is free for members ($495 for non-members)

  1. Option #1: Register for the entire Conference Series and receive a $100 discount! (This will include on-demand links to previusly held parts as well as the live access to upcoming parts.)

  2. Option #2: Register for Part 2 Only.

REGISTER NOW

August 05 - November 12, 2020

About the Virtual Conference Series

We are reimagining the 2020 Executive Compensation Conference, transforming it from an in-person event in late October to a virtual series beginning July 8th and wrapping Nov. 12th. We are excited about the flexibility this format provides; it allows us to examine top of mind topics as they emerge and revisit later as appropriate.

The sessions offer the opportunity to engage in discussion on assessing pay/performance relationships, balancing external expectations of good governance, investor expectations, and concerns with sound business strategy in these turbulent times.

Our presenters will share insights on what they are doing to navigate the myriad of challenges presented by the Coronavirus crisis and how to move forward in these very uncertain times. The series will address trends; lessons from past crises; examples of executive compensation strategy, design and management; the voices of the Comp Committee and Investors; emerging topics in governance and the role of the corporation; and other topics that were already on the docket when Covid-19 and the ensuing financial crises hit.

Part 1: Coronavirus and Executive Compensation: Implications for Compensation and Benefits Programs (This event took place in July - when you register for the series, you will receive the on-demand link.)

Moderator: Lisa Hunter, Program Director, Senior Fellow, The Conference Board

Speakers:

  • Ani Huang, President, Center for Executive Compensation
  • Arthur Kohn, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb
  • Bonnie Kelly VP, Total Rewards & OE, Sealed Air
  • Steve Stevenson, VP Total Rewards, Otis Elevator Company

Next Session

Part 2: Aug.5, 2020 - Multiple Sessions - Noon - 3:30pm ET


12:00 – 1:15 pm Session 1- AI in Executive Compensation: Challenges and Opportunities

  • JoAnne Moeller, Program Director and Senior Fellow, The Conference Board
  • Scott Haralson, SVP and Chief Financial Officer, Spirit Airlines
  • Rocky Wiggins, SVP & Chief Information Officer, Spirit Airlines

1:15 – 1:30 pm - Virtual Break

1:30 – 2:15 pm Session 2 - Fireside Chat: ESG Center Insight on Executive Compensation

  • Paul Washington, Executive Director, ESG Center, The Conference Board
  • Lisa Hunter, Program Director, Senior Fellow, The Conference Board (Moderator)

2:15 – 2:30 pm Virtual Break

2:30 – 3:30 pm – Session 3 - Practical Matters in Changing Times

  • Gerardo Guerra, Head of Total Rewards, MassMutual
  • Bill Tompkins, (Former) SVP Total Rewards, Nordstrom

Upcoming Series Schedule:

Date Preliminary Topics

Part 3
Oct. 7, 2020
Noon - 3:30pm ET

• Re-considering / Re-envisioning Executive Pay
• Developments and Trends in Annual and Long-Term Incentive Plans
• Growth of ESG in Incentive Plans
• Shareholder Engagement, Issues and Insights
• Evolving Role of the Compensation Committee
• Big decisions for 2020-2021: Preparing for Year-End
• Practical Matters: Reporting and Disclosure, Taxes, Managing Change
• TCB CEO/ Executive Compensation Report Key Findings

Part 4
Nov. 12, 2020
Noon - 3:30pm ET

• Re-considering / Re-envisioning Executive Pay
• Big Decisions for 2020-2021 – Planning the Path Forward
• Executive Compensation: Post-Election 2020
• Practical Matters: Retention and Engagement
And more

Benefits of Attending

  • EXPERTISE: This series brings together experts across disciplines—legal, executive compensation, policy, and governance—to provide insights for a path forward.
  • PERSPECTIVE: With economies gradually reopening, the series will address evolving issues with deep experience and perspective, including lessons learned from past crises.
  • POV: The series integrates knowledge from The Conference Board’s ESG and Human Capital Centers, outside experts, and outside voices. 

Who Should Attend

This series is designed specifically for the following leadership roles:

  • Members of Board Compensation Committees
  • Chief Human Resource Officer
  • Vice Presidents and Directors, Total Rewards
  • Vice Presidents and Directors – Executive Compensation, Compensation and Benefits
  • Mid-senior level Executive Compensation professionals

Register Now - This event is free for members ($495 for non-members).  

  1. Option #1: Register for the entire Conference Series and receive a $100 discount! (This will include on-demand links to previusly held parts as well as the live access to upcoming parts.)

  2. Option #2: Register for Part 2 Only.

REGISTER NOW

Ani Huang, President, Center On Executive Compensation

Bonnie Kelly, VP, Total Rewards & OE, Sealed Air Corporation

Arthur Kohn, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP

Steve Stevenson, VP Total Rewards, Otis Elevator Company

Gerardo Guerra, Head of Total Rewards, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.

Scott Haralson, SVP and Chief Financial Officer, Spirit Airlines

Lisa Hunter, Program Director, Senior Fellow, The Conference Board

JoAnne Moeller, Program Director and Senior Fellow, The Conference Board

Bill Tompkins, (Former) Senior Vice President, Total Rewards, Nordstrom

Paul Washington, Executive Director, ESG Center, The Conference Board

Rocky Wiggins, SVP & Chief Information Officer, Spirit Airlines

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