The "new normal" of a rapidly evolving business environment involves both unforeseen and planned-for challenges and opportunities: a company transformation or turn-around, a merger or acquisition, or an external factor such as substantial global currency fluctuations. In many of these circumstances, boards may find they are looking through the rear view mirror when it comes to executive compensation—reacting to the current business condition instead of enacting their carefully planned program to support long-term value creation.
Please join the NACD New England Chapter and Pearl Meyer for a webinar panel discussion on how many of these changes may impact incentive compensation programs and how to best address any such impact within the context of your company's overall business strategy. Hear from our experienced panelists who have been down the path and learn what to watch for and what works.
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Ellen Richstone Ellen currently serves on the boards of four public companies: eMagin Corporation, Superior Industries International, BioAmber Inc., and Orion Energy Systems Inc. Ellen is also on the board of the National Association of Corporate Directors New England Chapter; and was the recipient of the first Annual Distinguished Director Award from the ACCD (American College of Corporate Directors).
Karyn Barsa Karyn is a member of the board of directors of Deckers Outdoor Corporation (NYSE: DECK) where she serves on both the audit and compensation committees. Karyn also chaired the compensation committee and served on the risk committee of the board of Performance Sports Group (NYSE: PSG) from 2014 until the company was sold in 2017.
Martin Van Walsum Martin is Vice President, Executive Compensation for Thermo Fisher Scientific, a $17 billion global company, and the world leader in serving science. Mr. Van Walsum serves as the top functional executive responsible for global leadership of all executive compensation matters. He has over 25 years’ experience working with senior corporate and business unit executives, and board compensation committees designing innovative programs that drive strategic business results.
Matt Molberger Matt is a vice president with Pearl Meyer in the Boston office. He consults primarily to companies in the technology and life sciences sectors. Matt works with clients to develop comprehensive executive compensation programs that support long-term business objectives.