Complimentary Webinar- December 3, 2013
12 noon- 1pm PST
Next Practices Compensation and Rewards Alignment
Presented by HR.Com
Scott Hamilton, CEO of the Executive Next Practices Institute
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December 3-4 Compensation Virtual event: http://web.hr.com/yuky1
Extraordinary Performance Alignment via Talent, Customer and Operational Rewards Centricity Overview
True innovation and dramatically improved compensation practices are called for across organizations, and yet in most entities, less than 20% of rewards are actually aligned to performance metrics and key business outcomes. Most CEO’s and top HR leaders intuitively know this, and yet a way forward for most companies has been glacially slow to materialize. This webinar, drawing on case examples of hundreds of companies, will identify “next practice” methods to creating more effective compensation and rewards systems.
This interactive webinar session will help participants discover the key business drivers and outcomes that compensation programs must support via “line of sight” alignment techniques.
This is a comprehensive session for those leaders who want to demonstrate both program effectiveness and the ROI of rewards and compensation management.
Key topics covered in this highly interactive session for HR leaders:
> Improved methods to align your compensation and rewards programs- Boardroom to Loading Dock
> The “One Company” method- how to create world beating compensation practices- by making disparate parts of your rewards programs work better together
> How to create a team of “performance collaborators” vs individual contributors
> Case studies of “next practice” compensation alignment methods and ROI
> Beyond a “seat at the table” – making your business case for new rewards and compensation initiatives
> Practical steps and techniques to move your HR and Executive team forward
1. How to build a more holistic, aligned compensation system
2. The 5 key factors to rewards alignment
3. How to track ROI of your compensation system
Who Should Participate
Directors of C & B
Link to December 3-4 Compensation Virtual event: http://web.hr.com/yuky1
Healthcare Forecast and Impacts on Your Business – A Next Practices Approach
ENP and (Medical) Device Alliance Joint Event
1. Financial picture- new capital sources, employer implications, provider restructuring
2. Innovation opportunities and value creation driven by the regulatory & economic environment
3. Technology breakthroughs- wireless healthcare, IT infrastructure, including Medical Device trends
4. Communications trends (within employers, with patients, across the sector)
5. Patient Experience- transformations in patient care and satisfaction (Human Dignity)
Interactive session lead by top thought leaders including:
- R. Brian Ball, National Vice President, USI “Emerging Trends in Healthcare -The Big Picture”
- Kenneth McFarland, President and CEO Mission Hospital, Laguna Beach “New Wellness Business Models and the Hospital Perspective”
- Larry Stofko, Executive Vice President, Innovation Lab “Technology Integration and Medical Device Emerging Trends”
- Sabrina Pagano, PhD, Global Practice Leader, NSI Inc. “Human Dignity – Dramatic Changes to the Patient Experience”
Joined by top industry leaders, healthcare administrators, employer CEOs and regulatory experts
To book a speaking engagement contact:
A Reset of Strategy and Opportunity Capture for 2013
“Next Practices” Guidance for the C-Suite
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Event Date: November 29, 2012
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (October 22, 2012) — The Executive Next Practices Forum (ENP), a unique mastermind-like group for C-level business executives to review new leadership and business strategies, will host “A Reset of Strategy and Opportunity Capture for 2013” on November 29 at the Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences (Linnwood Dunn Theatre) in Hollywood, Calif. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 11:00 a.m.
This session will be guided by CEOs , best selling authors and area talent leaders including; Henry DeVries, co-author of Closing Americas Job Gap with foreword by Ken Blanchard; Chris Brown, CEO Market Culture; Laura Goodrich, global innovation expert and author of “Seeing Red Cars”; Kim Congdon, Managing Director, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences; Kendice Briggs, SVP HR Playboy Enterprises; Mark Steiman, Chief Administrative Officer, Kinecta; Guy Marsala, former president EZ Lube; and Turan Kahraman, CEO Askew Industries, many others. Speakers will share practical strategies and new perspectives on markets, job creation and growth opportunities. Attendees will be given insight and guidance to the latest innovations and forecasts in leadership, business-government relations and markets.
Visit www.enpinstitute.com/events to register. Registration is $65 before November 15, and increases to $95 thereafter ($175 door rate). “A Reset of Strategy and Opportunity Capture for 2013” will be held on Thursday, November 29 at the Academy’s Linnwood Dunn Theatre– 1313 Vine St. Hollywood, Calif. and will run from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. For more information, contact ENP at email@example.com or visit http://www.enpinstitute.com.
About the Executive Next Practices Forum: The Executive Next Practices Forum (ENP) is an established group of Southern California Fortune 1000 C-level and top functional leaders (CEO, CFO, CMO, HR, CIO) who meet to discuss innovative business and leadership strategies. Roundtable sessions are held with a strict “no-selling” policy to encourage leaders to interact, engage and think collaboratively, and to ensure maximum relationship-building. The group follows a “next practices” development method which discards the status quo in favor of a more effective and relevant approach to today’s business problems and tomorrow’s solutions. For more information on the ENP, contact the Executive Next Practices Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888.857.9722.
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MEDIA CONTACT: Stephanie Olesen, Beyond Fifteen Communications
Scott Hamilton Keynotes to International Leaders
Bellevue/Seattle metro Thursday, 29 March & Atlanta Tuesday, 22 May
The World We Are Living In Now;
Global Changes Impacting Business and Talent Management… MEGATRENDS and the CHALLENGES to CHROs
1- Financial Crises on Resources, Workforce Planning, Talent domestic/global;
2- Competing Globally: placing “work” at talent location or Mobile Talent;
3- Technological Change & Social Media: impact on workplace, communications;
4- Human Capital Asset retention
5- Executing strategy fast: re-aligning, achieving new revenue;
6- Working abroad with safety! What are special needs for expats, companies?
7- Compliances and Risk Management
SOLUTIONS… Re-alignment for fast-break execution; Integrating Technology, HR and Talent
Mobility with the Business
The New Global HR Success Formula:
IN sourcing vs Outsourcing
Creating a workforce of “IN”trepreneurs
Global “Next Practices” development
Getting to Your Core Strength and Maximizing the Value of HR Contributions to Organization Success
HR is tasked with more responsibility and risk, yet has generally fewer resources, time and budget.
How do you focus on those initiatives which add maximum value to your bottom line and talent satisfaction?
How do you “jettison” those tasks that do not add line of sight value to organization or people growth?
How do you get everyone “thinking like the CEO?”
This session examines case examples and ROI of the “next practices” leaders and organizations are employing to revitalize their core activities and moving “non-core competency” initiatives, tasks and processes to alliances, partners and trusted providers.
1. The fundamental question – what is your business strategy and how do future HR initiatives support the business in the most effective way? How do they fundamentally get executed?
2. How to measure the ROI of INsourcing vs Outsourcing activity and people.
3. How to align everyone to what is important.
4. How to gain influence (and budget) in times of cutbacks and retrenchment.
This highly interactive session features case studies of both successful external alliances and next practice sourcing methods.
President & CEO – Executive Next Practices
Senior Partner- ALLIGN
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