Great talent is hard to come by and non-profits find themselves with the added disadvantage of limited budgets. In this increasingly competitive landscape, what is the role of the board in ensuring the organization has the talent it needs to thrive and drive impact? Nonprofits have historically underinvested in talent both financially and from a development perspective. How can the board help grow the team’s skills, develop future leaders, support the retention of key talent, and invest in longview strategies for the benefit of the organization?
Meg & Katie will share how on February 15th!
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Meg enjoyed being part of NACD’s Nashville Panel on Tuesday, October 16, 2018, to discuss the expanded role of Compensation Committees in managing culture and talent.
NACD and Lipscomb University’s Dean Institute for Corporate Governance & Integrity in Nashville, TN had an interactive discussion on the board’s evolving role in compensation oversight, including:
- The latest in compensation trends from Deloitte’s recent latest report
- How compensation can drive both short – and long – term value creation
- Compensation’s role in cultivating a vibrant corporate culture
- Risks of various compensation approaches
For more information about NACD, click here.
Featuring Meg Crosby & Katie Spencer
When: Friday, October 26, 2018 from 12-1:30PM. Lunch included, and free to attend.
Where: Lipscomb & Pitts Building (2670 Union Avenue Ext), Memphis, TN 38112
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The Board’s Role in Talent Development: Great talent is hard to come by and non-profits find themselves with the added disadvantage of limited budgets. How can the board help grow the team’s skills to increase impact, develop future leaders, and support the retention of key talent without stepping on the toes of the ED’s daily management responsibilities? PeopleCap will walk you through strategies to develop your organization’s talent without breaking the bank and in support of the leadership.
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