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Integrity, Courage, Character in Compensation Leadership

Topic:
Integrity, Courage, Character in Compensation Leadership
Date:
September 10, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Jack Taber, Global, Executive Compensation Consultant(The Taber Company)
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Description
****This sessions does not apply for IHR and HRCI credits as it was too short in length****


The greatest challenge in business today is that of following a principle-based path in our work and demonstrating courage in the face of constant pressure to conform or “follow the leader.” Simply put, demonstrating integrity and courage places all that we value most, (job security, family, friends and home), at personal risk. However, we have also seen the results of blind obedience in the scandals at such corporate giants as Enron, Lehman Brothers and most recently the debacle unfolding at J P Morgan Chase. The watchdogs, auditors and admired leaders were there, at the moment when decisions were made that clearly turned these companies toward the abyss. This is not to say that those of us that practice Compensation and HR influence decisions that necessarily hold the potential to topple companies, but how we choose to apply integrity and courage in our work, ultimately determines our character.

This webinar is designed to help compensation and HR professionals better understand our role in the organization and how important it is for each of us take the risk and act with integrity, courage and character. The act of integrity and courage encompasses a willingness to constantly seek to engage in a “conversation of equals” with your manager, executives and employees within the company. This requires developing the ability to move to a level of conversation that allows you to provide the best advice and counsel and help managers make good decisions. We will review how the world of compensation (including the regulatory environment) has changed over the last thirty years and the obligation it places on compensation leaders to deliver solid advice and counsel.
Who Should Participate
Participants should include compensation professionals regardless of level within an organizations, (e.g., individual contributor or management). HR professionals in general can also benefit from the discussion.
What You Will Learn
You will learn the following: - The primary role of Compensation/HR professionals in organizations - How providing good data and recommendations to management has changed significantly in the past thirty years - How integrity, courage and character can manifest itself within organizations - How to speak the “language of courage”
Recommended Resources
There are any number of articles and books on the subject of the importance of integrity, courage and character, however there are two notable books worth reading. - Courage: The Backbone of Leadership, Gus Lee and Diana Elliot-Lee, authors - Crossing the Unknown Sea: Work as a Pilgrimage of Discovery, David Whyte, author
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It was a great one. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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We had a number of different levels in our room participating in the webinar. It would be helpful to incorporate some additional level of explanation. The group also had some difficulty following along with the example of the rowers however Jack did a good job explaining based on the question we asked and tying the subject and example together. 3 / 5
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Student
With regard to the story about the rowers it would seem that the consultant firm really didn't present the best information or help the managers to interpret it... if you took the info from the green team that had the 7 rowers and 1 manager .... would it have not been more feasible to have the red team increase the number of rowers than to increase management? just a logical thought here.... Good story though... 4 / 5
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