John Trentacoste, managing director, Farient Advisors, discusses CEO succession planning and why some companies are “woefully under-prepared” for the loss of their chief executive. John suggest companies use “Pay for Potential” to connect their talent and compensation strategies in a more meaningful way.
John Trentacoste, managing director, Farient Advisors, tackles non-financial metrics in the compensation mix. Trentacoste outlines five reasons why non-financial metrics encourage value creation for shareholders and stakeholders and paint a fuller image of executive performance.
Farient Advisors explain the steps they took to get to yes on a say on pay vote for OM Group that initially failed to pass.
Robin A. Ferracone discusses Performance Share Plans.
As investors look for better ways to compare pay and performance, new pay definitions are emerging, explains Robin A. Ferracone, founder and CEO of Farient Advisors.
Robin A. Ferracone discusses whether the 27 percent jump in average CEO pay last year is fair.
Robin Ferracone discusses her book, Fair Pay, Fair Play: Aligning Executive Performance and Pay, in this in-depth Q&A on why now is the time for organizations to focus on pay and performance alignment.
Robin Ferracone discusses Performance and Pay Alignment in a series of videos with Forbes.com
June 28, 2010
Determining how to Pay CEOs – Forbes.com Robin discusses aligning pay and performance and the metrics to use when determining CEO pay
June 22, 2010
Myths about Executive Compensation – Robin discusses how outliers shape conversations about top jobs’ salaries in this interview with Forbes.com
June 22, 2010
Fair Executive Pay – Robin discusses the importance of learning to shape a new conversation around executive pay
May 13, 2010
Climb The Corporate Ladder – In this interview, Robin encourages employees to differentiate themselves from the rest of the pack
Robin A. Ferracone is interviewed by Matt Andrejczak in this MarketWatch video, explaining that the majority of CEOs are not overpaid, and that few “outlier” CEOs are skewing public perception.