an independent compensation advisor to the board has become a normal part of
business today, especially for publicly traded organizations.
Unfortunately, the definition of an independent model often varies from company
to company and can result in misaligned advice between executive vs management
compensation. This webinar looks at a few of the various independent
consulting models and helps the role of HR to examine which will lead to the best
desired outcome for the organization while appropriately serving the needs of
Examine the various independent models that exist in practice today;
Common challenges faced by HR when an independent compensation advisor to the board has been selected;
Useful ways to create an alignment between the independent advisor's work and management’s work; and
How HR can leverage the opportunity to collaborate with the independent advisor and build a stronger relationship with the Chair of the Compensation Committee and other committee members.
Who should attend:
Advanced Level; HR Leadership
About the presenter: Paul Gryglewicz
Mr. Gryglewicz is the Senior
Partner at Global Governance Advisors and a key member of the firm's Senior Leadership Team. He engages
with Boards and senior management advising them in the areas of executive
compensation, human resource strategy and corporate governance. Paul's work
incorporates leading edge governance practices, mitigates risk and educates key stakeholders on
sophisticated compensation systems.
Paul was previously a Senior
Consultant in Hay Group's Executive Compensation practice, focused on advising
clients nationally, primarily within the real estate, pension fund and
investment management industries.
Paul is an MBA graduate and Athletic Scholar
from the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University and holds a
Bachelor of Commerce degree in Management Economics in Industry and Finance
from the University of Guelph.