This Week in Leadership
Purpose is Powering Through the Pandemic
Best-selling author Dan Goleman on why “stakeholder” capitalism, defying skeptics, has gained more traction during the pandemic.
In the realm of executive compensation, 2006 was an epic year, with the introduction of stock option expensing, a record number of shareholder pay proposals, backdating investigations and extensive new SEC disclosure rules that will make compensation decisions even more transparent. As the largest component of executive pay, long-term incentives continue to receive the greatest deliberation and scrutiny among shareholders, board members and HR executives.