WEBINAR | A Board Imperative: Designing Executive Compensation to Drive Performance and Engage Leadership

View an on-demand recording of this recent webinar hosted by the Health Forum/American Hospital Association, where industry experts from SullivanCotter discussed how to effectively design executive compensation programs that support your organization’s leadership talent management strategy.

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While ensuring the stability of current executive talent is important, board members need to build a strong pipeline for future leadership. Executive roles are becoming increasingly complex as health care organizations nationwide focus on integration, care delivery redesign, value-based care and, ultimately, improving population health. Hospitals and health systems face a number of challenges when it comes to recruiting, retaining, motivating and engaging the right people.

Supporting the next wave of health care leaders through comprehensive talent management, leadership development and succession planning strategies is imperative. As health care continues to evolve, executive compensation programs are also changing to support these goals.

View a recording of this November 14 webinar, hosted by the Health Forum/American Hospital Association, where industry experts from Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, Inc. discussed how to effectively design executive compensation programs that support your organization’s leadership talent management strategy.

Key Learnings

  • Understand current trends in executive compensation and emerging talent requirements based on the changing health care environment
  • Insight into the specific actions and tools organizations are employing in response to ensure the development of a robust leadership pipeline
  • How effective performance measurement in annual and long-term incentive programs can be used to align with organization strategies, support executive engagement and promote leadership development
  • The potential implications of overlooking executive talent management, leadership development and succession planning strategies

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