The practical result is that the legislature can pass a statute, but the executive
can, in effect, nullify that law.
And there should be sufficient leverage in the pay program so executive
pay will fluctuate with changes in actual performance.
Thomas Suozzi, Nassau County Executive
; and Rubin Pikus, Milbrook Properties.
* Julie Fasone Holder, corporate vice president for Public Affairs, Human Resources and Diversity & Inclusion, assumes executive
oversight for Dow's activities in Latin America.
For some companies, the bottom line on executive
education is whether it's worth the tuition and travel costs and what impact the executive
's attendance at the program has on both individual and organizational success.
Indoc includes a variety of executive
workshops on leadership skills, covering topics such as briefing techniques and communication skills, human relations, negotiation techniques, managing transition, and performance development.
Here are some tips for choosing an executive
education program for women:
The training period, when prospective executives
are rotated through different worldwide regions, is a critical chance for the company to instill the corporate culture, including, most importantly, its global vision.
Ethics and corporate responsibility are important components of executive
education programs at most leading business schools, in response to the changing nature of the world's investment and business environment.
The new executive
vice president of Manor Care and former president of Harborside Healthcare carried the banner for the nursing home industry in 2005, speaking up about the state of Medicare reimbursement, healthcare reform and quality of care.
Insurers use it to provide a nonqualified benefit to executives
they "carve out" of the group term-life employee pool.
You'll walk out with a dozen topics that are keeping that particular executive
awake at night.