Better Performance Plans

Get Stronger Results from Your Compensation Plan

Why do some company performance plans inspire strong results while others sputter or even backfire?  Ineffective incentive plans often lack the advantage of important lessons from behavioral economics that help avoid potential pitfalls.  This seminar offers discussion and cases to expand your knowledge of how and why performance incentives work, learn what other companies are doing, and take a fresh look at your own plan.  You will have fun in this fast-paced, informative session.

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Topics Discussed

The Microeconomics of Motivating Your Team

  • Discover useful behavioral economics concepts and techniques
  • Apply behavioral economics concepts in your organization
  • Improve incentive compensation programs and employee performance plans

Compensation and Bonus Plans

  • Create the “right” compensation package
  • Design and manage bonuses
  • Understand how to motivate success with open book management

Cases and Group Discussion

This seminar will include at least three cases or exercises for group discussion.

Target Audience:  Corporate financial managers

Level of Knowledge:  Intermediate

CPE Credit:  4 hours group live

Area of Study: 

2 hours:  Economics

2 hours:  Business Management

Prerequisite:  None, but management experience helpful

Advance Preparation:  None

Authors:  Diane D. White and John L. Daly

John L. Daly

Acronym: BPP

Scheduling:  Schedule with Ethical Leadership or Cases in Corporate Ethics to provide a full day series.