Archive for April, 2015

Is ‘Leverage’ the new Paradigm for Achieving Competitive Executive Compensation Plan

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Bob Birdsell explains how by using a S&P 500 Indexed Universal Life Insurance Policy, a Third Party Bank Loan, and a modest Company Investment, an organization can provide a very attractive program available to their most senior executives without incurring a new expense.
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The Three Myths of Leadership Development

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Article by Sheila Repeta with Jim Finkelstein

FutureSense explores the three fundamental assumptions that organizations have long held onto that lead to ineffective leadership development.


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GE: “Bringing Good Things to Life” in the Board Room

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The Board of Directors is accountable to shareholders and is expected to keep shareholders’ interests in the forefront.  Michael Graham explores why certain boards are resistant when shareholders want to nominate their own directors via proxy access.  
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The Wealth Gap

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This is the first in a series of articles on the subject of the gaps in wealth and income and the implications for people and the organizations that employ them. This month, we will start with a discussion on why it happened, looking at an array of authors, economists, pundits, and politicians to see where they agree and where they disagree.
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