This information-packed webinar explores how to choose, manage, and measure performance metrics to maximize employee efforts and achievements. You will also learn:
- How to identify performance goals for your organization that will drive the right outcomes and behaviors
- Steps to take when implementing or updating your metric driven incentive plan
- How to make performance metrics relevant, and actionable in your organization
- Ways to be sure that the metrics you measure reward the ‘real’ top performers
- Specific ways that managers can better communicate the metrics behind the your incentive plan
- When to update performance metrics, and key considerations for doing so
- How to make pay metrics tangible, actionable and realistic to employees
- How many metrics to use and best practices for ‘weighting’
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Partner, Compensation Advisory Partners LLC
Eric Hosken serves as a Partner at Compensation Advisory Partners LLC. Mr. Hosken has over 12 years of executive compensation consulting experience working with senior management and Compensation Committees on all aspects of executive compensation, including total compensation review, annual and long-term incentive design, performance measurement and director compensation.
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