03 December, 2012 | (01 hr)

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As investors have become more sensitive to the implications of executive pay governance, they have insisted on an appropriate sharing of business risks and rewards between shareholders and management. An investor discusses how compensation committees should utilize detailed and reliable analyses and metrics to connect the dots.

Audience: Compensation committee members and senior executives who are accountable to shareholders of major corporations


Glenn W. Welling

Glenn W. Welling
Founder and Chief Investment Officer
Engaged Capital, LLC

Mr. Welling serves as Principal and Chief Investment Officer of Engaged Capital. Prior to Engaged Capital, Mr. Welling was a Principal and Managing Director at Relational Investors, a $6 billion activist equity fund. At Relational, Mr. Welling was... Full Bio

Donna Dabney

Donna Dabney (Moderator)
Executive Director, The Conference Board Governance Center

Donna Dabney joined The Conference Board as Executive Director, Governance Center, in August, 2012. In her current position, Donna leads The Conference Board efforts in the areas of corporate governance and sustainable value creation.

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