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Winning Executive Talent: A Comparative Look at Current Public and Private ...

September 8, 2016
Sacramento, CA



Join other board directors and Seamus O'Toole, Managing Director of Semler Brossy, in this up-to-date look at attracting, rewarding and retaining top tier executive leadership. This limited seating session will be focused on directors who have a role in approving and adopting executive compensation strategies and policies for leaders of their organization.   While a benefit to all participants, this session will be particularly insightful to directors seeking to develop focused programs for their company, strategy, culture and industry.  Topics to be explored include:


Topics to be explored include:

  • Trends in executive compensation  - how public company trends are impacting the broader talent market

  • Public vs. private company pay practices  - advantages and disadvantages of each

  • Median or bust - calibrating pay opportunities to compete in the broader talent market
  • Pay for performance - defining success for the business and calibrating appropriate pay strategies
  • Unique approaches to compensation design for various business scenarios

Location and Time


Weintraub | Tobin
400 Capitol Mall, 11th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814

11:30 - Noon Registration & Networking
Noon - 1:30 Lunch & Program

Speaker Spotlight


Managing Director

Seamus O'Toole joined Semler Brossy in August 2003. He has experience across industries, including financial services, high technology, retail, healthcare and real estate development. Seamus graduated from Pomona College with a BA in Mathematical Economics. Prior to joining SBCG Seamus worked as a technology consultant.



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How to Keep Executive Pay Balanced and Investors Satisfied” states that “setting executive compensation is an artful balancing act where directors must consider both hard numbers and the subjective qualities that define the company’s leaders.” Click here to read the full article in NACD Directorship Magazine.