April Professional Development and Lunch & Learn
Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 – 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Schedule of Events:
- 8 am – Registration and Breakfast
- 8:30 – 9:45 am – Executive Compensation: An Overview of the $12M Paycheck & Future Trends That Will Lead to Even More, Candra Bryant (Hanna Resource Group)
- 9:45 – 10:00 am – Break
- 10:00 – 11:30 am – Enabling Managers to Use Pay to Manage Employee Engagement and Performance, Scott Schreiber (RSC Advisory Group)
- 11:30 – 12:00 pm – Break and Lunch
- 12:00 – 1:00 pm – Is a Growth Plan right for you?, Brandee Johnson (Carhartt, Inc)
**April’s Professional Development session has been submitted for two HRCI credits & two professional development credits through SHRM.**
Register here for both the Professional Development session and Lunch and Learn session. Registration deadline is Wednesday, April 17th.
Location: Rector Hayden Realtors Office
1099 Duval Street, Suite 250
Lexington, KY 40515
Executive Compensation: An Overview of the $12M Paycheck & Future Trends That Will Lead to Even More
While many executive pay practices continue to gain scrutiny from the public, executive compensation packages continues to soar, often at rates over 1,000x the median pay of their employees. Wall Street Journal recently reported a 6% raise in CEO compensation, which brings the median pay of CEOs within this comparator group to $12.4 million per year!
Whether you’re a publicly-traded, private for-profit, or not-for-profit institution, executive compensation will likely fall within the realm of your responsibilities as an HR professional at some point within your career. Guided by examples, this session will provide an overview of executive pay strategies, including base, short-term incentive, long-term incentive, and executive perqs. We’ll also provide tips to partnering with your executive compensation committee, consultant, or board of directors to set executive compensation strategy, meet current market demands, and ensure your organization is prepared to address future executive compensation legislation.
Session Speaker – Candra Bryant, MBA, PHR, SHRM-CP
Candra is currently in the role of Chief Operating Officer at Hanna Resource Group. She has a strong background leading and supporting HR engagements in organizations within both the public and private sectors. Having served 10 years as an HR consultant and a compensation practitioner for the corporate headquarters of Total Quality Logistics, Candra is experienced in leading the development of market-based compensation plans, incentive compensation plans, executive compensation, sales compensation, wage and hour regulations, and performance management systems. In addition to her work in compensation, Candra is responsible for leading our client’s HR audits, handbook reviews, development of job descriptions and HR procedures, employee engagement initiatives, training and development programs, and strategic planning initiatives.
Candra holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Northern Kentucky University and the European Summer School of Advanced Management, as well as a Bachelor’s degree from Georgetown College. Candra also maintains her certification as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) through the Human Resources Certification Institute and is a Society of Human Resource Certified Professional (SHRM-CP).
Enabling Managers to Use Pay to Manage Employee Engagement and Performance
The way an organization pays its employees contains the most sincere truth about how that organization values employees. HR is the lynchpin in driving managers – those with direct control of employee work and careers – to deliver pay correctly and in the context of engagement desired by the organization. Into the theory of pay program design, this seminar will instruct participants on how to help managers use their pay program as an effective tool to build short‐ and longer‐term employee engagement.
After participating in this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Help managers listen actively to employees to best understand their career and recognition drivers – to understand what their thoughts really are with respect to pay now and in the future.
2. Explain why their organization’s pay program is designed the way it is and how each element has a purpose integrated with other people systems and programs to build career engagement among successful employees.
3. Build an effective business case to managers that while fully utilizing the pay program to motivate and engage employees can be difficult (and intimidating), the lasting positive effects on employees and their collective performance make the effort well worth it.
Session Speaker – Scott Schreiber
Scott Schreiber is a Managing Director of RSC Advisory Group. In this capacity, he applies a multidisciplinary background to assist clients in maximizing the return on their compensation investment. Scott has consulted with a wide range of organizations from mature divisions of Fortune 50 companies to small, emerging high technology firms. Scott has provided compensation consulting services in the areas of Employee Pay, Sales Incentive, Variable Rewards and Executive Compensation.
Prior to RSC, Scott founded the Compensation Service Group, served as the Midwest Compensation Practice Leader for Watson Wyatt, and was a Principal and Practice Leader for Mercer’s Reward and Talent Management practice. Prior experience also includes Vice President Human Resources of a large insurance company, and several other corporate and consulting roles. Scott’s education consists of a Masters of Business Administration from Xavier University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Cincinnati.
Is a Growth Plan right for you?
In this session, we will explore why a growth plan is an essential part of your career journey, discuss focus areas of growth, and match strengths and challenges to your focus areas. Through this process, you will be able to zone in on your growth by creating attainable milestones for your journey.
In this session, we will discuss:
Why is a growth plan important?
What is your area of focus for growth?
How does the focus area benefit your growth?
What strengths compliment your growth area?
What areas of skill development do you have in your growth area?
Session Speaker – Brandee Johnson
Brandee Johnson, serves as a Learning Manager for Carhartt, Inc. Carhartt is a US based clothing manufacturer with a 130 year history of being the industry leader for workwear. In this role, Brandee leads a team of Learning Specialists in Carhartt’s Supply Chain locations in the United States and Mexico. In Brandee’s 8 years of service to Carhartt, she has been awarded the coveted “Sharpen the Saw” award for crafting innovative development programs in Supply Chain, and the Associate nominated “Inspire” award. Brandee has also earned the ATD’s Master Trainer designation, ASQ’s Certified Quality Improvement Associate, and Everything DiSC certification from Wiley publishing.
Brandee values servant leader concepts, and always looks for opportunities to connect and support others in their growth journey. Brandee holds a Master of Arts degree from Eastern Kentucky University, and a Bachelors of Music from Carson-Newman College. You can learn more about Brandee on LinkedIN.