An afternoon filled with inspiration, knowledge, and networking.
Boardroom Sessions | Performance, Compensation and Benefits
When: December 14
Where: Digital via ZOOM
Only available for platinum members
What to expect from The Next Women boardroom sessions
During these sessions we invite our leading – platinum and premium – members to take a moment for reflection on subject matters that impact them as entrepreneurs.
We invite speakers who are eager to engage with the bigger questions that influence our economies and societies but are capable of ultimately zooming into what these questions (and answers) could mean to running a business.
Our speakers share across a wide range from their own collection of experiences, anecdotes, insights, research, business and role modelling examples. Their stories and business approaches generally have the tendency to trigger the minds and hearts of our entrepreneurs and investors. The ideas shared range from strategic visions to the tactical and operational excellence and have the power to open the table for conversation.
Our speakers this session are
Annelie Lander | L&D scientist | Global Lead Leadership Development
An experienced Global Learning & Leadership consultant with a demonstrated history of working in Human Resources. Annelie is analytical, result driven, creative, agile, strategic, coaching, and (street) smart. An educational scientist with experiences in all aspects of Human Resources including leadership, learning, strategy, HR projects, HR policies, law, training, employee relations, relationship management, recruiting, benefit plans, reorganisations, change management and talent management. Annelie comes with a passion for learning and relishes in all things brain(s) and would like to make the world a better place by developing effective leaders and high performing team where people can be their best selves.
Manon Abercrombie | Reward Expert at Rabobank
A protagonist for the Total Reward vision with a broad HR perspective on result driven Compensation and Benefits strategies. A conceptual thinker who can bring strategy down to applicable tooling, concrete planning and successful adoption.
Her experience ranges from:
– Design and implementation of (international) rewards policies
– Design performance management (assessments) including training
– Design organisational structures and job weighting, HAY method
– Reorganisations and harmonisations, also international
During this session we’ll explore
Performance Management – looking at the evolution of the past years; what can we say the changes and lessons learned have been?
What is performance, benefits and compensation actually?
How do performance, benefits and compensation relate?
What do the benchmarks say?
I don’t have a performance, compensation and benefits scheme – where do I start?
I do have a performance, compensation and benefits scheme in place, but how do I know if it’s right and if it’s working for my company?