Wednesday 4th February 2015 – 6pm
Change of Speaker: Michael Rose
Reward (pay, bonus, benefits and stock) can be the largest single cost of a business, in which case it is critical to get the best value out of the spend. In all cases reward carries important messages to employees about what is important around here. Much more important than what the CEO says, is what is paid for. This session examines the role of reward and how to deal with these issues.
The session is targeted at executives in any organisation that employs people and anyone with an interest in the role of reward within a business.
Participants will gain insights into:
• How you can get best value from what you pay
• How reward fits with others sources of motivation
• Alternatives that can do more and cost less
• How to avoid the pitfalls
Michael Rose has over 15 years’ experience as a reward consultant, with KPMG, Arthur Andersen and, since 2009, through his company – Rewards Consulting Limited. Michael’s corporate experience has been in financial services, most recently as Director of Reward for Aon, EMEA.
Michael has an MA in Human Resource Management, is a Companion of the CIPD, an Associate of the CII and a Fellow of the RSA. He was Vice President Reward for the CIPD and was voted Compensation and Benefits Professional of the year for by Employee Benefits Magazine. Michael is often quoted in the press commenting on reward issues and has appeared on Radio and Television. He has published over 25 articles and written three books: Recognising Performance, (CIPD, 2001), A Guide to Non-Cash Reward, (Kogan Page, 2011), Reward Management, (Kogan Page, 2014).
His main interests are bridge and the theatre, in particular the National Theatre where Michael and his wife are life benefactors. They are also friends of the Hampstead Theatre.
Cancellations must be made by notifying us by email at [email protected] Members and guests who cancel at least 3 days prior to the event will receive a full refund.