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$13 Million for Being Fired?

Leo Apotheker was paid $10 million to come on board as HP’s CEO and then he was paid another $13 [...]

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter October 6 2011

$38 Million Turns into $1 Million: Stanford Finds the Real Value of Executive Compensation Packages

There are many ways to measure executive compensation packages, and in its paper, “What Does It Mean for an Executive to ‘Make’ $1 Million?” Stanford Graduate School of Business explores what CEOs really take home (not just what the media says they do). For example, in 2008 Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit took home over $38 million in reported compensation, but that translates to $2.9 million earned compensation, or just over $1 million in realized compensation.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , CEO Compensation December 29 2011

10 Best Companies for Executive Women and What CEOs Can Do to Develop Women Leaders

The percentage of board seats occupied by women among those ranked increased for the second consecutive year. AstraZeneca. EY, and General Mills top the list. General Motors recently named its first female CEO – although there was controversy over her “gendered” salary. The experience of Deloitte LLP offers guidance to CEOs on how to retain talented women leaders by incorporating flexibility into one’s culture.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Leadership & Strategy , Talent Management February 16 2014

10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #1 Procter & Gamble

#1 Procter & Gamble   Robert McDonald, CEO Quite simply, P&G executives are considered the Navy SEALs of management. This [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #10 Discovery Communications

#10 Discovery Communications   David M. Zaslav, CEO Discovery Communications makes leadership development a priority, and believe that each employee’s [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #2 IBM

#2 IBM   Virginia Rometty, CEO IBM has a long history of innovative leadership development and cross-discipline mentoring. Its Basic [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #3 General Electric

#3 General Electric   Jeffrey R. Immelt, CEO GE established the quintessential executive training ground at its world-famous Crotonville, N.Y. [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #4 3M

#4 3M   George Buckley, CEO 3M practices leadership development through assignment rotation; but, consistent with the study’s findings of [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #5 Southwest Airlines

#5 Southwest Airlines   Gary C. Kelly, CEO An airline known for its low costs and high spirits, Southwest manages [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #6 ADP

#6 ADP   Carlos A. Rodriguez, CEO ADP has made a commitment to becoming an “Employer of Choice,” and wants [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

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