Chief executive remuneration should be a strategic decision, one not driven by pay brackets

Shareholders and non-executive directors should be more actively involved in challenging remuneration structures for their executives, says Gary Gilbert, Managing Director of Executive Choice a contingency recruitment company that is part of the Mindcor Group. Gilbert says executive remuneration must correlate with expected value-add from the leadership, particularly the chief executive officer. Responding to the

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Values-based leadership in banks drives value to customers

The current group chief executive of Britain’s Barclays Bank, Antony Jenkins, has being quoted as saying that staff must “adopt the new values or leave”. Which signals a shift in the focus and orientation of many new CEO’s as they shift their corporations after the post 2008 impact on the banking sector and questions around

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