The Value of Leadership: Tracking CEO performance in today's Reputation Economy - Special Report
Polecat Intelligence examines alternative indicators of corporate performance and what underscores the true value of leadership based on the reputation impact CEOs deliver on behalf of their respective companies.
The current system for executive pay is largely tied to corporate financial metrics based on incentives, shareholder linked returns and board discretion. This outmoded industry measure of pay-to-performance is a reflection of a C-suite culture of reward, that fuels social debate around overcompensation and fairness of pay. Remuneration, however, is not an indicator of corporate performance.
Read this report to discover why:
- CEOs in the FTSE100 that are the most highly paid according to industry research, may not be those leading conversation and delivering reputational gains
- How Female CEOs in the FTSE100 drive positive reputation impact versus male counterparts, and harness reputation capital – aligned with wider stakeholder interests
- Why adopting reputation monitoring to track performance over time can foster business growth and continuity
According to PwC's 22nd Annual Global CEO Survey, 92% of CEO's believe reputation intelligence is critical however, only 24% believe they have a comprehensive view on reputation data.
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