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Tuesday, 13 October 2020
08:00-08:50 PDT
11:00-11:50 EDT
16:00-16:50 BST
17:00-17:50 CEST
23:00-23:50 HKT
02:00-02:50 AEDT +1
Breakout Series XI
Design and Strategy
Also suitable for Private Companies

Session Encore
with Live Speaker Q&A
Tuesday, 13 October 2020
17:00-17:50 PDT
20:00-20:50 EDT
01:00-01:50 BST +1
02:00-02:50 CEST +1
08:00-08:50 HKT +1
11:00-11:50 AEDT +1

11.3 Behavioral Economics: Implications for Participant Behavior

Designing incentive compensation plans without understanding how human beings make decisions and what motivates (and demotivates) employees and executives can lead to plan failures and unintended consequences. This panel of experienced practitioners and an academic will share current behavioral economic concepts and apply them to share plan and incentive compensation design. This panel delivers experts with extensive knowledge in plan design and with deep experience working with individuals who are making significant financial decisions every day, and will illustrate these showcased academic concepts and illuminate the importance and practical application to share plan practitioners.
Suzanne Killea, Merrill Private Wealth Management (US)
Carine Schneider, FGE, AST Private Company Solutions (US)
Dr. Marshall Vance, Virginia Tech (US)
CPE Credit: 1.0
Field of Study: Personnel/HR
Level: I, II, III