Part of CII's mission is to educate members about best corporate governance practices. With that goal in mind, CII staff hosts classes covering various corporate governance topics in conjunction with conferences.
Upcoming In-Person Courses:
September 16, 2019, from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET
Hilton Minneapolis, 1001 Marquette Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Course syllabus and faculty TBA
This course is an optional add-on to CII's 2019 Fall Conference. The cost is $295 for current CII Members and $395 for prospective members.
Online Courses:The cost for each online course is $195/person. Please contact Michael Miller for more information.
|Executive Compensation 101||Executive Compensation 201|
|Originally offered in conjunction with CII's 2015 Fall Conference, Executive Compensation 101 provides a practical introduction to how public companies and their shareholders resolve the question of how management should be paid. Led by practitioners, the class recordings involve a combination of lecture, panel discussion and audience Q&A covering:
||Originally offered in conjunction with CII's 2017 Winter Conference, Executive Compensation 201 features eight practitioners who share their expertise on trends and challenges in both designing and monitoring executive compensation. Individual presenters and an investor panel cover:
|Analyzing Proxy Contests||Engaging Effectively|
|Originally offered in conjunction with CII's 2016 Spring Conference, this master class features a trio of corporate governance practitioners using the case-study method to discuss how they evaluated recent proxy contests. This course provides a lens into the factors that drive voting decisions on contests, arguably the most challenging and consequential votes shareholders face. The class covers related issues such as fruitful approaches to pre-vote engagement; understanding the nature of funds' internal co-ordination between proxy voting staff and investment staff; and emerging trends influencing voting decisions.
|Originally offered in conjunction with CII's 2016 Fall Conference, this master class explored effective shareholder engagement with portfolio companies. This class centers on how to make ESG engagement productive from the shareholder standpoint, with a particular focus on dialog on governance and executive compensation.