Join us on March 24th with author Tom Wilson...Next Stage: In Your Retirement, Create the Life You Want
Your confirmed registration will include an e-Book copy of Tom Wilson's book:
Tom Wilson, Founder and Principal, Wilson Group
Author: Next Stage: In Your Retirement, Create the Life You Want
About our speaker...
Tom is a national authority on executive compensation and high performance organizations, and has over 30 years of professional business and consulting experience. He has worked with numerous boards and top executives to assess the competitiveness and effectiveness of total direct compensation plans, develop total compensation systems for sales organizations and total reward systems for employee groups. He is the author of five books including Next Stage: In Your Retirement, Create the Life You Want (2019), Changes for Challenging Times – A Special Report on Business Conditions and Compensation Trends (published 2009), Innovative Reward Systems for the Changing Workplace (McGraw Hill) and Rewards That Drive High Performance (AMACOM). He has written over 30 articles, book chapters and special features for Fortune Magazine, the Conference Board, Financial Times and Boards and Directors. He has been quoted in the Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, and the Boston Business Journal.
Prior to forming Wilson Group, Tom was the National Director of Rewards for Aubrey Daniels & Associates; Partner and General Manager of New England for Hay Group, Inc.; and Director of Organizational Consulting for the Forum Corporation. He holds a Master’s degree from Vanderbilt Owen School of Management and Bachelor’s degree from Southern Methodist University.
Come join the conversation! Once capacity is reached, additional sign-ups will be added to a wait-list and be filled upon receipt of cancellations. Non Members may attend at a $25 fee.
This event will be held jointly with the Norfolk & Plymouth Estate and Business Planning Council.
Boston Chapter of the Society of Financial Service
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