A Career in Executive Compensation

What We’ve Been Up To

Outside of our client work, we collectively participate in several events throughout the year including an annual beach day, community service events, and more! Check out some of our recent events below. We also contribute internally to a number of industry-focused publications.


New York Office Ski Trip (January 2019)

This winter, the New York Office took a break from flying through proxies and instead flew down the slopes of Gunstock Mountain in New Hampshire. While the day ended with a few bruises, the challenge and mountain coasters kept the team going.


Holiday Party (December 2018)

The entire SBCG family let loose over the holidays with a fun-filled night of dinner, dancing, prizes, and paella. Everyone and their plus-ones went home with a gift card, and a lucky few went home with some amazing grand prizes. The night was topped off with a special surprise dance performance, when some of our partners proved they could be formidable dance partners as well.


Empire State Building, NY Office Move-In Day (November 2018)

In the fall of 2018, the New York team moved into our swanky, new office in the iconic Empire State Building. We love our new home and you can’t beat the views! Needless to say, we are in an Empire State of Mind, so let’s hear it for New York, New York, New York!


Malibu Madness Firm Event (October 2018)

The day after DIDI5, we put away the Gallup StrengthsFinder tests in favor of a strength the whole firm exhibits—fun (not a Gallup strength but still important). We journeyed up the 405 and down Kanan Canyon to Malibu Café for an afternoon filled with barbecue, bull riding, paddle boating, and lawn games.


DIDI5 Event (October 2018)

In the fall, the whole firm met in Los Angeles for the 5th annual DIDI (Dream It, Do It), one of our firm meetings that is focused on innovation and team-building. This year, DIDI5 focused on finding our top 5 strengths using the Gallup Strengths Finder test. We put our learner strengths into action, using the context of each other’s strengths to help build connectedness through communication and consistency.


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