Bev Kaye Wins 2019 Best Practice Institute Lifetime Achievement Award

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Bev Kaye Wins 2019 Best Practice Institute Lifetime Achievement Award
Bev Kaye Wins 2019 Best Practice Institute Lifetime Achievement Award
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Beverly Kaye received the 2019 Best Practice Institute Lifetime Achievement Award. Louis Carter presented the award to Bev Kaye at Equinor at their HQ in Houston, TX during a 2019 BPI Senior Executive Board meeting.

Bev is In Great Company with the past lifetime achievement award winners John Kotter, Frances Hesselbein, Warren Bennis, Jay Conger, Marshall Goldsmith, W. Warner Burke, and more. “We chose her based on her significant contributions as a founder of the field of career development.” said CEO of Best Practice Institute Louis Carter “We consider her to be the pioneering thought leader who created the field, giving us all the opportunities to practice our trade today and hold related positions in leadership and talent management. Because of her and other pioneers who have founded our Board, we have dedicated our lives to career development.”

Every year, the Best Practice Institute bestows the Top CEO Award along with Most Loved Workplaces and Lifetime Achievement award for exceptional leadership and talent yearly. The Institute is an award-winning leadership development center, think-tank, product development incubator, solutions provider, peer network, research institute and online learning portal with more than 10,000 corporate and individual learning members and over 42,000 HR leaders around the world.


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Louis Carter
Louis Carter is CEO and founder of Best Practice Institute, social/organizational psychologist, executive coach and author of more than 11 books on leadership and management including his newest book just released by McGraw Hill: In Great Company: How to Spark Peak Performance by Creating an Emotionally Connected Workplace. He has lectured globally in the U.S., Middle East, and Asia on his work and research in organization and leadership development and is an executive coach and advisor to CEOs and C-levels of mid-sized to Fortune 500 organizations. He was named one of Global Gurus Top Organizational Culture Gurus in the world and was chosen to be one of 100 coaches to be in the MG100 (Marshall Goldsmith) out of 14,000 people as one of the top 100 coaches in the world .

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