New BPI Best Practices Designations

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Best Practices Designations
Best Practices Designations
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Promote your company as a designated Return to Office Friendly Workplace to your employees and candidates.

Best Practice Institute is designating companies as meeting best practice standards in the top critical areas around Return to Office and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.  Once approved, you will receive a seal showcasing your designation, which can be used on all advertising materials, job posts, email signatures, company social media and office signage.

Designated companies will receive:

  • Designation Seal 
  • Summary description of your company meeting the criteria. 
  • A dofollow (SEO specific link) targeted link to your company.
  • Your designation/seal logo will include the following:
  • Source File
  • Logo Transparency
  • Printable Resolution File
  • 3D image
  • Social Media Kit
  • Vector File
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Sign-up in the next 24 hours and save 10% with promo code: BPD0723

The cost per designation category is $495 and you will get 10% off if you click to buy now. Click the link below to apply.

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Some of the benefits include:

  1. Improved Employer Branding
  2. Access to a larger pool of candidates
  3. Showcasing your support for critical workplace issues
  4. Recognition by Best Practice Institute – the preeminent association for best practice accreditation. 

Your Designation Seal will include:

  • Source File
  • Logo Transparency
  • Printable Resolution File
  • 3D image
  • Stationery Design
  • Social Media Kit
  • Vector File

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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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