Palm Beach, FL: Leading Research Consortium Best Practice Institute is inviting nominations from all over the world for its esteemed Best Practice Awards 2020. The most coveted award in leadership and management, the BPI Awards aim to honor executives, innovators, CEOs, practitioners, and consultants who have been able to create a remarkable positive impact on their organizations despite upending cultural and economic norms brought on by Coronavirus.
“In light of all of the disruptions that the Coronavirus crisis thrust upon us globally, we wanted to focus specifically on leaders that represent the best in business resiliency and diversity & Inclusion,” said Louis Carter, CEO, and founder of the Best Practice Institute. “Presently, we are inviting all interested nominees from all over the world, to apply and show the world how they brought a positive impact on their workplace and the world overall.”
Award categories include:
CEO Award – For CEO leaders that have been committed to developing top talent and have a track record of success connecting business strategy to talent management
Practitioner Award – for director or executive level leaders that have successfully implement a program that includes a clear process beginning with a business need, engagement of users, and evidence of its success.
Company Founders Award – for entrepreneurs that have demonstrated success in the development of a product that contributes and serves its customers with great care and innovation
Thought Leaders Award – For leaders that have built a substantial pool of followers around published articles or works in the field.
Nominations for BPI Awards 2020 can be found at https://www.bestpracticeinstitute.org/best-practice-awards.
Several past winners have gone on to join BPI’s Senior Executive Board including KeyBank’s Chief Human Resources Officer, Brian Fishel and H.W. Kaufman’s CHRO Christine Tricoli, among others.
100s of CEOs have received BPI’s CEO Award including Dow Chemical Company CEO Andrew Liveris, former Genentech CEO and current Apple Chairman Arthur Levinson, Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy, FedEx CEO Fred Smith, and others.
Nominations for all awards will close by 5 PM Eastern Time on September 18th, and all the finalists will be announced by October 16.
What separates BPI Awards from most of the awards is that this elite program extends a huge range of marketing and networking opportunities for all the applicants. The nominees get their own pages onsite to leverage their SEO and social media presence. The application fee is minimal and the applicants also have the ability to add extras like press release writing & distribution and so on. Like every year, this year, too the BPI Awards will be included in the company’s Modern Talent Magazine, newsletters, and other materials.
All applicants registering for Best Practice Awards 2020 will receive:
- 1 listing and profile on the BPI Awards website
- Nomination logo which might be used on websites and social media pages
- Mention on Modern Talent Magazine which reaches more than 100,000 directors, managers, and executives in leadership development and talent management of big companies to SMEs worldwide.
BPI Awards nominees may apply in 4 different award types-
- Practitioner Award,
- Company Founders Award,
- Thought Leaders Award and
- CEO Award.
Best Practice Institute is an award-winning third party professional association/research institute that also acts as a product development incubator, peer network, solutions provider representing over 42,000 individual & corporate learning members from all across the globe. The Best Practice Institute Senior Executive Board represents over 400,000 employees throughout the globe. The organization is backed by top C-level members from Fortune 500 companies including the likes of Kimberly Clark Corporation, The Federal Reserve Bank of NY, J&J, Goodyear, Aramco, and more.
Louis Carter, the founder, and the driver behind BPI is a veteran social/organizational psychologist, thought leader, entrepreneur, investor, and best-selling author. The Best Practice Award is based on the “best practice method” developed by Carter himself in 1998. Carter had written about it in his first book, “Best Practices in Leadership Development”, which he co-authored with Warren Bennis. Carter’s method defines the gold standard for evaluating “best practices” deployed by professionals and practitioners in leadership & management and today has grown into a continuously evolving and sustainable system.
“Our BPI Awards champions the ‘best of the best’ in the global leadership and talent management scene. We celebrate those practitioners and professionals who have brought a ‘real’ change in the world.”
For more information on Louis Carter, visit: www.louiscarter.com
For more information on Best Practice Institute, visit: http://www.bestpracticeinstitute.org
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