Louis Carter founded Best Practice Institute in 2001 while obtaining his graduate degree from Columbia University. Shortly after, he formed the BPI Senior Executive Board, a benchmark research consortium comprised of C-levels from F500s who want to transform themselves and their organizations through best practices in leadership and organization development.
He has been an executive coach for CEOs, CHROs, and CTOs for the past 20 years. He runs a benchmark research consortium of senior executives from Kimberly Clark, Federal Reserve Bank of NY, Saudi Aramco, Equinor, Duke Energy, Shire, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Key Bank, J&J, WestRock, Battelle, Madison Square Garden, and many more helping them develop talent management strategies that work.
He is the author of over 10 books on best practices in leadership and management including Change Champion's Field Guide and Best Practices in Talent Management. Carter is the recipient of ELearning! Magazine's Trailblazer Award, HR Tech Conference's Top Products Award, and Leadership Excellence Magazine's Best in Leadership Development for his work as founder and CEO of Best Practice Institute and the creator of the first social anytime 360-degree feedback tool, skillrater.
His newest book, "In Great Company: How to spark peak performance by creating an emotionally connected workplace" will be released in 2019 by McGraw Hill.
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