NEW YORK CITY, 19 November 2018 — Best Practice Institute seeks five forward thinking leaders to help shape the future of human resources by joining the 2019 Senior Executive Board alongside top talent management experts redefining leadership development and workplace interactions through cutting-edge research.
The BPI Senior Executive Board is pioneering solutions to improve workplace dynamics by applying brain science, virtual reality, and other innovative technologies to enhance performance, leadership, and organizational change. Leading experts including world renown Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership at Harvard Business School, New York Times best-selling author, 2018 Lifetime Achievement award recipient John Kotter, augmented reality expert and Visiting scientist at the MIT Media Lab, Ben Waber, Harvard Business School professor Mike Beer, Professor at Tuck School of Management at Dartmouth, Thinkers 50 Management Hall of Famer, and author of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, Marshall Goldsmith and many others facilitate sessions with the Board to guide BPI in refining breakthrough practices that foster effective, high-performing leaders.
“This is a unique opportunity to join top-tier senior executives and thought leaders in discovering and developing the next generation of best practices for human resources and how to maximize talent to reach your strategic business outcomes,” said Louis Carter, CEO and founder of BPI and a best-selling author and organization behavior expert with 20 years of executive coaching experience.
Louis Carter added: “We are witnessing exciting developments with wearable devices, virtual and augmented reality combined with neuroscience based organization behavior practices that will transform how we teach and measure organizational behaviors in the workplace. This is just the tip of the iceberg of what the BPI Senior Executive Board will have the distinguished opportunity to research and push forward in our field.”
In 2019, the Senior Executive Board will champion advances in leadership development by exploring the use of augmented reality, wearable devices and other behavioral change techniques as tools to help leaders rapidly improve on their weaknesses by practicing scenarios in simulations. The Board will also propel research on the neuroscience-based “Emotional Connectedness” framework that promises to help organizations achieve more effective workplace communication and collaboration. The research on Emotional Connectedness comes from a new book by Louis Carter coming out this coming February entitled, In Great Company: how to spark peak performance by creating an emotionally connected workplace.
The 2019 Senior Executive Board is made up of Chief Technology Officers, Chief Learning Officers, and Chief Human Resources Officers from organizations including Equinor, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, J&J, Kimberly-Clark, Shire, TIAA, and more. Three spots remain.
About Best Practices Institute Senior Executive Board:
Best Practice Institute Senior Executive Board is a benchmark research consortium of highest level executives from Fortune 500 companies who seek to transform their organizations through innovative research and best practices in leadership and organizational development. BPI is an award-winning leadership development center with more than 10,000 individual and corporate learning members around the globe. BPI CEO and founder, Louis Carter, author of over 10 books on leadership and management including the forthcoming book In Great Company: How to spark peak performance by creating an emotionally connected workplace, leads the research.
Learn more about BPI’s leading research, leadership development resources, and talent and management programs at www.bestpracticesinstitute.org.