Faculty Bio

Dr. Beverly Kaye

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    Dr. Beverly Kaye
  • Dr. Beverly Kaye is one of the nation's leading authorities in career issues in the workplace. Her ground breaking career development, engagement and mentoring programs have been implemented by such leading corporations as American Express, DaimlerChrysler, Hartford Life, Macy's, Marriott International, Microsoft, Sprint, Starbucks, and Xerox. She is the founder and CEO of Career Systems International, the leader in the development and delivery of innovative, action-based, Talent Management solutions. Before earning a doctorate at UCLA, Bev did graduate work in organization development at MIT Sloan School of Management, and earned a Master's Degree from George Washington University. Bev has spent years researching corporate strategies for developing, engaging and retaining knowledge workers. Her book, Love 'Em or Lose 'Em: Getting Good People to Stay, (Berrett-Koehler, 3d Ed. 2005) co-authored with Sharon Jordan-Evans, has sold nearly a half million copies in 20 languages and has reached Wall Street Journal and Amazon best seller status. Learning Journeys (Davies-Black, 2001), edited by Dr. Kaye, is a collection of essays from top management experts. Love It, Don't Leave It: 26 Ways to Get What You Want at Work (Berrett-Koehler, 2003), also a WSJ best seller, is designed to put job satisfaction in the hands of the employee. In the early '80's, Dr. Kaye first published her now classic book, Up is NOT the Only Way (revised, Davies-Black, 1997), which foresaw the effects of leaner and flatter organizations on individual careers. Over the years, she has received many other honors and awards, including ASTD's National Career Development Award.

  • Upcoming Seminars:
    Engaging, Developing and Retaining Talent:
    The Critical Role of the Manager
    with Dr. Beverly Kaye
        Managers who are talent-minded know that they must engage and develop the individuals on their teams if their organizations and departments are to retain those employees and stay competitive. In order to engage talented people in today‚Äôs world, we must challenge them; challenges will keep them at...