Carter Chosen as Top 100 Coach Regarding Executive Coaching, 360-Degree Feedback, Advisory, and Team Facilitation.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL, January 11, 2018: Louis Carter, an internationally acclaimed executive coach, speaker, organizational psychologist, best-selling author, entrepreneur, and founder of the Best Practice Institute, an benchmark research consortium, talent management and leadership development consulting firm specializing in helping organizations and C-suite senior executives achieve optimal performance strategies, was this week chosen as a top Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coach.
Selected amid 16,000 thought leaders for the title, Carter stated it is his intention to “pay it forward” by coaching CEOs to achieve the change they want to achieve. The Marshall Goldsmith list is designed to spotlight the leading industry professionals in their respective niche, which for Carter includes executive coaching, 360-degree feedback, advisory, and talk/facilitation change for top teams. All 100 Coaches met at the World Bank in December of 2017 with President Jim Kim, advisors and CEO potentials, to create our plan for our community of practice. For full list of the 100, visit http://www.marshallgoldsmith.com/100-coaches/
“Through my individual work, collaborations with the Best Practice Institute, and my coaching and facilitation designed to foster expedited, team, individual, and organization practices and behaviors, it is my absolute passion to help leaders maximize their productivity and talent strategies,” said Carter. “I want to thank Marshall Goldsmith for this esteemed recognition, and look forward to a year filled with new discoveries and practices.”
The Best Practice Institute, founded by Carter in 2001, is an award-winning leadership development center, think tank, product development incubator, solutions provider, and research institute.
Carter has coached over 300 Senior Executive and C-levels from large organizations such as Kimberly Clark, Cargill, Medtronic, KeyBank, Madison Square Garden, Federal Reserve Bank of NY, Pentagon, New York Stock Exchange, Pfizer, Humana, Shire, Battelle, and the list goes on.
Passionate about staying at the forefront of leadership development, talent management, and management consulting, Carter is an avid author, with a book to be published by McGraw Hill that lays out his executive coaching and facilitation methodology for enabling peak performance through emotional connectedness. Researching the impact of emotional connectedness, organization development, and talent management by creating a culture of safe, functional, and respectful teams and structures in the organization, Carter works primarily with company CEOs, Chief Talent Officers, Chief Human Resources Officers, owners, and entrepreneurs.
One of the Top 100 Coaches, and Founder and CEO of Best Practice Institute, partner to Newsweek on America’s Most Loved Workplaces, and the author of more than 10 books on best practices in leadership and management, including Change Champion’s Field Guide, In Great Company, and Best Practices in Talent Management. Thought leaders and executives voted him as one of Global Gurus Top 10 Organizational Culture thinkers worldwide.