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Beverly Kaye is one of the nation's leading authorities in career issues in the workplace. A dynamic and committed keynote speaker, Dr. Kaye's presentations engage participants, stimulate learning and inspire action. Her groundbreaking programs include career development, talent retention, workplace satisfaction and mentoring, and have been implemented by American Express, AT&T, Compaq, DaimlerChrysler, FleetBoston, Hartford Life, Macy's, Marriott International, the Mayo Clinic, Nortel, Sears, Sprint and Xerox. Beverly Kaye is the founder and CEO of Career Systems International in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Before earning a doctorate at UCLA, Dr. Kaye did graduate work in organization development at MIT Sloan School of Management, and earned her master degree from George Washington University.
Beverly Kaye spent years researching corporate strategies for developing, engaging and retaining knowledge workers. Her recent best-selling book, Love It, Don't Leave It: 26 Ways to Get What You Want at Work is designed to put job satisfaction in the hands of the employee.
Dr. Kaye''s now-classic book, Up is NOT the Only Way (2nd edition, 2002), foresaw the effects of leaner and flatter organizations on individual careers. During the last two decades, Beverly Kaye has worked with a host of organizations to establish career development systems and coaching interventions. At the same time, she has been a strong proponent of the need for employees to manage their own careers.
Dr. Beverly Kaye is the recipient of many honors and awards, including the National Career Development Award of the American Society for Training and Development. She received the ASTD Best Practice Award for work with her clients, namely Bechtel, Chevron, Dow Corning, and First USA.
Dr. Beverly Kaye is frequently interviewed in the media on career issues, and has been extensively quoted in such national media as The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Fortune, Industry Week, Inc., and many others.
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