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Beverly Kaye founded Career Systems International (CSI) more than thirty years ago, and it has become a global leader in developing and delivering innovative, action-based talent management solutions. With an emphasis on engagement and retention, as well as its flagship offerings in career development, Career Systems International supports organizations globally. Bev was honored with the Distinguished Contribution award from the Association for Talent Development for her groundbreaking and continual contributions to workplace learning. Her first book, Up Is Not the Only Way, continues to be a classic in the career development field. Her recent book, coauthored with Julie Winkle Giulioni, Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go, maintains that status. Her latest book coauthored with Sharon Jordan-Evans, is Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss: A Manager’s Playbook. She earned her doctorate at UCLA. Bev is a transplanted Jersey girl who has made her home in Los Angeles with her husband, Barry; her daughter, Lindsey; and her dog, Roxy. She is a frequent keynote speaker.
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Bank of America Corporation
Catalent Pharma Solutions
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
Federal Management Partners
Fifth Third Bank
Green Mountain Coffee
MGM Hotel and Grand Casino
Nestle Purina Petcare
Office of Personnel Management
Proctor & Gamble
Universal Studios Hollywood
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Praise for Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss: A Manager’s Playbook
“Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans are, once again, are at the leading edge of talent building.
In the late 1990s and beyond, the business community was talking about the McKinsey study on the “War for Talent.” CEOs made pronouncements that emphasized acquiring and developing human capital. Companies around the world made a commitment to attract and retain world-class people, promising to create an environment in which people wanted to, and could, perform at the highest levels of their potential.
Over time, however, as a challenging business climate lingered, these promises were not kept in many organizations. Looking back, we learn that the companies that weathered the storms and came out on top invested in their human capital. The “stay- interview” concept designed and developed by Bev and Sharon is a powerful tool for retention and exemplary performance. Embrace it.”
Michael G. Winston
Former Global Head of Organization and Leadership Strategy – Motorola, Merrill Lynch, Lockheed Corporation