SEATTLE, WA – April 10, 2014 – BECAUZ (www.becauz.com), a global strategic consulting firm, has named Caroline Kay as its Chief Operating Officer (COO). In her new role, Kay will be responsible for growing a world-class organization and developing new strategic relationships for the company. Her role will include operational leadership of BECAUZ’s Acceleration Programs and global team of facilitators, coaches and consultants.
Kay brings 15 years of seasoned operational experience to her new role. Her background is in experience management: she has organized over 1,700 leadership programs, conferences, and events across 29 countries. Caroline moved from London, England in 2011 to join the BECAUZ team at their headquarters in Seattle where she has served as Client Experience Director, helping to lead the firm through a period of rapid growth.
“We are evolving to meet the needs of our clients who rely on our customized approaches and global footprint. In the role of COO, Caroline brings deep operating experience which will align our global team behind accelerating breakthrough change and results for our clients.” said Ian McKelvie, BECAUZ CEO. “Exceptional leaders and teams contribute to something larger than themselves. They cause remarkable results and drive innovation,” says McKelvie. “The changes we are making will enable us to continue our pursuit of becoming one of the world’s leading transformational companies.”
BECAUZ drives breakthrough change in leaders, teams and organizations using proprietary Accelerators™, a powerful suite of programs, processes and tools. For more information, visit their website at www.becauz.com or follow the firm on Facebook or Twitter (@BECAUZLLC).
BECAUZ LLC (www.becauz.com) is a global strategic consulting firm that facilitates and accelerates breakthrough change in leadership teams. Their clients are prominent national and global players who know that their people’s ability to both generate results and rapidly evolve holds the key to their competitive advantage. Their proven systems and programs help teams find common ground and uncommon approaches to their challenges – leading to tangible, measureable results.