A humanized, trusted workplace ensures that a company is a better employer, business partner and investment, amid an increasingly skeptical and automated society. As workplace culture has impacted a company’s ability to literally survive, Lynn is able to apply the relevance of these trends to your enhanced corporate performance — and your career.
A trusted workplace will help you:
- Attract and keep the industry’s best talent
- Tap the full potential of your workforce
- Improve your leadership skills
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Lynn Taylor has been a lecturer and guest speaker for Fortune 500 companies, professional service firms, startups, HR professionals, universities and industry association across all industries, for more than 25 years. Her topics have included: how to create a humanized, productive workplace; brand your company and yourself; the empowered career; mitigating conflict; and much more.
Lynn has advised hundreds of executives at multinational companies on crafting a focused message for employees, customers, shareholders and news media. She has also served as an executive career coach for over two decades.
“A core passion of mine is to help companies and executives find and live their unique selling proposition (USP).”
A mass communications major at New York University, Lynn learned early on the importance of personal branding — powerfully, consistently and memorably. She worked at the world’s largest marketing communications firm, then at two of the world’s largest recruitment firms for a combined 14 years.
As the top strategic marketing executive and workplace research VP at Robert Half International, Lynn was widely quoted for 12 years on her insights into workplace attitudes in national media. She also was instrumental in the creative launch of several HR and career related “For Dummies…” books, before founding Lynn Taylor Consulting.
Her book on mitigating boss/employee conflict, Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant; How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior & Thrive in Your Job, has remained an Amazon bestseller for 13 consecutive years. Lynn coined the term, “Gen U” for Generation Unretired: baby boomers and retirees-turned-workers; “Tempreneur,” for permanent project workers; and she remains a thought leader on emotional intelligence in the workplace.
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