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A healthy, profitable organization

reflects successful executive relationships." There is a direct, positive relationship between profitability and effective management skills. In a healthy organization, executives work well together. They have successful relationships. They communicate effectively. They function as a team -working toward a common goal. They recognize when to lead and when it is unnecessary. They balance business with family and community relationships

As in any relationship, however, problems are inevitable. Stress often leads to reactive behavior, resulting in misunderstandings and, occasionally, conflict. Productivity becomes burdened by miscommunications. Successful resolution is not easy. An organization's complex structure may tolerate the conflict, but not without cost. A common solution is to avoid, reassign or terminate an otherwisevalued employee, which wastes time, energy and resources.

Changing inappropriate behavior by using new skills is far easier and more cost-effective. Reading books or attending a one-day seminar will not create the desired result. It requires direct and intensive intervention. Success depends on discovering the cause or "wiring" behind reactive behavior and unresolved relationship conflict.

As an experienced executive consultant, Scott Taylor expedites the learning process through radical, permanent behavioral change. Change that advances executives to a higher level of management and communication skills with an immediate, positive impact on productivity. Results are guaranteed, or there is no fee. Scott Taylor's services include:

* Individual coaching and advising.

* Shifting the Individual from contributor to team.

* Organizational development models.

In a safe, confidential environment, Scott Taylor works with clients to help them understand what causes miscommunication which may lead to a decline inproductivity. Generally, a client's early life conditioning sets tip their perception of successful communication. This communication pattern continues, even if objectives or results are not achieved. For example, if an employee is unable to understand a request, the executive projects and affixes negative characteristics on him or her, and stress increases for all involved. Cooperation suffers and work is delayed.

Scott Taylor helps a client understand the difference between perceived and actual reality in a fast-paced work environment

Scott Taylor helps clients understand the difference between conditioned and result-centered communication in a fast-paced workplace.

Everyone has an inherent drive to be understood. And all employees want to be successful. Based on these assumptions, Scott Taylor and his clients develop working models to solve current business issues. The result is a skilled, pro-active executive. Their communication skills are enhanced. Problem-solving becomes an interactive skill, an opportunity to work with others; not something to avoid. As the executive's level of awareness and skills increase, theirbehavior reflects what is best for the organization.

Results are guaranteed, or there is no fee.

Scott Taylor's product is advancing an executive from an inefficient, reactionary communicator to a results oriented leader who measures success by increasing employee productivity. A leader who successfully reaches common goals with individuals and teams. A leader who positively influences the connection between profitability and establishing effective relationships.

As an experienced executive consultant, Scott Taylor expedites the learning process through radical, permanent behavioral change. Change that advances executives to a higher level of management and communication skills with an immediate,

Since 1970, Scott Taylor has contributed to the business community as a teacher and speaker/ workshop facilitator. Tens of thousands of people have participated in his workshops, exploring such topics as executive survival and success, moving from individual functions to teamwork, balancing professional and personal lives, agendas behind conflict, handling failure, doubt and fear, and the application of General Systems theory in the business of management.

In 1984, Scott Taylor began focusing on executive relationships. Over 60 companies in the United States, Europe, Russia and the Far East have employed his talents. Scott Taylor attended graduate school (a combined program of Psychology, Education and Cybernetics) and taught Cybernetic Systems at San Jose State University. He is a veteran of the Vietnam conflict.

Partial Client List

Airrigation Engineering American Airlines

American Business Women's Association

Apple Computer Bank of the West

California Dept. of Parks and Recreation Circadian
Cornish & Carey
D-A-Y Public Relations

Dole Foods

Eclipse Surgical Technologies

Ehrlich-Rominger Architects Electric Power Research Institute

Ensemble Investments

Equinix
Equity Preservation

Fairchild Semiconductor

Foote, Cone & Belding Fujitsu
Fujitsu Microelectronics General Foods Geoworks

Hobees Restaurants Informix

Integrated Device Technology Institute of Transpersonal Psychology

Madigan Associates KLA Instruments

Knight-Ridder Mediagenics

Menlo Park City School District

Monterey County Speech & Hearing Association National Semiconductor

Network Equipment Technologies Nortel Networks
Novell

ObjectSwitch

Ogilvy &Mather
Pacific International Business Center

Plus Logic

Quickview S&W Foods

San Jose Mercury News San Jose State University

Schlumberger Limited
Scottsdale Holistic Medical Group

Senetek PLC Silicon Spice

Snelling & Snelling Sun Microsystems

Syntex
Tandem Computers, USA

Tandem Computers, Europe

Teknowledge
TFB/BBDO Business Communications

Tootji California University of Santa Clara

Russia
Association of Business Cooperation, Khabarovsk
Estonian Business Collage, Tallinn
Institute of Training for Materials and Technology, Novosibirsk Khabarovsk Institute of National Economy, Khabarovsk Pacific International Business Center, Tallinn

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