Dr Rosemary Taylor, Senior Partner of Key Issues, is a qualified teacher with a Masters Degree in Leadership & Management. Early in her career she rose to become one of the youngest Headteachers in the country, before returning to her primary interest in Behavioural Psychology. Her PhD stemmed from an interest in the thinking behind how people respond to, deal with and manage change and led to further study and research within the wider field. Rosemary now works as a consultant and specialist trainer across both public and private sectors and spends much of her time as a guest speaker, delivering seminars and keynote presentations on the international lecture circuit across Europe and, most recently, in China.
Early in 2007 she was appointed as an advisor to the UN, working in the Middle East in developing senior leaders and in 2012 she was appointed as a consultant for the Council of British International Schools. Rosemary’s key specialisms reflect her work and experience within a number of related fields and include Developing Effective Leadership & Management; Gender Issues; Understanding the Teenage Brain; Meeting the Needs of 21st Century Learners and Working with the Able, Gifted & Talented. Rosemary also writes for a number of professional publications and journals and is a regional editor for The Good Schools Guide.
In recent years a fascinating and hugely enjoyable departure for Rosemary has been her intermittent role as a guest lecturer for a number of international cruise lines. She has entertained large audiences around the world with her fascinating and amusing series of lectures entitled Mind Games.
“Dr Taylor is one of this country’s finest educational thinkers”
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