Lori King-Taylor, M.Ed

Lori King-Taylor, M.Ed

Lori King-Taylor has extensive experience in leadership development, and organizational effectiveness. For more than 20 years, she has worked with a w...

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Huntsville, AL (US)

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Lori King-Taylor, M.Ed
Lori King-Taylor - Motivational Speaker

Lori King-Taylor has extensive experience in leadership development, and organizational effectiveness. For more than 20 years, she has worked with a w...

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Huntsville, AL

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Lori King-Taylor, M.Ed - Motivational Speaker

Lori King-Taylor, M.Ed

Lori King-Taylor has extensive experience in leadership development, and organizational effectiveness. For more than 20 years, she has worked with a w...

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: Huntsville, AL

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Certified Speaking Professional

For more information about booking Lori King-Taylor, M.Ed,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/lorikingtaylor/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Can Negativity Rewire Your Brain?

Ever get stuck in that mode where a bad day seems to repeat itself everyday and you feel like you’re staring in the movie Groundhog Day?  Well, believe it or not, that “bad day” is often controlled by how you perceive things and your self-talk.  We all have bad days.  Days where from the very […] The post Can Negativity Rewire Your Brain? appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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Limitations to the Rational Model Approach

In our previous discussion of mental models we talked about two types. In this post I want to digress and discuss some problems and limitations that come from applying the Rational Model approach. Many people, especially those with technical backgrounds, will equate systems thinking with a rational approach. In their seminal management book, In Search […] The post Limitations to the Rational Model Approach appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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When is Conflict Productive?

When you think of conflict, what are the words you usually associate with it? Fighting, anger, discomfort, hostility? Webster defines conflict as competitive or opposing action of incompatibles: antagonistic state or action (as of divergent ideas, interests, or persons); mental struggle resulting from incompatible or opposing needs, drives, wishes, or external or internal demands; the […] The post When is Conflict Productive? appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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Power in One – 3rd in series

Mental models are the way we see the world. Our brains develop models to make sense of the environment. Our mental models are a compilation of assumptions, our understanding of data and information and a way for us to take action. Mental models literally become neural pathways in our brain that shape how we naturally […] The post Power in One – 3rd in series appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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Systems Thinking Defined

“Systems Thinking is a discipline for seeing wholes. It is a framework for seeing interrelationships rather than things, for seeing patterns of change rather than static ‘snapshots.’ ” (Peter Senge) It can also be summarized as providing the user a unique perspective on reality. For our use of systems thinking as it applies to our […] The post Systems Thinking Defined appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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Systems Thinking and The Power in One

Today we are going to embark on a new series called “The Power in One,” in which we will discuss the ways we can use Systems Thinking to make sense and order of our complex world of work and life. The Power in One is about simplification, balance and flow. It is about taking a […] The post Systems Thinking and The Power in One appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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“Be the Tree” in the Spirit of Giving

When I first read the poem The Giving Tree by Shel Siverstein, it broke my heart and I never wanted to read it again. A couple of years ago, my son picked it up at the book store and wanted to buy it. Re-reading this book and being in a different place in life, I have […] The post “Be the Tree” in the Spirit of Giving appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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Include Employees When You Give Thanks

Thanksgiving! That wonderful time of year when we pull out the sweaters, find our stretchy pants and salivate over the amazing food we are planning to share with friends and family. It’s also a time when we reflect on all of our blessings and the people we are most thankful for. As a leader, do […] The post Include Employees When You Give Thanks appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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Beware the Dragons!

I love to talk with children about what they plan to be when they grow up. The reason: they don’t hold back. To children, there are no obstacles. Why can’t they be a princess or fireman or ballerina or MLB player or President? If they can dream it, they can become it. So what happens […] The post Beware the Dragons! appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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Planning for Success

It’s that time when our summer is over and kids are back in school. Time to buckle down and get back into the workflow with a new vibrancy. Do you realize this is also the time of year when you need to be reviewing that Strategic Plan and setting the course for 2018? Your plans, […] The post Planning for Success appeared first on Trinity Performance Solutions. ...

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