- January 20, 2022
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Topic: Employee Retention: Whose Responsibility Is It?
In 2015, Dr. Taylor introduced Taylor Career Strategies to the NKY/Cincinnati market and in the last 2 years she has served over 100 people with career coaching services. Her services include a wide spectrum of employment support with a special focus on meaningful work. To date, Dr. Taylor has an 86% success rate helping people garner promotions, raises, and new employment.
Dr. Taylor serves as the chair of the United Way of Kentucky Board. She is a board member for Covington Partners and serves as Chair of the Governance Committee. Dr. Taylor also serves on the Workforce Strategies Committee of the NKY Chamber of Commerce. She also serves on the Foundation Board for the Kenton County Public Library. She co-founded the Morning Happy Hour with Tess Burns and hosts those at Commonwealth Bistro in Covington.
Dr. Taylor began her career and college coaching work at Georgetown College, where she directed career planning and placement services. Moving to Northern Kentucky to pursue a doctorate at the University of Cincinnati, Dr. Taylor worked at the Re-Entry Center at Northern Kentucky University. There, she helped students prepare to enter college or the work world by providing workshops on college major selection, resume writing and interview preparation. For the past 18 years, Dr. Taylor served as vice president of Gateway Community and Technical College’s Workforce Solutions Division, helping companies design customized training for employees who needed skill upgrades.
The Alliance of Quality Career Pathways, National Council of Workforce Development and the National Council for Continuing Education and Training have recognized Dr. Taylor and the Workforce Solutions team at Gateway for their outstanding work in career development.
Dr. Taylor holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and school health from Eastern Kentucky University, a master’s degree in counseling and personnel services from the University of Missouri and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction from the University of Cincinnati.
Presentation Is approved For 1.00 SHRM-Professional Development Recertification Credit and 1.00 HRCI-General Recertification Credit
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