Paul has a unique way of sharing his exhilarating life experiences through storytelling that are underpinned by his strong academic background in neuroscience. My teams have particularly resonated with how the story connects to the theory, the science behind the theory and how to put that theory into practice. His frank and direct approach hits the mark time & time again, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him if you are looking for something a little different. He is a true inspiration and has prompted me to make meaningful changes not only in my professional life but also my personal life – thank you Paul!
Paul conducted the 2 day ‘Neuroscience of Leadership’ training program for the Cisco Capital Asiapac/Japan Leadership Team in March 2010 – I personally found it extremely beneficial and six months later, I’m still practicing what I learnt – proof of a very good program! The messages and numerous practical tips were outstanding and several members of my team commented that this was the BEST training they had ever received.
Well done Paul and thank you for your awesome work at SAP ANZ Winter Sales Summit. You changed minds…that’s what great leaders do….
I would highly recommend ‘The Neuroscience of Performance’ program to all overworked, overstressed executives who want to achieve an uplift in their professional performance and more to the point their quality of life. Paul Taylor has an intuitive ability to understand the drivers of high performance and presents it with enough science to ensure a change in behaviour in any stubborn but intelligent exec.
Tennis Australia recommends Paul Taylor for any organisation. Paul’s use of an evidence-based approach that drew on socially interesting research insights had a diverse crowd very engaged. Paul is an outstanding leader if you’re looking to both engage and challenge people on a personal level and as a group. Since Paul’s presentation we’ve found our staff referencing Paul’s presentation time and again – his impact is ongoing.
Probably the best corporate/personal leadership training workshop that I have attended anywhere in the last twenty years! The messages around maintaining a healthy work-life balance, good nutrition, rest and regular exercise, all leading to an improvement in performance, individually and as a team, have been life changing to the participants. We started the training with a small group of Finance executives and their enthusiasm from the workshop is spreading throughout the organization…a great way to bring about change. Real, positive, productive change! Paul, you are truly amazing.
Paul Taylor is one of the most inspirational speakers we have ever had work with our team. I have met very few people who have had such an impact on my staff. They are always asking “is he coming back” following the seminars we have conducted. My staff have made positive life changes to both their personal and work lives through adopting behaviours that Paul has recommend, and we look forward to doing more with him in the future.
Paul Taylor has consulted for NSN on the design and implementation of a regional program that focuses on sustainable performance. In his consulting capacity he has presented extensively to our leadership teams, employees and senior executives. Paul’s pragmatic fact based approach to the symbiotic relationship between the body & mind has resulted in a 12 month program that I believe will have tangible benefits for the employees’ mental and physical health as well as company’s bottom line.
Paul’s rare combination of expert knowledge and credible background are presented in a fashion that makes people thirsty for more. It has done more to motivate individuals and galvanise our management group than any other initiative we have attempted. Thanks Paul!
Paul presented at Tennis Australia’s Cardio Tennis mentor’s workshop. Paul’s thought provoking, stimulating and practical presentation created the energy and momentum for the remainder of the three day workshop. Paul initiated the discussion on the importance of developing a mantra, within the three days the group had adopted the ‘growth mindset’.