Flora Taylor is an organizational development consultant, executive coach educator and group dynamics specialist. She has worked with clients to achieve quantifiable results in their organizations for over 20 years. Flora brings varied experience to her consulting work. She leverages her Psychology background along with her group expertise to determine the intervention that best meets the client’s individual and organizational needs. Her approach involves utilizing her considerable diagnostic skills to develop an accurate working hypothesis of her clients’ organizational issues and then designing a customized intervention to meet the identified need. Her practice areas include organizational diagnosis, team development, executive coaching, meeting effectiveness, applied and focus group research, diversity, large group facilitation, and facilitator training.
Flora brings significant teaching experience to bear in the areas of leadership, power authority, and group development, including engagements at The Wharton School, the School of Social Policy and Practice at the University of Pennsylvania, Teachers College of Columbia University, Ashoka University, the William Alanson White Institute, Rutgers University, and Seton Hall University. Her publications, “Anatomy of a Casualty,” “Building a Multiculturally Competent Practice,” and “Multicultural Competence in Dermatologic Practice” may be obtained upon request.
Flora earned her A.B. Cum Laude from Harvard University, and her Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Licensed Psychologist with a specialty adult practice in issues related to work and interpersonal relationships. She was appointed as a Fellow of the A.K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems.