About Lynn Taylor

Lynn Taylor, workplace expert, speaker, career coach and creator of Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant™

Lynn Taylor, Workplace Expert, Empowerment Zealot and bestselling author of Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant™

Lynn Taylor is the most widely recognized national workplace expert and bestselling author on achieving career success – and establishing an invigorated workforce.

Lynn has reached tens of millions of people with her career advancement and leadership advice. Her biggest passion is empowering you to be your best at work …and in life (hence the Empowerment Zealot moniker).

For over 25 years, she has remained a leading resource on building a successful career and motivational culture; overcoming workplace conflict; and attracting and retaining the best talent with a humanized, Trusted Workplace™.

A regular Work blogger for PsychologyToday for 13 years, Lynn has been featured in: The Washington Post, MSN, Fast Company, Huffington Post, Forbes, Money magazine, NPR, Fox and ABC-TV; been a contributor to Bloomberg/Business; and continues to be a leading authority on all things “work.” Her timeless career and management book, Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant; How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior & Thrive in Your Job (in hardcover and Kindle), has been a bestseller for 14 consecutive years.

Lynn’s book is a highly acclaimed tool among both employees and managers – for achieving a more humanized, trusted and emotionally intelligent workplace.

A mass communications major at New York University, Taylor learned early on the importance of branding your company and even yourself, powerfully, consistently and memorably. She worked at the world’s largest marketing communications firm, then at two of the world’s largest recruitment firms for a combined 14 years.

As the top strategic marketing executive and workplace research VP at Robert Half International, Taylor was widely quoted for 12 years on workplace attitudes in national media. She also was the creative force behind several HR and career related “For Dummies…” books.