Ros Taylor

Ros Taylor is a leading UK and international clinical psychologist, corporate and leadership coach, businesswoman, author, TV and radio presenter and commentator.

Featuring regularly in the national press in her capacity as a psychologist and advisor, Ros has been named by the Independent on Sunday as one of the top 10 coaches in Britain.

Extensive research which included interviews with 80 of the FTSE 200’s top CEOs and her own business acumen means Ros is uniquely placed to identify areas for improvement and implement practical and transforming solutions that really work for people and organisations.

Ros was a presenter for five years on a nightly television news programme. She has written seven books, one of which provided the basis for BBC2’s six-part documentary Confidence Lab presented by Ros. The book, Confidence in Just Seven Days (Vermillion 2001), topped Amazon’s bestseller list. She was also the psychology consultant in the early days of Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 4.

Ros has written the following books:

  • Fast Track to the Top, a book about success and how to achieve it (Kogan Page 2002)
  • The Ultimate Book of Confidence Tricks (Vermillion 2003) which has been translated into 9 languages
  • Transform Yourself – updated and recently re-launched as The Complete Mind Makeover (Kogan Page 2005)
  • Developing Confidence – part of Penguin’s Work/Life series
  • Confidence at Work (Kogan Page 2013)
  • Creativity at Work (2013)
  • Willpower (2017)

Ros travels the world developing the leadership potential of employees through the Just Leadership programme, which she has formulated along with a programme of other impressive training programmes. A creative academic, Ros is a chartered clinical psychologist, coach, trainer and regular speaker on the conference circuit. She has presented in the USA, Europe and China and completed a lecture tour in Japan.

In 2009 she launched Corporate Coach International an accredited coaching school for those who want to become executive coaches.

She is a visiting professor at Strathclyde Business School focusing on leadership and runs her own successful leadership and coaching business, the Ros Taylor Company.

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