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Lynda kicked off 2017 with the national policing conference on all her unique Police work which was written up in her Sunday Times Books. This speech, "Winning Community Relations" is in Manchester, click HERE for more info. (building on the success of the first original Winning Community Relations programmes designed and delivered by Lynda) Building on Lynda's unique energetic experience of working with Police and Community Leaders which will be a feature for her other book 2017 'The Future for Policing - rhetoric, reform, reality'.
As a result of Lynda's repeated BBC Breakfast performance, by popular demand, watch out for her new version of her top of the charts book "Can you succeed in Business and Still get to Heaven?"
Not to be missed in 2017.
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View the interview by clicking HERE.
Read Lynda's two interviews for the above book where Sir Hugh Orde President of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and Paul McKeever Chairman of the Police Federation discussed their views on the future for UK Policing - why politicians know little about policing, the fine line between politics and policing and the determination to have an open & honest public approach to policing. These issues will be further expanded and explored in the new book alongside current critical reforms and regulation for the police service.
Also for the book Lynda interviewed the Whitehall mandarin Sir David Normington who gave an insight into how the Home Office rose from its 'not-fit-for-purpose' depths to face the future. Watch this space for Home Office and Government rhetoric & reform in the pipeline 2012 - 2013.
Lynda King Taylor writes for the UK's Association of Chief Police Officers and their Policing Today. She has interviewed the country's most senior policing adviser to the Government, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC). Through their inspection of police organisations and functions, HMIC has the aim to promote efficiency and effectiveness of policing in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and to ensure: agreed standards are achieved and maintained; good practice is spread; and performance is improved. Also to provide advice and support to the tripartite partners (UK's Home Secretary, police authorities and Forces) and play an important role in the development of future leaders. Read Lynda's interview with Sir Ronnie Flanagan on his review on policing and his thinking behind it.
King Taylor with Derek Williams & Tarique
Ghaffur CBE QPM before he left the Police as
Assistant Commissioner Metropolitan Police Service
London, following their highly praised
presentations at SOCAP's
annual European conference. Derek is creator of
the national WOW awards and Lynda has
joined his team as consultant marketing executive
in selecting the UKs most outstanding
organisations in customer service.
Energise your Enterprise - Easynet the European network & hosting company chose Lynda King Taylor for their European customer service guide. Visit their research results of 1666 snr mgrs across 7 countries @ Article: British Stiff Upper Lip Hinders Good Service
Lynda conducts a "magnetic"
masterclass where she shared insights on outstanding
customer service with senior business leaders
including one of Scotland ’s best-known
entrepreneurial spirits Sir Tom Farmer.
Lynda working with the Metropolitan
Police Service, London and Edward de Bono on a unique
programme on innovative thinking in crime reduction
for safer neighbourhoods.
Lynda King Taylor has worked together with Special Report Publishing and the Daily Telegraph on their major features report "Surviving catastrophe: successful business continuity management"
Why not share your best practice
and interest with Lynda. If your experience &
energy could be included in a case study in her next
book below Email LKTLondon@aol.com.
2013 will see publication of Lynda's new book,
"Managing Meltdown & Controlling Chaos"
Lynda works together with the most authoritative in the global business continuity
and resilience industry to produce a sought after manuscript on managing meltdown
and chaotic events.
The top ten best practice case studies on how organisations have coped when disaster dawns, terrorism terrorises & terminates trade, transport and travel. Activists alarm, systems subside, credibility's corrupted, loyalty is lost, computers, centres, customers & communities collapse, products & people pollute - in fact when shit hits the fan and all hell lets loose.
A timely book given recent terrorism, cyber-attacks, financial failures, hacking horrors and Olympic ordeals, with content discussing the crisis leadership and reputation resilience that is vital for organisations defending and sustaining their brand against sudden shock.
The Resilient Organisation - a blueprint for leadership - is a major theme throughout the book and an area where Lynda has gained expansive, elite expertise through her book research and consultancy networking.
The book will draw together leading global CEO's, politicians, and commentators to identify how we can improve the resilience of our organisations, businesses, economies and communities. If this includes you, your job role or your organisation, please get in touch now with the author, LKTLondon@aol.com
A special chapter contains coverage on combating the dirty war on eco crime and environmental terrorism whether accidental or caused through organised criminal involvement. Special regard is given to the criminal threats to environmental security taking place cross-border in the enlarged European Union. Addressing one of the most challenging areas currently facing international security, this book will also contain the most dynamic and dramatic thinking on threats potentially affecting the well-being of citizens, customers and communities worldwide.There will also be material on impending legislative arena such as economic sabotage and corporate manslaughter.
"Managing Meltdown & Controlling Chaos" is a "must have" read.
Edward de Bono and
Lynda King Taylor -
Working together helping London's Metropolitan
Police Service to change
Lynda interviews Edward de Bono for
Business Executive magazine, discovering
why creative thinking is all the more
vital in the decade of innovative
Do you want your conference to be
the best attended ever?
See what the CEO of
the LIA said about Lynda's efforts for the
second year running working with the UK's top
LKT and Video Arts, the world's leading
Tony Buzan and Lynda
Creating VALUE & VISION in the hospitality industry for Scandic Hotels: Lynda worked with 24 of Scandic's high flying Euro managers at their Business School in Germany
Police Review - "Interview scores high marks"
Community Relations and Communication
Watch this space for interviews, with current Government Minister and others, on issues being covered in her new 2013 book 'The Future for Policing - Rhetoric. Reform. Reality.'
Lynda wrote that UK senior police officers claimed in order to deliver a fair & equitable service Government needs to rethink on policing priorities Lynda King Taylor says that UK senior police officers claim that to deliver a fair & equitable service Government needs to rethink on policing priorities and remove the handcuffs.
In 2013 Lynda will be reviewing local policing with the introduction of new reforms - such as Local Elected Police & Crime Commissioners also Neighbourhood Forums.
Read Lynda's interview with the most highly respected senior police officer - Sir Ronnie Flanagan - who was the UK Home Secretary's senior policing advisor, & previous Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary. He talked candidly with Lynda on his Review for modernising policing, boycotting bureaucracy and a refocus on communities policing. In coming weeks Lynda will be interviewing HMIC seniors For her new book on the Future for Policing noting where progress occurs towards 2014 The 21st century is demanding new skills and ways of working from the police service as officers grapple with sweeping changes in global threats and increasing pace of technology; Lynda reported from a major Modernising Policing conference & discovered how police are rising to the challenges and that "policing is too important to be left to police alone."
Lynda met with Peter Neyroud, the then chief executive of the UKs National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) a key ally in policing reform. Read about the complex challenges he faced & watch this space for interview with the Chief Executive NPIA & future challenges.
The UK's Home Office Minister of Security, Counter-Terrorism Crime & Policing gave his first interview for Policing Today to Lynda King Taylor. Read this interview where he discussed communities getting the policing they deserve. In the pipeline are other new Home Office interviews happening with Lynda 2013 for her new book Future for Policing.
Read Lynda's feature on 'Communities & Communication' in Policing Today - The journal of the Association of Chief Police Officers of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. In her new role as Chief Correspondent Policing Today look out for more interviews on all the above issues.
View Lynda's training programme on presentation skills for building community and customer relations. This success programme will be re-run in 2013 and for more information on this and other events contact Lynda at LKTLondon@aol.com or on +44 (0) 7775 658 067The UK's Home Office Minister of Security, Counter-Terrorism Crime & Policing gave his first interview for Policing Today to Lynda King Taylor. Read this interview where he discusses communities getting the policing they deserve.
Read Lynda's feature on 'Communities & Communication' in Policing Today - The journal of the Association of Chief Police Officers of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
View Lynda's training programme on presentation skills for building community and customer relations
Also in Policing Today read Lynda's article "Facing up to Disaster" where she reviewed responses to recent major incidents and asks whether government policies to deal with emergencies & maintain business continuity are working
Follow Lynda's views on improving public sector performance, service delivery and brand reputation in her unique features, published in the premier publication for today's public service leaders. "Her style is vibrant - this column has vim, vigour and vitality" Access her features in the magazine, Public Servant, at www.publicservant.co.uk or request a copy of this influential publication by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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