Nancy Taylor brings a big picture perspective grounded with in-depth introspection and planning with a bias toward changing behavior in organizations. She is a professional adult trainer having trained over 10,000 people in the past twenty years. Since 1982 Nancy has been doing organizational consulting, completing the Pepperdine Masters in Science in Organization Development and forming Taylor-Nelson LLC in 1987. A native of Belleville, Illinois, Nancy brings a strong mid-western work ethic (Knox College 1975) and values to the client. She has been a Human Resource Development Executive at two large organizations (each with over 15,000 employees) and for a South West Council of Governments thereby combining a strong combination of academic knowledge and practical application. Executives choose Nancy as their personal coach due to her maturity, wisdom, listening and interpersonal communication skills.

Martin Nelson has an organization development bias favoring changes to an organization's systems and structure. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Martin has been the Human Resource chief for a variety of organizations, beginning his career with the IBM Corporation and later serving as Plant Employee Relations Manager for Libby, McNeill and Libby. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, studied labor relations at Cornell University and completed the Stanford Executive Program for Organization Change and the Pepperdine Graduate School of Business, Masters in Organization Development before forming Taylor-Nelson LLC in 1987. He was the Chief Human Resource Executive for four well known organizations.  


Certifications:

  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI English and Spanish)
  • Firo-Element B

  • The Flying Starship Work Redesign Factory
  • Performax Personal Profile (DISC)
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • And much more…

 


What is unique about Taylor-Nelson LLC

Martin and Nancy are trained OD Consultants (Pepperdine MSOD) with many years of hands-on management and human resource development experience. More importantly, they bring lots of examples on how diverse people can work together productively, frequently sharing their own personal experiences working through conflict. They model how difference can be maximized positively.