Denise is noted as engaging, informative and energetic, ready to be actively involved in your media campaign. Denise can help with articles, press releases and on radio days.

Whilst these examples relate to career work, Denise is also able to work in a broad range of areas utilising her background in business, psychology, motivation and more.

Example 1

Radio day answering questions on the Graduate Talent Pool, an initiative developed by the Government to help recent graduates gain relevant work experience. I answered questions on a range of radio shows including Heart FM, Sky News Radio, Colourful Radio, Express FM, Star FM, The Eye, Westside FM, Hayes FM plus a podcast.
Read the press release here

Example 2

Radio day with David Lammy MP discussing a new resource launched for mature students, bringing together for the first time the offerings of every University and Higher Education Institute in England for adult first-time entrants (AFTEs).

I answered questions on a range of radio shows including BBC Oxford, Wish FM, West Sound, BBC Solent, BBC York, BBC Coventry and Warwickshire, BBC Leeds, UCB – United Christian Broadcasting and Dune FM,

In the accompanying press release I was quoted as
Denise Taylor an occupational psychologist and life coach said: “Going into higher education at a later stage in life has become extremely popular however some still struggle to make the jump. Due to the current downturn, many people are taking time to reassessing their future career paths and how having the right education will enhance their chances of meeting their goals. As a result, I tend to find mature students are often much clearer on why they want to study, and can get focused on their future career goals right away.”

“The thought of becoming a mature student can be scary for some but it needn’t be. It can be a very positive experience and will show future employers that those returning to education after working full time are willing to step outside their comfort zone. This new joint initiative from the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills and The Student Room will provide potential mature students with the means to find out more about their options, discuss their hopes and fears with others via the forum and gain practical reassurance on their future plans from a number of video case studies.”

“Higher Education is the key to a strong career path and should be a consideration no matter what life stage an individual is at.”

Numerous online media picked up a press release I helped with regarding the need for graduates to remain positive and not despair over job search in June 2011.

This included Chartered Management Institute ‘People could enhance CVs with gap year experience’, Able Skills ‘PV training course graduates should remain positive’, Purcon ‘ Stay positive to land procurement jobs’, Thomsons ‘positive thinking may help secure jobs and employee benefits’, LorienResourcing ‘Remain positive when looking for HR jobs’, Forties People ‘Jobseekers must have a positive mindset to be successful’, Randstad ‘Jobseekers urged to remain positive’

Numerous online media picked up a press release I helped with regarding having a second job in May 2011.

This included the Chartered Management Institute -’People may need to treat second jobs carefully’, You at Work ‘Workers seek perks offered by part time jobs’, ‘Keep standards high for additional employee rewards’ in Thomsons.com and also in Love2Reward.

Numerous online media picked up a press release I helped with regarding apprenticeships and alternatives to university:

Transferable skills ‘can be developed through gap year activities’, quoted in this online article and also on the Virtual College site and Taylor Vinters Solicitors.; Young people urged to consider apprenticeships