Group Managing Director
Kylie Taylor has led major strategic communications programs for leading organisations in Australia and Asia in the government, corporate and financial sectors and has extensive experience working as a communications consultant advising boards, chief executives and senior management.
She joined BBG in 1992 and since then has lived and worked in Singapore, Thailand, Japan and Australia. Her experience encompasses all areas of corporate communications and public affairs.
Her particular strength is in helping organisations see their stakeholder groups through objective eyes, then creating an integrated approach to engage stakeholders in a way that supports the organisation’s objectives.
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Maria brought to the von Trapps a kind of disruption. She challenged the status quo, destabilised existing power structures and showed them a new way of doing things...
I have long suspected that some old school communications thinking is as relevant as ever before – but was a bit too scared to say it. But now here goes..
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I have always liked the saying “opening the kimono”. I like the way it sounds. I like the Asian flavour and the suggestion of lush embroidered silk. And of course I like what it stands for – opening the doors and revealing the inner workings to an outside party.
In organisations, knowing your purpose can be a powerful concept. Aligning under one clear, unifying goal can engage a team, inspire performance, bring a strategy to action and strengthen your brand.