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Customer Experiences with Victoria Taylor Victoria Taylor is renowned for bringing exceptional customer experiences to brands. She works closely with international clients to build strategies for how businesses can bring their magic to life to surprise and delight audiences. She also knows a thing about prosecco. In this episode, Victoria talks about how even small businesses can think about what their potential customers need to experience to feel a closeness and loyalty to their brand. We also talk about Love Island (sssh).
The Dietitian Cafe S2E13: The Role Of A Dietitian In The Charitable Sector With Victoria Taylor In this episode, we will be discussing the ‘Role of a dietitian in the charitable sector’. To tie in with the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) 60th birthday, we're delighted to be joined by registered dietitian Victoria Taylor.
Victoria is a registered dietitian with over 20 years of experience working in health and charity sectors. She has a master’s degree in food policy and PGCert in Sports Nutrition. Before joining the BHF, she worked for the NHS, first in a hospital and then in public health where her work included advising on school meals, community food projects and weight management programmes to improve people’s health. Victoria joined the BHF in 2007 where she now provides expert advice on diet and the links with cardiovascular disease and helps with the development of a range of food and nutrition resources for the charity. She also acts as a spokesperson on all aspects of food and cardiovascular disease.

In this episode, we explore what it’s like to work as a dietitian in the charity sector. We’ll discuss how Victoria began working for the BHF and how she contributes to influencing the dietary habits of the population. Victoria also shares her advice for dietitians wanting to pursue working in the charity sector.

British Heart Foundation Website: https://www.bhf.org.uk/
Jennifer Charlene, Briana King, Hilary Shanks and Victoria Taylor with Robert Brink A special live podcast featuring four of skateboarding’s brightest trailblazers: Jennifer Charlene, Briana King, Hilary Shanks and Victoria Taylor—four young women who are the essence of skateboarding’s DIY ethos, redefining what it means to be a skateboarder, and changing the landscape for future generations of women in skateboarding. Moderated by Robert Brink.This episode was recorded live on February 16 at the 1888 Center located in the Historic District of Old Towne Orange, CA.While growing up in Southern California, Jennifer Charlene trained in ballet & modern dance. In middle school, skateboarding naturally caught her attention. After completing the Royal Academy of dance curriculum, skating soon became a lifestyle for Jennifer, which she now spends most of her time doing.Briana King is a skateboarder, actress, and model born in East Los Angeles and has spent time working between Australia, LA, New York, and New Zealand, appearing in two feature films and a host of ads and editorials for the likes of Apple, Jordan brand, Converse, DKNY, Gap, I-D, Nike, Puma, Teen Vogue, Uniqlo, Vans, and more. Much of Briana’s work focuses on inspiring confidence in young women. She often organizes and hosts girls-only meet-ups on both coasts to provide a comfortable and judgment-free skating environment.Hilary Shanks is a model and skateboarder from Missouri, living in Los Angeles. She loves traveling and connecting with other female skateboarders. Outside of skating she is pursuing a degree in business.Victoria Taylor (Skatemosss), is a 22-year-old fashion major and skateboarder. She moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18 to pursue her career in fashion and met all of her best friends through skating. She now runs her own business has designed and launched Grizzly Grip tape’s first ever woman’s line. Victoria plans to continue pursuing her love of fashion, have her own brand in the future, and travel the world to skate.A skateboarder since the age of 12, Robert Brink began his career as a writer in 1999 while attending grad school in his native New Jersey, contributing to dozens of magazines and websites over the years, including Thrasher, ESPN and Playboy, Robert has also interviewed celebrities, worked as a food and travel writer and written for films. Robert is most known for hosting and co-producing the popular skateboarding talk show, Weekend Buzz, on Tony Hawk’s Ride Channel, He resides in Laguna Beach, writing and operating his candle brand, The Hundredth Acre.Producer: Heritage Future with Robert BrinkHost: Robert BrinkGuest: Jennifer Charlene, Briana King, Hilary Shanks and Victoria TaylorAudio: Brew Sessions LiveMusic composed and performed by Dan ReckardPhoto: Josh Friedberg
Jennifer Charlene, Briana King, Hilary Shanks and Victoria Taylor with Robert Brink A special live podcast featuring four of skateboarding’s brightest trailblazers: Jennifer Charlene, Briana King, Hilary Shanks and Victoria Taylor—four young women who are the essence of skateboarding’s DIY ethos, redefining what it means to be a skateboarder, and changing the landscape for future generations of women in skateboarding. Moderated by Robert Brink.This episode was recorded live on February 16 at the 1888 Center located in the Historic District of Old Towne Orange, CA.While growing up in Southern California, Jennifer Charlene trained in ballet & modern dance. In middle school, skateboarding naturally caught her attention. After completing the Royal Academy of dance curriculum, skating soon became a lifestyle for Jennifer, which she now spends most of her time doing.Briana King is a skateboarder, actress, and model born in East Los Angeles and has spent time working between Australia, LA, New York, and New Zealand, appearing in two feature films and a host of ads and editorials for the likes of Apple, Jordan brand, Converse, DKNY, Gap, I-D, Nike, Puma, Teen Vogue, Uniqlo, Vans, and more. Much of Briana’s work focuses on inspiring confidence in young women. She often organizes and hosts girls-only meet-ups on both coasts to provide a comfortable and judgment-free skating environment.Hilary Shanks is a model and skateboarder from Missouri, living in Los Angeles. She loves traveling and connecting with other female skateboarders. Outside of skating she is pursuing a degree in business.Victoria Taylor (Skatemosss), is a 22-year-old fashion major and skateboarder. She moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18 to pursue her career in fashion and met all of her best friends through skating. She now runs her own business has designed and launched Grizzly Grip tape’s first ever woman’s line. Victoria plans to continue pursuing her love of fashion, have her own brand in the future, and travel the world to skate.A skateboarder since the age of 12, Robert Brink began his career as a writer in 1999 while attending grad school in his native New Jersey, contributing to dozens of magazines and websites over the years, including Thrasher, ESPN and Playboy, Robert has also interviewed celebrities, worked as a food and travel writer and written for films. Robert is most known for hosting and co-producing the popular skateboarding talk show, Weekend Buzz, on Tony Hawk’s Ride Channel, He resides in Laguna Beach, writing and operating his candle brand, The Hundredth Acre.Producer: Heritage Future with Robert BrinkHost: Robert BrinkGuest: Jennifer Charlene, Briana King, Hilary Shanks and Victoria TaylorAudio: Brew Sessions LiveMusic composed and performed by Dan ReckardPhoto: Josh Friedberg
Episode 69 - Customer Experience with Victoria Taylor Victoria Taylor of VictoriaTaylUK, Experience Consultant who works with brands on their audience, customer, employee and brand experience, talks to us today about the importance of providing a positive experience at all times.
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Experience is not a "thing" you do, it's everything you do, Victoria Taylor Understanding what experience to give to your customers is one thing, but there's valuable relationships we also have with our staff and suppliers as well. In this podcast Melanie Boylan spoke to Victoria Taylor about her long background in this field and about her upcoming book and future projects. Links t Victoria below:
Who is Victoria Taylor?
Victoria Taylor is an experience consultant and international speaker, who puts different in experience. Her purpose is to help brands become experience leaders .
Victoria get brands to ‘Raise-the-Bar’ in experience by thinking different, creating different and doing different.
She can consult on audience, employee, customer and brand experience, working with boutique businesses, fortune 100 brands and everything in between.
She is a proven customer experience leader who brings together the digital and physical worlds, transforming experience at every moment and interaction someone has with a brand. She tells all her clients this: They need to Make People Matter.
Make people matter and your brand will matter to them.
"I'm far from finished yet and my mission to Raise-the-Bar in experience continues, one day at a time, one brand at a time, one experience at a time." Victoria Taylor.
Book Bio:
'Points Of Entry: Unlocking People Experience' was written with one purpose in mind. To help brands to recognise that every person is important to them. I realised that a lot of the conversation around experience focused on customer experience or, when someone is already a customer of a brand.
'Points Of Entry : Unlocking People Experience' looks at the 'pre-experience' BEFORE someone becomes a customer and it uncovers the potential entry points that a person has into a business. I define a Point of Entry as a place where anyone can gain ‘entry’ to your business, gain insight, have a conversation, or experience your brand for the first time if they don't know you, or engage with and experience your business regularly if they do know you.
The experience you create at each entry point will either be the beginning of a solid business relationship (for those who don’t know you), a great experience (for existing customers and those that do know you) or the end of the road on all counts!
Entry points are everywhere and when I counted up my own, I had over 70 of them. It made me realise how many opportunities there were for brands to build great experiences with people who were not yet customers. Experiences at every moment and every interaction.
But in order to create an experience, knowledge is crucial. This book helps readers to understand
1.) Why entry points are important for EVERY brand today.
2.) Why 'moments' are key to creating experiences.
3.) How you can apply Entry Point Theory to your business with examples.
4.) How you get started in actioning it.
We are all in the experience business first and foremost, second to that comes the product or service we offer, but experience happens long before someone becomes a customer, I hope this book will become the guide to realising the potential of people experience
When you Make People Matter, your brand will matter to them.
Victoria Taylors Links:
https://www.victoriatayl.uk/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoriatayluk/
https://www.facebook.com/VictoriaTaylUK
https://www.instagram.com/victoriatayluk/
https://twitter.com/VictoriaTaylUK
Experience is not a "thing" you do, it's everything you do, Victoria Taylor Understanding what experience to give to your customers is one thing, but there's valuable relationships we also have with our staff and suppliers as well. &nbsp;In this podcast Melanie Boylan spoke to Victoria Taylor about her long background in this field and about her upcoming book and future projects.&nbsp; Links t Victoria below:
Who is Victoria Taylor?
Victoria Taylor is an experience consultant and international speaker, who puts different in experience. Her purpose is to help brands become experience leaders .
Victoria get brands to ‘Raise-the-Bar’ in experience&nbsp;by thinking different, creating different and doing different.
She can consult on audience, employee, customer and brand experience, working with boutique businesses, fortune 100 brands and everything in between.
She is a proven customer experience leader who brings together the digital and physical worlds, transforming experience at every moment and interaction someone has with a brand. She tells all her clients this: They need to Make People Matter.
Make people matter and your brand will matter to them.
"I'm far from finished yet and my mission to Raise-the-Bar in experience continues, one day at a time, one brand at a time, one experience at a time." Victoria Taylor.
Book Bio:
'Points Of Entry: Unlocking People Experience' was written with one purpose in mind. To help brands to recognise that every person is important to them. I realised that a lot of the conversation around experience focused on customer experience or, when someone is already a customer of a brand.
'Points Of Entry : Unlocking People Experience' looks at the 'pre-experience' BEFORE someone becomes a customer and it uncovers the potential entry points that a person has into a business. I define a&nbsp;Point of Entry as a place where anyone can gain ‘entry’ to your business, gain insight, have a conversation, or experience your brand for the first time if they don't know you, or engage with and experience your business regularly if they do&nbsp;know you.
The experience you create at each entry point will either be the beginning of a solid&nbsp;business relationship (for those who don’t know you), a great experience (for existing customers and those that do know you) or the end of the road on all counts!
Entry points are everywhere and when I counted up my own, I had over 70 of them. It made me realise how many opportunities there were for brands to build great experiences with people who were not yet customers. Experiences at every moment and every interaction.
But in order to create an experience, knowledge is crucial. This book helps readers to understand
1.) Why entry points are important for EVERY brand today.
2.) Why 'moments' are key to creating experiences.
3.) How you can apply Entry Point Theory to your business with examples.
4.) How you get started in actioning it.
We are all in the experience business first and foremost, second to that comes the product or service we offer, but experience happens long before someone becomes a customer, I hope this book will become the guide to realising the potential of people experience
When you Make People Matter, your brand will matter to them.
Victoria Taylors Links:
https://www.victoriatayl.uk/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoriatayluk/
https://www.facebook.com/VictoriaTaylUK
https://www.instagram.com/victoriatayluk/
https://twitter.com/VictoriaTaylUK
Customer Experience Superheroes - Series 7 Episode 1 - Make People Matter with Victoria Taylor Clientship&apos;s Customer Experience Superheroes starts its 7th season with a very important message in the world of accelerated digital dominance - people matter in CX. The message is shared loud and clear by Victoria Taylor of VictoriaTayluk, our first guest of this latest series. Victoria, a CX consultant is in conversation with host, Christopher Brooks on this critical topic. 2020 has seen the demise of the face to to face experience interaction, and a replacement with digital engagements. But this is not through choice its through circumstance. In discussion, Victoria explains why now its more important than ever to be &apos;upping our game&apos; and delivering a quality human experience when the chance allows us.Victoria also shares details of her latest mini-book, which is available via her website. https://www.victoriatayl.uk. You can reach Victoria on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoriatayluk/. You can connect with hist Christopher Brooks at https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-brooks-1425b7a/.
The Modern Monk Life With Victoria Taylor Victoria Taylor, with her rapidly growing website http://mondernmonklife.com/ visits the Phatman Radio Show. 

Victoria discusses her inspiration for starting modern monk life, how to navigate in the kitchen, and how to connect with food from a spiritual place.

Victoria  was inspired to create Modern Monk Life after watching her mother's journey through a challenging path of medical dilemmas with equally toxic solutions. She has assembled a team of kitchen revolutionaries and spiritual warriors to provide insightful guidelines for others on a similar journey.

Modern Monk Life seeks to shed truth on old societal systems of functioning and offer an alternative approach that is mindful and inclusive.
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