Baby Boomer Sees Poetic Justice in Making Age the Edge

In a twist of irony, baby boomer embarks on a new career at an age when prior generations prepared for retirement. Conrad Taylor, a thirty year executive, stays active providing business owners and top leaders unbiased, confidential feedback on their business and life issues, for a fee.

Ocoee, Florida (PRWEB) July 19, 2005 -- Conrad Taylor, a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and the Sloan School of Management at MIT, is part of that first wave of baby boomers who are preparing for increased life expectancy by starting new careers. His generation continues to break long-held stereotypes about older workers. At age fifty five, Conrad has launched a new career freelancing as a Business Coach.

Business Coaching is a vehicle for this former CEO, General Manager and Business Owner to earn a living. He serves as a sounding board for confident business leaders who value unbiased feedback about business and life. He appreciates how lonely it can get at the top for his clients. Over a thirty year period, Conrad has held positions of increasing responsibility at several companies, in different industries, amassing a diversified base of experiences. Former colleagues speak of his “knack for mentoring and coaching”.

Recruited as a CEO in 1998 to lead a turnaround, new investors retained Conrad as Vice President & General Manager in 2002 to integrate it with other acquisitions. In that new role, Mr. Taylor grew revenues, profitably, at a compounded annual growth rate of over 20%. That background provides the insights for coaching clients to improved performance results.

Typical of his generation, Conrad continues to adapt, learn and start new careers. He recently completed an Executive Management program at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, and moved from Chicago to Orlando, Florida. Business owners and top leaders are tapping into the accumulated wisdom of baby boomers when they engage Mr. Taylor as a Business Coach.

For additional information, Contact: Conrad Taylor, Phone (407) 876-6347; Fax (407) 909-9874

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