Ruth Thompson

Ruth Thompson
Ruth is an experienced Business Psychologist who specialises in managing behavioural change for individuals, teams and organisations.

Her aim is always to provide a smooth transition in changes to processes, working practices, IT systems and behaviour.

With a unique combination of workplace behaviour knowledge and her broad range of experience she provides essential support to drive and embed change and development.

Regularly described by colleagues and clients as motivating, with bags of energy and enthusiasm, Ruth is straight-forward and insightful. This approach along with her flexibility and can-do attitude ensures client engagement and a focus on results.

Her work has generated feedback that includes, “her sharp mind and natural affinity with people are an engaging combination”, “quick grasp of issues” and “great sense of humour and a joy to work with”.

Ruth mentors for Business in the Community and is a member of the Belfast South Committee for the Federation of Small Businesses.

How do we do what we do?

Being aware of and understanding our own, our colleagues, our employees and our manager’s behaviour will impact costs, quality, productivity and attendance.

We identify the behaviours that are getting results and help you repeat them or assist you stopping the behaviours that are hindering your progress. We give you a reality check!

We use Cognitive Behavioural Coaching to aid in understanding behaviour and in the development of more successful behaviours, however, interactive training, group work, one-to-one, action learning, accelerated learning can also be applied if appropriate…being flexible is core to our ethos.

Click here to contact me to discover what type of development would work for your business

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