Fascinated with the psychology of people and organisational change, Neville has devoted much of his life’s work to organisational behaviour, design and development. Neville’s expertise allows him to address the complex people issues associated with change and guide organisations to real, achievable solutions.
Neville has worked across a range of diverse sectors including Financial Services, Medical Devices and Medtech, Electronics and Social Care. He holds a primary degree in Business Studies (Human Resources), a graduate diploma in Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (both from University of Limerick), and an M.Sc. (Mgmt) in Organisational Behaviour from Trinity College Dublin. He was awarded the Charles Harvey Award for academic excellence in 2003.
Neville is currently undertaking the Ashridge Masters in Executive Coaching (AMEC) at the Hult International Business School and is also a registered member of the British Psychological Society as a Tester for Occupational, Personality and Ability Assessments.
Phone: +353 87 825 6208
Resolving systemic people challenges in business is Ronan’s passion. An executive leader and human resources management expert, Ronan has designed and led multifaceted transformation strategies in complex and challenging environments.
During his career, he has gained deep insight into what it takes to create the right type of culture and people strategies that grow and sustain high performance from front-line sales and service, large scale operations and IT. Having represented employees in his early career and now with over fifteen years’ experience as a member of executive teams, he brings a unique lens and ability to assess behaviors, interests and motivations at all levels in organizational life.
Ronan holds a BA in Industrial Relations and Human Resources, an M.Sc. in Organizational Behaviour from Trinity College and is currently undertaking the Ashridge Masters in Executive Coaching (AMEC) at the Hult International Business School.
Phone: +353 87 908 0287