Dr. Patricia Thompson

Dr. Patricia Thompson is a Corporate Psychologist and founder of Silver Lining Psychology, a management consulting firm devoted to helping businesses flourish by making well-informed hiring decisions, cultivating talent, and developing a positive organizational culture.

Notable clients include The Home Depot, Baylor Scott & White Health, SunTrust Banks, Mercer, Chick-Fil-A, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, the United Way, Performance Food Group, the Georgia Department of Revenue, Colonial Pipeline, and others.

Dr. Thompson enjoys helping others achieve greater success by drawing on the science of positive psychology. She is the creator of The Executive Mindfulness Online Course, and the author of The Consummate Leader: a Holistic Guide to Inspiring Growth in Others...and in Yourself.

Her work is featured in the Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Money Magazine, The Huffington Post, Time, The CEO Magazine, Investor’s Business Daily, Monster.com, CareerBuilder, and a host of other sites, sharing valuable business advice.

On a personal level, Patricia enjoys playing tennis, classical piano, working out, reading, meditating, and writing. She lives in Atlanta with her husband and son. For more information about Dr. Patricia Thompson, visit: www.silverliningpsychology.com.

Recent Posts

A Mindfulness-Based Technique for Leading Sensitive Discussions

Feb 23, 2017 by Dr. Patricia Thompson in meeting design (8 minute read)

I’m thrilled to introduce Dr. Patricia Thompson to the community of meeting designers and coaches featured on our blog. I first learned about Dr. Thompson and her work through an article she wrote for Harvard Business Review titled How Mindfulness Helped a Workplace Diversity Exercise.

In the article, she talks about using mindfulness-based discussion techniques to help an ineffective diversity team break through their barriers and learn to work together.

Before you get the wrong idea, Dr. Thompson isn’t a diversity coach. Instead, she helps executives cultivate positive organizational cultures through selection, leadership development, and team building. She also teaching mindfulness techniques that they can apply to make their workplaces more engaged, trusting, and healthy places to be.


Topics: meeting design

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