Ulrike Grassinger

Business Portrait Ulrike Grassinger

Ulrike Grassinger has strategic oversight of all Counterpoint projects and manages quality assurance and timeliness. A social-psychologist by background, Ulrike brings together insights on human behaviour, sentiment and choice with her experience in managing large-scale consultancy projects for business and political leaders. She regularly facilitates high-level workshops to advise decision-makers on how to make use of these insights.

Before joining Counterpoint, Ulrike worked as a management consultant where she advised senior-level management and led large-scale change projects. Trained as a systemic consultant and therapist, she has experience in working with systems, organisations and groups to foster shifts in perspectives.

Ulrike holds a BSc in Psychology from the University of Heidelberg and an MSc in Social and Cultural Psychology from the London School of Economics. Her PhD work for the University of Flensburg, focuses on the uses of metaphorical language in the discourse on climate change.

Contact: ulrike.grassinger[at]counterpoint.uk.com

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