Build wellbeing for performance.
Evidence based solutions for individuals and organisations.
We're a psychology consultancy. We use psychological science to build wellbeing, for personal and professional performance.
We'll gather meaningful data, to understand your organisation. And we'll unlock powerful insights, so we know where to focus to achieve the best outcomes.
We'll create custom, evidence based solutions to build wellbeing. And we'll use a human centred approach, so what we create is all about your organisation, and the people in it.
We'll work with you to sustain wellbeing. And we'll measure it over time, to ensure you're realising the benefits.
Measurement & ROI
We partner with organisations, across every interaction of the employee journey, to unlock, build and sustain wellbeing, for performance. We work at the individual, team and organisation level. Our approach is people centred and holistic, and our solutions are practical and evidence based.
As psychologists, we're intrigued by the mind. Specifically, by the fact that it gives rise to our individual (psychological) differences, and that these differences influence the way we see and experience our world, and the way we interact with each other, personally and professionally.
But what we find most intriguing, is that the way each see and experience our world, influences our wellbeing - and our wellbeing, influences our performance, both personally and professionally.
So imagine if we better understood ourselves, and each other - psychologically.
And imagine, if organisations did too.
Imagine the impact this would have on our individual and collective wellbeing, and ultimately our personal and professional performance.
Herein lies the opportunity, and our purpose; to use the power of psychological science (the science of the mind), to build wellbeing for performance - for individuals, and organisations.
We look forward to working with you.
BA (Hons) Psychology & Psychophysiology, MPsych (Organisational), Dip PositivePsych, MAPS
Director | Psychologist
Kirsten is a registered psychologist. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology and Psychophysiology, a Masters of Organisational Psychology, a Diploma in Positive Psychology and Wellbeing and a Certificate in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).
Kirsten has experience consulting to organisations to improve business performance and organisational effectiveness. She's partnered with various organisations to build their (people and leadership) strategy; to measure the engagement and culture of their workforce; and to identify and recruit key talent... And she's helped them build that talent (from Graduates, to Senior Leaders). She's also an Adjunct Lecturer at Deakin University, Melbourne where she teaches 'Leadership and Professional Development' in the Master of Business Administration (MBA).
BA (Hons) Psychology, MPsych (Organisational), CPsychol, GradCert Management
Associate | Chartered Psychologist
Emma is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science with Honours, a Masters in Organisational Psychology from Deakin University and a Graduate Certificate in Management from Melbourne Business School.
Emma has experience both consulting for and working in organisations. Her psychology background underpins her understanding of client challenges and enables her to develop practical, evidence based solutions for people and organisations to flourish. She has led global projects, working with clients across Europe, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific. She has significant experience in the community services sector in Australia. Emma has a passion for enabling people to thrive.
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If you're interested in exploring how your organisation can use psychological science for performance and wellbeing, we'd love to hear from you.
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