Human Psychology organisational services focus on how companies can deliver better performance with less resources operating in a complex, rapidly changing environment. People want to work in vibrant, productive companies to deliver their best and be valued in return.
We provide psychological support and consulting services to private and government organisations and we aim to work with our corporate clients to understand their unique culture, industry and operational challenges to deliver effective, solutions-focussed service that benefits both employers and their employees.
An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a valuable organisational development tool which meets duty of care obligations to employees, reduces staff turnover and increases productivity and morale. An EAP provides employees with confidential, employer funding counselling sessions to enhance wellbeing, mental health and resilience.
Human Psychology’s over-arching philosophy in the provision of an EAP Service is to deliver an effective and efficient counselling process that is solutions-focussed, practical and manages to embrace both organisational imperatives and individual client needs.
Our unique process move teams beyond “team building” to a genuine level of team development. Expertise in assessment enables identification of both individual leadership and team strengths and development needs. Leadership and team development processes are entirely customised to each client’s unique business needs.
Coaching is a results orientated process designed to enhance work performance, self-directed learning and personal growth. Coaching assists to realise potential and build enduring personal and professional skills and self-insight.
Unresolved conflict represents a significant cost to most organisations. Our resolution processes emphasise achievement of sustainable change and constructive interaction in a respectful and dignified manner. Our psychologists offer sound advice and practical HR support for organisations dealing with high risk HR, workplace relations and industrial relations matters
Appropriate management of traumatic events in the workplace meets duty of care obligations and promotes employee wellbeing. Mental health first aid principles, screening and support can promote resilient recovery and minimise occupational hazards from exposure to workplace trauma.
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