What makes a true Organisational Development Consultant?

I work with a broad swathe of people specialists. Learning and strategy experts too. They call themselves many different names, from executive coaches (although many don’t coach executives), to facilitators (who mainly train), to consultants (who do little more than simply respond to the immediate brief of a client) and even consulting psychologists (who are…

Are you absolutely certain that you believe everything you think?

In the past, rocking up at university had pretty much been about slip slops, board shorts and lateness. So heading back to the towers of learning in smart-casual business wear rattled the 20-something student of decades ago (scary use of the word ‘decades’). It didn’t take long though for the weight of WISDOM, and the…

What is Consulting Psychology anyway?

This is what Oxford Google Dictionary spat out: Consulting psychology is a specialty area of psychology that addresses such areas as assessment and interventions at the individual, group, and organizational levels. Mmm. isn’t that what I’m already doing? umm, and many of you? The fact is, often this work we do is like building a plane…

Do a Consulting Psychology Phd with me!

This year, I have signed up to donating my early mornings, leisurely weekends and the intent to cut down on caffeine, to the pursuit of my PhD in Consulting Psychology. It is exciting and admittedly a tad daunting, and with such emotions swirling about my head and heart, I suddenly feel quite lonely! The antidote?…