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Coaching & Consultation Services

Consulting psychology may be defined as the application of psychological knowledge, theory, and approaches to advise, guide, or coach individuals, groups, or organizations to enhance well-being and performance in their personal lives or work domains. Coaching falls under the umbrella of consultation psychology. While there are many potential goals of consulting and coaching psychology, common goals may include:

  • Helping employees, executives, or teams to work together more effectively
  • Creating a more satisfactory work environment/culture
  • Improving employee moral and motivation
  • Identifying, managing and enhancing talent or potential 
  • Learning and career development
  • Supporting Human Resources
  • Developing executive performance and effectiveness
  • Improving leadership competency 
  • Assessing candidates for selection or promotion
  • Facilitate Secession Planning
  • Crisis Management
  • Creating development plans

Personality Assessment for Professional Development

Personality assessment is a process of testing that uses a combination of techniques to arrive at a hypotheses about a person and their personality, behaviors, and work-related capabilities. It involves the use of interviews, observations, and research-based or standardized assessments. Personality tests can be used in the workplace to assist in candidate selection and to better identify potential strengths and weaknesses in employees and how they function as individuals and within a team. Results from personality assessments can be used to increase in productivity, teamwork and communication, which may improve the effectiveness, quality, and quantity of work. They also help leaders and executives to better understand their work and leadership style, so that they may become more effective at managing their employees or team by knowing what each employee needs to thrive in the workplace and how they might respond to your leadership style. Identifying each individual’s work-related characteristics and interpersonal style can help organizations shape specific roles or positions to fit with their strengths and weaknesses and identify which individuals within a team or C-Suite might work well together or who would do best working alone.