Business & Career

What you need to know

Business psychology is broader than industrial-organizational psychology, and applies psychological practice and theory to big or small organisations. I help businesses understand, value and grow not only the leadership, but also all employees. This can be done “one on one” or even in a group setting.


The practice of business psychology includes various areas of expertise, which includes:

1. Advice
 As a business psychologist, I offer aa strategically focussed, unbiased and deeply psychological perspective on personal and interpersonal issues in the workplace.

2. Assessing
My aim in an organisation would be to improve employee well-being, performance, efficiency, and motivation. I will also apply research methodology and implement various techniques of assessing employees, developing leadership within the business while maintaining work-life balance, and diversity in the company.

3. Motivate
My aim in an organisation would be to improve employee performance, efficiency, and motivation. I will also apply research methodology and implement various techniques of assessing employees, developing leadership within the business while maintaining work-life balance, and diversity in the company.

4. Employee selection
This is a very important part of my service and companies/ HR often need help with this aspect of the business. I have through many years of experience improved on the way companies hire staff, give feedback and reviews and then use this feedback to build an careers through training programs and mentoring. This not only serves as a helpful service to staff, but also to managers, company owners and directors and all aligned to strategy.

5. Wellbeing
The overall well-being of a company’s performance and growth is dependent on the organisation’s culture and leadership. Through my years of experience, I have assisted many leadership teams to develop programs and training to grow, support and inspire both management and employees and to create competition-outclassing culture.