I joined Greenstreet Berman Ltd. in 2009 and am a registered Health Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council (Reg no. PYL 34478).
I am also a chartered member of the British Psychological Society and the Division of Health Psychology, and a member of the Market Research Society.
What do you do at Greenstreet Berman Ltd?
I am a Principal Consultant and I apply my Psychology expertise to the context of corporate and public health, safety and risk management, through for example advising on health/risk communications, organisational culture assessment and management of change and supporting employee well-being.
My work is varied and can be both reactive and proactive, including: the conduct of root cause analysis, development of guidance and toolkits to support/inform good practice, desktop research/rapid evidence reviews, training and consultation concerning the causes and prevention of accidents and ill health.
I am a Key Account Manager for an international defence sector client, overseeing the management and delivery of contracted work taking place across a number of sites within the UK (and oversees), primarily focused on the assessment and enhancement of organisational health and safety culture.
I have full DV Security Clearance and often undertake work within high-hazard/safety critical industries, including: utilities, chemical manufacturing, energy, rail, defence (inc. nuclear) and public health.
What are your professional interests?
I have a fascination with Human behaviour and love understanding the drivers for people’s attitudes and actions in a range of safety and wellbeing contexts, which enable interventions to be targeted in support of positive change.
I am very much a people person and so training delivery and facilitation is something which I very much enjoy. As an accredited (TAP.Cert) facilitator, I understand how to engage delegates in the learning process in a way that is enjoyable and encourages contribution and ownership of any output/change. I lead a high proportion of the companies’ training contracts, conducting training needs analysis, developing interactive people focused training courses, delivering these with the support of my fellow colleagues and evaluating their effectiveness to ensure that training requirements are met, and where possible exceeded with our bespoke training solutions.
What do you do in your spare time?
My Son was born in November of 2016 and I love nothing more than playing silly games like peekaboo and making him giggle. My husband and I enjoy motorsport and we are once again looking forward to cheering the F1 drivers round the Silverstone track, this time with our little boy (who is named after one of them).
Tell us something we might not know about you.
I am Dyslexic and often entertain colleagues with my humorous spelling, (thankfully we proof read all of our reports).