My consulting comes in different shapes and sizes
  • Consulting call or meeting to discuss your concerns and goals for your organisation. We may decide that further assessment and evaluation is required to better assess the situation, after which a report is produced with recommendations based on the initial concern identified.
  • Training sessions, support groups and individual psychotherapy services can be set up for your employees to work on team building, conflict resolution or effective communication, as well as to prevent burnout by providing a support system for your employees. Training sessions can also be set up with managers to teach them how to identify signs of burnout in their employees and prevent that from worsening. Read the blog post “Ten ways to identify burnout in your employees before it happens”.
  • Program evaluation and development that can improve on the services you are offering or create new programs to serve the needs of you target audience. I can use my expertise in evaluation, HR and psychology to determine the needs to clients and how to effectively treat them.

With a background and a masters degree in human resource management I learned how to create effective systems to increase efficiency, employee satisfaction and retention, and prevent burnout. I really enjoy working with non-profits to help evaluate and create amazing programs that serve the community. This helps the organization focus more on the quality of their service and less on keeping funders happy.

Example You are experiencing low retention and would like to reduce turnover in order to save on training costs and improve quality of service. We set up an initial meeting, discuss the concern, and assess the situation in order to identify problems causing low retention. We may decide to do a few interviews with a few of the employees or a round-table with head of department for instance to gain the information needed. At that point we will have a clearer picture of the situation, I will put all the information and data together in a digestible format and send you a report with a summary of findings and concrete recommendations. These recommendations may include providing more opportunities for employees to socialize by providing a space for breaks or organizing a few team building events to provide employees a sense of belonging and to set up exit interviews to keep getting feedback for future planning.

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