Organizational Psychology
What is

Occupational Psychology

Organizational psychology is the branch of psychology that applies psychological theories and principles to organizations. It focuses on increasing workplace productivity and related issues such as physical and mental well-being of employees.


Psychometric Tools

Quintax® psychometric testing is the tool we use to understand and interpret human behavior in the workplace. To reach optimum productivity and balanced teamwork it is essential to first understand everyone’s personality, preferences, and motivators.

By combining the results of the test with individual team needs, we have all the necessary information which will help us create a personalized action plan to develop the candidate’s leadership skills and to develop teamwork and productivity.

Science of Human Behavior

What is “Threat State” at work?

We know we are in “Threat State” when we are feeling negative emotions in addition to a flight, fight or freeze response. In a working environment a threat state can present itself in the form of conflict, intense stress, lack of communication and cooperation between team members or low motivation, creativity, and productivity levels.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The challenge of Inclusion

Team diversity refers to the differences between individual members of a team that can exist on various dimensions like age, nationality, religious background, functional background or task skills, sexual orientation, and political preferences, among others.

Equity in the workplace is the idea that all employees are provided with fair and equal opportunities based on their individual needs. Inclusion is the recognition, appreciation, and use of the talents and skills of employees of all backgrounds. One of the main challenges to fostering a culture of belonging and inclusion is the lack of awareness and understanding of the different perspectives, experiences, and needs of employees from different backgrounds, identities, and cultures.

Psychological Safety at work

How does Psychological Safety lead to Employee Satisfaction?

When there is a Culture of Psychological Safety in the organization each team member feels recognized, treated with equity, and included with respect and fairness. In a working environment where employees feel trust, empathy and self-acknowledgement, productivity, creativity, team identity and motivation are enhanced.

Take the first step

Create a Culture of Psychological Safety for your Organization

Book a free appointment so that we discuss the best plan for your leadership needs.