Scott

Scott Way

Director, Industrial & Organisational Psychology

Adelaide

+61 8 7421 1424

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Scott leads the Industrial & Organisational Psychology team in South Australia. With a lifelong commitment to learning, Scott attracts international authorities, to profile their expertise to his network.  He maintains these strategic relationships for the benefit of his clients and the profession.

Scott and his team pride themselves on providing genuine solutions to issues that will stand the test of time. They strive to identify ‘root cause issues’ and to work with clients to shape a solution that brings about the improvements they are after. This collegial approach ensure that Scott is open and approachable while at the same time being forthright and at times challenging. His view is that if you aren’t thinking outside of the box you have probably stopped thinking!

With over 25 years experience working with multinationals, governments as well as small family businesses. Prior to this he held senior positions in the automotive, mining and public sectors. Scott is passionate about improving the performance of organisations and their people. There are numerous ways this can be done and all have been proven to have a clear impact on the bottom line. This passion has seen Scott work with public and private sector clients across Australia, Asia, New Zealand and most recently in the USA.

Services

  • Organisation review and development
  • Strategic and business planning
  • Workshop facilitation
  • Management and Leadership development
  • Team building
  • Staff and stakeholder surveys

Sectors

  • Public sector
  • Not-for-profit
  • Finance
  • Hospitality & tourism
  • Health
  • Natural resources
  • Defence

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
  • Graduate Diploma in Applied Psychology
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Accredited Mediator

Affiliations

  • Member, Australian Psychological Society
  • Chartered Member, Australian Human Resources Institute
  • Member, Australian College of Organisational Psychologists