The current global health crisis has brought into focus the need for organisations and individuals to adapt quickly to change. The world of work has already seen massive changes brought on by technological developments and broader social change. OPRA’s career development tools facilitate the development of critical skills needed for the future, through an online, customised, and self-directed learning experience. Contact us to understand how OPRA’s award-winning solution can help your organisation better prepare your people for the future of work.
Understanding the Performance Review Process
“What is an ideal performance review process?” A question our clients often ask around this time of year. At OPRA Psychology Group, we have the expertise and capability to help you design and build an integrated performance framework that supports optimal performance across the employment life cycle.
Teams & Organisations
People are more likely to be open to change and contributing actively if they feel the decision is not a forgone conclusion, that there is still scope for discussion and that their opinion will be welcomed and heard. So, what is the need for change? What outcome are you as a leader or as an organisation looking to achieve?
Setting Yourself Up For Success
How receptive are you to change? Where do you attribute change to and how do you perceive it? When things are not going well, are you able to think about what you can influence, or is it someone else’s role? Personality, past experiences, mentality, and perspective shape your responses to change.
Supporting Diverse & Inclusive Workplaces
This report looks at how to attract a diverse workforce, recruiting for inclusive attitudes, managing individual biases, and how to create inclusive policies. It also addresses the importance of focusing on your leaders and explores how diversity promotes success.
Transitioning to a New Normal
Industry leaders, WesTrac, NZ Police and JLL, discuss innovations and strategies for adapting to the new normal, post-COVID-19, and provide insights into how their workplaces are adjusting to going back to work. To listen to the recorded panel discussion click below.
Whether your team are working fully remote, are operating in rotations, or only select staff have changed their work location, many organisations are starting to focus on a return to their pre-COVID-19 state of work or some type of ‘new norm’.
Diversity and Inclusion: Unfinished Business
Identifying Safety Risks in Workers
With the cost of safety incidents so high, Australian businesses go to great lengths to ensure that workplaces are safe. This includes clearly defining practices and procedures that are designed to reduce and eliminate risk, use of personal protective equipment, extensive training and education.
Recruiting for Current Times
How can we actively select employees who are likely to be more effective working remotely than others? We know that personality preferences can predict a person’s job performance but can we predict remote job performance through understanding and measuring candidates’ personality?
Job Design & Employee Resilience
Is your approach to job design working in our current work context? Employee wellbeing and resilience is critical to a business’s capacity to survive, even thrive, through periods of prolonged uncertainty and change. So, what are the different factors that affect employee resilience?
Wellbeing and Engagement Check
Plasticity & Stability in Personality
An exciting new breed of assessments that reflect modern neuroscientific thinking about personality has emerged. Understanding personality attributes in relation to plasticity and stability enables organisations to both recruit and upskill existing staff to be fit for the future.
In times of uncertainty and transition, it is easy to get absorbed into worrying about our careers and forgetting about other aspects of our lives. Here, we introduce to you the concept of Futureselves that will keep your focus on a long-term, future-focused perspective to develop yourself holistically, maintain your motivation during difficult times, and foster happiness and wellbeing.
How People React to COVID-19
Everyone sees the world and reacts to situations differently. Understanding each other’s differences and preferences increases the ability for teams and leaders to connect, collaborate, and support each other during challenging times.
Helping Businesses & Employees Respond to the
Economic Impact Caused by COVID-19
OPRA Psychology Group is committed to helping all organisations during this time of crisis. OPRA has a team of expert Psychologists and consultants who can assist in delivering focussed and concise support options to help those impacted by the economic challenges.
Career Transition Program
OPRA’s Career Transition Program, often referred to as Outplacement, has been designed to meet the needs of the individuals going through redundancy and job change, whilst taking into account the commercial impact on an organisation.
Personal Resilience in Uncertain Times
Resilience in psychology is the positive capacity of people to cope with stress and adversity. COVID-19 presents as a major health, social, economic and personal challenge which will require us to demonstrate resilience at home and work. OPRA has pulled together some simple but effective strategies for you to use, share within your workforce or with your friends and family.
Working remotely presents its challenges. It may be difficult to know what to do or how to manage if you find you must abruptly start working from home! Here are some tips for keeping well and being productive.
The Role of Leaders in Supporting Remote Teams
During uncertain and stressful times, staff will look to leaders for guidance, support, and clarity. Key business practices may look a little bit different for the time being, but the functionality of leaders and managers to guide, support, ensure productivity and accountability remain integral to a business’ success.