Georgia Acutt

Consultant

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Georgia is a registered psychologist and an experienced consultant who brings strong interpersonal skills and confidence when engaging with diverse stakeholders.
Georgia has a robust understanding of psychological principles and techniques that underlie occupational behaviour, working conditions and organisational structures, to solve problems of work performance and organisational design. Georgia works to understand complex organisational problems by adopting a human centred perspective to assist organisations in recognising key opportunities and challenges across a range of sectors and situations.

Influential work

  • Led report-writing on a leadership assessment and development for high-potential executives, with a focus on cultural competency, integrating results from psychometric tests, work simulations and interviews to develop a detailed strengths-based leadership development report
  • Conducted a gap analysis into gendered responses in the justice sector, triangulating qualitative and quantitative datasets with desktop analysis of best practices and stakeholder consultation. Findings were analysed and consolidated to provide evidence-based, user-informed recommendations to build and strengthen related services
  • Developed an evidenced, best-practice training and change management framework. This included conducting qualitative analysis of employee responses to inform a training needs analysis to reflect the voices of people across the sector interacting with the training and change management framework
  • Conducted psychological research projects as the primary researcher, with an expert ability to synthesise academic and anecdotal evidence. Projects involved ethical applications, survey development, and advanced statistical analysis
  • As a disability and mental health case manager, managed multiple clients, maintaining strong client relationships through goal-oriented psychoeducational activities.

Outside of Nous

Georgia previously completed internships with Nous, Deloitte and the human resources department of the University of Queensland. Georgia worked as a tutor for undergraduate psychology students for two years, specialising in statistical analysis and its application and importance in psychology. She has also worked for a not-for-profit organisation as a disability and mental health case manager.

In her spare time...

Georgia enjoys experimenting with new recipes and sharing her creations with her partner and family. She loves to travel and is learning to speak German.