Josh is a curious provisional psychologist with a passion for translating data into best-practice business solutions.
He has had a variety of work experiences across the private, public and not-for-profit sector delivering numerous projects in customer and employee experience. He brings expertise in human behaviour, organisational design, employee engagement, evaluations, reviews and data analysis. He is always looking for ways to collaborate and share ideas to accomplish business goals effectively.
- Assessed organisational culture data at a large not-for-profit charity and developed a business case on how to improve the employee experience, including evaluating results and significantly improving the assessment method’s overall rigour
- Supported implementation of a Line Lead Retention Strategy by teaching leaders how to have coaching conversations to minimise regretful turnover and enhance the employee experience
- Contributed to the review and design of a new operating model at a large Australian council, including developing a preliminary career architecture framework
- Assisted in the psychometric evaluation of an organisational culture assessment tool.
Outside of Nous
Prior to his work at Nous, Josh has worked in other various management consulting firms. He has been a part of culture reviews, leaderships development programs and selection and assessment procedures. Josh also has spent some time working in the higher education field, specifically focusing on enhancing the student experience.
Josh also has vast experience in academia. He has presented his research at conferences and keeps strong ties to the academic world. Most notably, he spoke at the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology in 2019 presenting his research paper into the impact of friendships at work.
Josh holds a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) from the University of the Sunshine Coast and a Master of Organisational Psychology from Deakin University.
In his spare time...
You will find Josh playing a round of golf or perhaps cycling his local routes.