Heizy SerrelsNational Manager of Learning and Wellbeing
Heizy Serrels is National Manager of Learning and Wellbeing Culture at the Centre for Corporate Health. Heizy is a registered psychologist who has over 10 years’ experience working in both private and public organisational settings providing a broad range of psychological and HR consultancy services. Her career has included positions in general human resources, education, counselling, and various clinical and non-clinical psychological positions. Along with exceptional consultation skills, she possesses great depth in technical expertise and is accredited in a large number of tools and methodologies.
Heizy is an experienced coach, trainer, and group facilitator, specialising in the areas of people development, relationship management, communication skills, well-being, and team effectiveness. In her career she has had vast experience in psychological assessment methodology and implementation, including reporting on leadership success profiles.
Heizy has undertaken projects that include large scale training and development, psychometric assessment, strategic planning and change management initiatives, organisational surveys, recruiting and selecting staff, career coaching, and large-scale restructuring and career transition projects.
Vicarious trauma in the workplace is a silent hazard, and it’s on the increase. Traditionally, a risk reserved for industries such as emergency services, the Covid-19 pandemic and the prevalence of natural disasters, has seen vicarious trauma emerge in many different sectors. We are now seeing workers being constantly exposed to other people’s stress and anxiety, grief, loss, and trauma.May 20, 2022
Figuring out our own positive strategies (“our emergency relief kit”) to readily draw upon during tough times can boost our wellbeing and circuit break a downward spiralMay 11, 2022
As hybrid work arrangements become the norm, how then can organisations ensure that their most important asset- their people – stay well, not just physically, but psychologically as well?May 5, 2022