SACS is here to help you achieve your goals. Our role is to understand (or even help you develop) a clear idea of where you want to be, and then help you get there.
We do this by drawing on the world of research (particularly organisational psychology and neuroscience) to give you evidence-based methods that help you maximise your organisation’s strengths. All of our services are underpinned by science – we don’t rely on tradition, belief, or personal preference. At SACS, if we can’t back it with empirical evidence,we don’t recommend it.
We have developed our services around three concepts:
The science of recruitment is all about best practice in attracting and selecting candidates so that every hire improves the culture and skill set of your organisation. It will also help you to avoid hiring difficult, negative or emotionally unstable people.
The science of individual development is based on optimising the performance of a specific person you have on board. This includes assessment of their strengths and development needs and then providing coaching and development activities that will maximise their growth.
The science of group and organisational development involves methods that will help groups maximise their positive behaviours, minimise their negative behaviours and act with clarity of purpose and cohesion. Research findings from neuroscience and positive psychology have been extremely beneficial in this area and have revolutionised approaches in
areas such as change management.
We undertake to do the greatest good to the greatest number of people in each project in which we participate. From a technical point of view we subscribe to and abide by the Australian Psychological Society’s code of ethics, but it is the first sentence which underpins the spirit of ethics at SACS.
SACS Consulting is committed to continuously ensure that it engages fairly and equitably with all its staff and other stakeholders, whether male or female, in a positive, respectful and constructive manner.
SACS Gender Equality Policy aims to establish a set of policy principles to ensure the organisation and its members are aligned in valuing and exhibiting principles of fairness and equity, which lead to the provision of equal opportunities, rights and benefits to all men and women and to eliminate gender-based impacts on any of its activities.