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Vic Henderson Agutter BSc, MSc, CPsychol, AFBPsS

Vic is a chartered occupational psychologist with a passion for bringing psychology to life in the workplace. Her primary areas of expertise are selection, assessment, coaching, management and leadership development and psychometrics. Vic has worked for leading consultancies as well as operating as an internal HR/OD/L&D consultant for AVIVA prior to becoming freelance in 2003. In her varied career, Vic has managed and implemented a range of operational and strategic HR projects including harmonization through merger, organisational design/re-organisation, change management, strategic resourcing, talent management, role profiling and competency development, job evaluation, assessment and development process and policy. She has extensive experience in psychometrics, team facilitation, coaching, 360 and management and leadership development. Her interventions have benefitted organisations by enhancing engagement/morale, generating responsibility and an appetite for action and ensuring that leaders possess and demonstrate the necessary skills to build and sustain high performance environments through turbulent times.

Vic attained an MSc in Occupational Psychology (with Distinction) from the University of Nottingham. She is an associate fellow of the Division of Occupational Psychology within the British Psychological Society (BPS) and was awarded chartered status in 2000. She holds her Level A and Level B Certificates in Occupational Testing and is trained to use a number of psychometrics including OPQ, Wave, Hogan, NEO, MQ, MBTI and 360 instruments. Since becoming a chartered psychologist Vic has broadened her background by completing a Certificate in Counselling and a postgraduate diploma in Applied Forensic Psychology.

 

 
  • London - Bryn Davies
  • South - Simon Watkins
  • North - Vic Henderson Agutter
  • West - Clare Amos
  • Home Counties - Colin Barnes
  • London - Patrick Gibbons
  • London - Anne Owen
  • North - Neil Thomson
  • West - Sue Mandiwall
  • North - Mark Wilcox
  • South - Karen Janman