Erin Hegerty

Senior Consultant

Erin Hegerty

Senior Consultant
Bachelor of Psychology, Griffith University; Psychology Honours (First Class), Griffith University

Erin is a seasoned consultant and facilitator with an Honours degree in psychology. Her research thesis focused on how leadership styles and the role of after-work recovery impact employee growth and engagement. As such, Erin is passionate about neuroscience and applying the principles of positive psychology to empower, educate and improve the wellbeing of every individual, team and organisation she works with. 

Erin started her career working extensively with high risk industries across Australia and New Zealand, including mining, construction and utilities. Her role was to predominantly provide psychology-based safety training as well as mental health and leadership training to employees at all levels. Often Erin would work closely with emergency response teams to build their understanding of attentional challenges, cognitive risk factors and how they can improve their wellbeing, stress management and resilience in a hazardous environment. As a part of this work Erin oversaw and conducted large assessments of organisation safety climate, through running focus-groups, analysing trends and reporting back to key stakeholders. Erin has also had extensive experience providing resilience assessments to frontline and leadership staff and works with employees to understand their resilience results and coaches them to develop personal wellbeing action plans. Currently, Erin works with a range of industries and organisations in Brisbane to help them identify and achieve strategic wellbeing and resilience goals.

Erin is passionate about helping people achieve safety and satisfaction in the work they do. Her ability to connect with individuals from any walk of life and to identify relevant and practical strategies for self-care, has played a key role in the success of her projects.