Neha Arora-Nagaich

Head of People and Culture

About Me

As an organisational psychologist, I use evidence-based practice every day to support leaders and team members at Berwick Clyde Vet to create cultures where they can thrive and be their very best.

My Passion, Purpose & Motivation

I believe in the potential of every individual to be their very best at work. I also believe that organisations have the potential to create the culture that allows people opportunities to be their very best.  Everyday, I work towards the goal of helping individuals, leaders and teams to realise and work towards this infinite potential.

Research and our experience has shown that this is possible in people-focused cultures,  where people feel valued for who they are, challenged and supported in their growth and motivated to strive towards their purpose.

At Berwick Clyde Vet, we are committed to providing our team members the culture and environment they need to thrive and flourish, so that they can provide our clients and their furry family the highest quality service.

My Qualifications & Experience

I have experience working in development of people and organisations, across a range of industries including – banking, retail, energy, government, human health and animal health.

I am a registered psychologist with AHPRA, and my formal training and qualifications include:

  • Master of Organisational Psychology, Monash University
  • Certified Coach (Level 1), Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership
  • Accreditations in a variety of Psychological Tests used for recruitment, personality assessment, coaching and team development

My Family & Hobbies

I am grateful I get to be a parent to two daughters, three greyhounds and a king pigeon, and I am constantly amazed by their ever-growing capabilities and evolving personalities.

When I’m not working, I love learning more about how I can improve the work I do. Perfect wind-downs include spending quality time with family, friends, and pets, reading, mindfulness practice and finding new nature tracks to explore.

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