Jacques is an expert organisational behaviorist, specialising in people metrics and human capital efficiencies
An area of his directorship for AssessmenWorld, is to involve himself in research and publishing in the field of psychology, specifically psychometrics and human capital measurement
Jacques is the co-director of AssessmentWorld Pty Ltd, developer and distribution of psychometrics/competency/performance appraisal solutions to corporates, both in the off-line and online environments
As director of AssessmentWorld Pty Ltd, Jacques also leads the IOPHS, which researches, measures, and consults on occupational psychological health and safety in the workplace.
For the past 10 years Jacques has been involved in facilitating and consulting in the area of corporate governance
Jacques has 26 years experience in both psychology practice and management consulting. He offers online coaching and counselling in a variety of human behaviour areas, such as management, leadership, personal development, and others.
Jacques is a founding member and secretary for IDDVET.
AssessmentWorld Pty Ltd, of which Jacques is a director, provides the public with various psychometric assessments for self-discovery. Visit: www.assessmentworld.co.za/aw5_public
Jacques created a Road Behaviour Profiler assessment instrument, which assesses various areas of road behaviour, e.g. Road Age Proneness; Road Use Values & Motives; Information Processing, etc.
Male wellness is vital for the gender to thrive in a tough world. Men suffer from various 'un'well symptoms, such as physical and psychological. Based on his book: "The Incredibly Sensitive Male Mental Penis', Jacques developed this index for men to gain insight into their own wellness functioning.
Linked to his interpersonal ethics book, "Why some rats will never be good at playing cards", Jacques developed an assessment instrument on personal integrity. Take the test at AssessmentWorld's public site - www.assessmentworld.co.za/aw5_public
Jacques developed the Adolescent Psychological Wellbeing Index Questionnare (AdPWIQ), which assesses seventeen areas of adolescent psychological wellbeing, such as stress, depression, self-mutilation, relationships and cynicism.