BA (Hons), C. Psychol.
Dik Gregory is a BPS Chartered Psychologist with extensive experience in both Government and commercial sectors. He has published journal articles and book chapters on the use of advanced technology for training and operational support. From 1978, Dik worked for the UK's Civil Service for ten years, which included over three years overseas as an exchange scientist. On his return to the UK in 1986, he was promoted to Principal Psychologist (Grade 7), and appointed as Deputy Superintendent of the Applied Psychology Unit at Teddington.
Dik left the Civil Service in 1988 to work in the commercial sector. For over 25 years he has been a Director of his own company, providing human factors and organisational consultancy to business and Government. He has been the principal investigator on a wide variety of safety-critical projects, all aimed at creating clear guidance and practical support for decision makers working under increasing demands for greater resilience within complex systems. Among his many clients, Dik has wide experience of the rail, air traffic control and maritime sectors, for which he has written ground-breaking guidance on human behaviour for everyday use in operational settings.