As a follow up to his popular keynote at Cannexus21, Canada’s Career Development Conference, renowned professor, Dr. Kris Magnusson, will be offering a free webinar to further explore the dynamic interplay between feeling, thinking and doing, how those processes are expressed by clients, and how career practitioners can intentionally use these processes to improve results for clients.
Who Should Attend
Those working in career advising, employment services and guidance counselling. Others in the broader career development system including educators and policymakers will also benefit.
Whether or not you were one of our 2,300 attendees at Cannexus, all are welcome to this free online event.
You can watch (or rewatch) Kris’s Cannexus keynote and Q&A with Tony Botelho, Director, Career & Volunteer Services at Simon Fraser University (50 minutes) in advance.
For too long, the work of career helpers has focused on helping clients acquire information and then using it to make sound occupational choices. It is not that these strategies are wrong; it is just that for many clients, other issues often have to be addressed before such “cognitive” strategies will work.
Kris will continue to discuss how the traditional view on career helping and career counselling as a cognitive process has been dominating funders’ perspective on career services provision. And, he will address how service providers can recognize the powerful role of emotions in helping clients navigate increasingly complex and unique career challenges.
Join Kris to discuss strategies that career development practitioners can use to harness the power of perception and emotion in their everyday practice. He will address the questions he wasn’t able to get to during his keynote and provide time for further discussion.
Dr. Kris Magnusson recently completed two terms as Dean of the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University, and in 2019 returned to faculty life as a Professor. During his time as Dean, he also served two terms as the Chair of the Association of BC Deans of Education, was co-chair of the BC Advisory Group on Provincial Assessment, led the development of the ACDE Accord on Internationalization in Education, and was co-chair of the SFU Aboriginal Reconciliation Council. Kris’s academic work is in the area of counselling psychology and career development. He was the recipient of the Province of Alberta Career Development Award of Excellence and the 2006 recipient of the Stu Conger Award for Leadership in Career Development. Kris is also a co-founder of the Canadian Research Working Group for Evidence-based Practice. Prior to joining SFU, Kris was a junior high school teacher, a college counsellor, and a faculty member in counselling psychology at the Universities of Calgary and Lethbridge.