Spring-Summer issue of Careering explores corporate career development

The theme of the Spring-Summer 2015 issue of Careering magazine is “Career Development in Organizations” and is full of articles exploring career issues in the corporate world: Corporate Career Development: Art Meets Science, by Bill Huffaker Career Development in Organizations: A Lost or an Emerging Opportunity? by Deirdre A. Pickerell and Roberta A. Neault When…

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Winter issue of Careering goes Global

The theme of the Winter 2015 issue of Careering magazine is “Global Careers,” and is full of articles that will help you and your clients explore international opportunities: How Can Young Professionals Find International Jobs?, by Jean-Marc Hachey International Careerists: Who works across borders and why?, by Roberta Neault Lessons Learned from Working and Living…

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Career Theories and Models at Work: Ideas for Practice – Now available!

Expected to inform the practice of career development professionals around the globe, CERIC’s new Career Theories and Models at Work book is launching today at the Cannexus conference and available for purchase online now. This international collection, edited by Nancy Arthur (University of Calgary), Roberta Neault (Life Strategies) and Mary McMahon (University of Queensland) features…

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New book on how career theory informs practice to launch in January

CERIC will publish an edited international collection of contemporary and emerging career development theories and models from 60 leading career researchers and practitioners in January. The book, Career Theories and Models at Work: Ideas for Practice, is edited by Dr Nancy Arthur (University of Calgary), Dr Roberta Neault (Life Strategies) and Dr Mary McMahon (The…

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2020

CERIC to publish French edition of popular Career Theories and Models at Work book

Career Theories and Models at Work: Ideas for Practice, edited by Nancy Arthur (University of South Australia), Roberta Neault (Life Strategies) and Mary McMahon (University of Queensland) and published by CERIC, has gained popularity across Canada and beyond, generating interest from career development professors, researchers and practitioners around the world. For the past few months,…

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2019

An expanding Cannexus19 hosted a pan-Canadian dialogue on career and workforce development

More than 1,200 delegates from across the country and beyond converged in Ottawa from January 28-30 for the Cannexus19 National Career Development Conference, exploring the disruption that is changing how we define work, find jobs, develop skills and succeed in the labour market. Conference highlights included: Three thought-provoking keynote speakers: MacEwan University President Deborah Saucier…

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How to engage in ethical advocacy work in career development

When encouraging client self-advocacy or advocating on a client’s behalf, it is vital that career professionals be aware of ethical considerations such as informed consent Andrew Bassingthwaighte While career development practitioners (CDPs) help clients navigate their career journeys, often we are also called upon to help these individuals deal with other issues that may impede…

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