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CATE Conference 2019

CATE Conference 2019

CDANZ National Executive Committee member Ronica Sami shares her experience of the 2018 CATE Conference: Inspiration to Innovation.  From Tuesday 13 November to Thursday 15 November I had the pleasure of attending the 2018 CATE conference at the Sky City Conference Centre, Auckland. The… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 12 Dec 2018

Socially just practice: Making sense and moving forward

Socially just practice: Making sense and moving forward

This article will consider some key challenges for career development arising from changed and changing social contexts. What do we mean when we talk about social justice from a career development perspective? What can realistically be achieved? What might be some of the implications for… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 03 Dec 2018

The infinite game of life: An invitation to play

The infinite game of life: An invitation to play

The basic premise is that in life there are at least two kinds of games: the infinite game and finite games. The purpose of the infinite game is to keep our deepest values in play and invite others in; finite games are the rules, structures, goals and hierarchies by which we organise ourselves…. Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 03 Dec 2018

Career guidance, equity and social justice

Career guidance, equity and social justice

This article is a summary of the interview between CDANZ National Development Manager Lauren Hughes and Professor Ronald G. Sultana, World Tableau guest at the CDANZ National Symposium 2018.   In European and international policy documents, some of which you have authored or… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 07 Nov 2018

Why kindness?

Why kindness?

In 1929, author J.M. Barrie suggested that a new rule for life be that we always try to be a little kinder than is necessary. As a career practitioner, how often do you explicitly aim to offer kindness within a career counselling session? This article explores the value of embedding kindness in… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 07 Nov 2018

Social justice and women's careers

Social justice and women's careers

There are some exciting trends in women’s careers. However, gender  discrimination still shapes the kinds of career outcomes experienced by women.  In terms of women’s careers, there have been some exciting trends worth celebrating. We see more women engaging in tertiary education and… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 07 Nov 2018

Who is responsible for Resilience at Work?

Who is responsible for Resilience at Work?

As a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD) let me begin by clearly saying that I am totally, utterly and completely supportive of the requirement for workplaces to take wellbeing and resilience very seriously. Our growing interest and concern in stress… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 07 Nov 2018

Going solo

Going solo

CDANZ professional members Rachael Bryant and Grant Verhoeven reflect on their first year in private practice.   How did you come to work in career development? Rachael: I’ve always had an interest in careers, having completed a degree in Education and spent my career in Human… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 07 Nov 2018