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Lucky Me

Lucky Me

‘Practitioner, heal thyself’ was muttered endlessly at the end of last year.   It was only natural after twenty-two years as a career practitioner facing my own ‘self-chosen’ redundancy. I related more to my clients’ situations as they now became mine.  Gritty emotions of frustration and… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 22 Mar 2019

What’s My Type? Myers-Briggs Typology

What’s My Type? Myers-Briggs Typology

Individuals and organisations have been using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) for over sixty years in areas such as careers, coaching, team building, workplaces, education, spirituality, relationships and communication. The MBTI is a psychologically validated tool devised by two American… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 22 Mar 2019

DOTS Model by Law and Watts

DOTS Model by Law and Watts

In 1977, Law and Watts had a book on career guidance published, Schools, Careers and Community: A study of some approaches to careers education in schools , which detailed their now famous DOTS model. Each letter represents one of four key aspects which collectively lead to employability… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 07 Feb 2019

I am a STAR

I am a STAR

Pratishtha loves finding innovative ways to help her clients believe in themselves. In this article she introduces a simple yet powerful framework, mixing her real life experiences with coaching to transform thinking patterns with the client. Read more…

Category: Article reviews

Date: 07 Feb 2019

NAGCAS Conference 2018

NAGCAS Conference 2018

From November 28 to 30 2018 I was fortunate to attend and present at the NAGCAS conference held at the Queensland University of Technology’s Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane in their high tech Science and Engineering Centre. This centre houses The Cube which has one of the world’s largest… Read more

Category: Article reviews

Date: 06 Feb 2019

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

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: 03 Dec 2018