Dr Ryan Duffy is in New Zealand for one event only following his Key Note Speech at the Career Development Association of Australia’s national conference. This half day presentation is aimed at career professionals, educators, HR professionals and others interested in life long career development.
Due to well-established work and well-being benefits many individuals seek to find and live a career calling. Drawing on research Dr Ryan Duffy will discuss how people do find their calling. He will then introduce strategies to help individuals enact their calling, and to help practitioners to work effectively with clients who seek to find or live out a calling. Finally, he will explore the potential “dark side” of a calling and offer tactics to avoid this path.
Dr Ryan Duffy
Dr. Ryan Duffy is a University of Florida Research Foundation Professor in the Department of Psychology. He is an internationally recognized leader in the study of two main areas - work as a calling and the psychology of working.
To date Ryan has published over 90 peer reviewed journal articles, many of which have appeared in counseling and vocational psychology's top tier journals including the Journal of Counseling Psychology (JCP), The Counseling Psychologist (TCP), and the Journal of Vocational Behavior (JVB). Ryan is also part of project teams which have received over $4 million in grant funding on topics relating to career development from agencies such as the National Institutes of Health and Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. Finally, Ryan is an editorial board member of JVB, JCP, the Journal of Career Assessment, and the Career Development Quarterly
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