Career Development Association of New Zealand


2014 CDANZ Research Symposium

The following papers and speakers notes were produced for the November 2014 CDANZ National Symposium. We gratefully acknowledge AUT Business School as the major sponsor of the 2014 National Symposium.

Papers are listed by author's name. 

Robyn Bailey & Michael Richardson: Chance, Happenstance, Serendipity: a ‘how to’ workshop

Sue Blair: The Neuroscience of Personality

Sarah Bond: Going Social

Lee Brodie & Judi Clement: A Case Study of the Chiefs Rugby Club Career Development Programme

Heather Carpenter & Glenys Ker: Identity, learning and growing professional identity

Pat Cody: Who were they? What did they come for? And what more did they want?

Melanie Cooke: Career Competency Self-assessment

Dale Furbish: Career Engagement of New Zealand Career Development Practitioners

  • Dale Furbish: Paper for Career Engagement of New Zealand Career Development Practitioners

Tui Needham: Exploring the perspectives of Maori university students on the use of social networking sites (SNS's) for job search and career development

  • Tui Needham Research paper: Reflecting on Professional Practice Project

Fran Parkin & Sue Mortlock: Ethics and personal identity in the changing world of work

Lynette Reid: “If I only knew then what I know now”: A retrospective view of retired cricket players on career transitions and plans

Andrew Rimington: Improving the Employability of Mature Aged Workers: An Australian Experience

Mohini Sukhapure: Career Crafting: The key to creating an Identity for Personal Success

Andrew Tui: Do you Tweet, Like, Share or Pin?

  • Andrew Tui: Research Paper Do you Tweet, Like, Share or Pin?

Richard Vernall: Integrating Lives, Shaping Society: Implications for Career Professionals Engaging With Youth With Mental Health Disorders

Julie Thomas & the Professionalism Working Group session from the AGM

Symposium & AGM impressions: images taken by Sarah Bond, to the soundtrack of Te Wharenui He Mohiotanga by Teriu Lemon, produced as an mp4 by Sam Young can be viewed here