Career Development: How Theory Can Inform Your Practice

On Thursday, January 26, 2017 | 8:45-11am

Presentation: How does career development theory inform your approach to supporting clients facing decisions and changes at work? Career transitions provide the opportunity to develop self-awareness, make decisions, be resilient to change and practice new skills. Career development theories provide a framework to guide your work so that you can identify strategies, be purposeful in your practice, and ultimately answer the question of why you do what you do. During this interactive session, learn about four current career development theories and how these approaches can guide you in conversations with clients.

Presenter: Sally Halliday, MA, RCC, CCC, is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who holds an MA in Counselling Psychology and additional training in Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Organizational coaching, and career development. She brings her passion for teaching into curriculum development and group facilitation for various audiences and a range of topics including emotional intelligence, interpersonal communication skills in the workplace, group dynamics, and personality assessments. As a former program leader at UBC Continuing Studies, Sally worked collaboratively in the development and delivery of such programs as the UBC Certificate in Organizational Coaching and the UBC Certificate in Peer Counselling.

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