Information for Career Professionals
Below are a few of the resources that I regularly use to support my work with clients.
The Career Planning and Adult Development Network
The Career Planning and Adult Development Network is a non profit organization that provides training, a newsletter, a quarterly journal for career development practitioners, and access to career and work life assessment resources.
Career Directors International
Career Directors International, described as “the career professional’s one-stop solution,” is a professional organization representing career professionals internationally.
National Career Development Association
The National Career Development Association is a division of the American
Counseling Association. Check out their website for a range of resources,
including conference information, web magazine Career Convergence
a career bookstore, and information about training opportunities.
The International Coach Federation
This is a major professional organization and credentialing body for coaches worldwide. Members have access to a wide range of resources including a special interest group for career coaches that meets regularly for professional development purposes.
The Job Loss Recovery Program
The Job Loss Recovery Program, developed by Dr Lyn Joseph, is a scientifically proven program to help individuals get back to work more quickly by learning effective ways to manage the stress of job loss, develop resilience, and regain confidence.
Strengths Assessment: realise2
Realise 2 is a world leading strengths assessment tool. An individualized client profile is based on an assessment of 60 distinct strengths. Knowing and using your strengths results in increased energy and engagement, greater happiness, and better performance.