Andy Chan, Vice President for Personal and Career Development, Wake Forest University – Andy Chan’s talk asserted that the typical “career services” offered at most colleges needs to die. It simply doesn’t address the dynamics of today’s world and students’ needs.
Video tutorial on the use of abilities assessment test for career professionals.
Lisa Kramer, campus recruiting lead for Accenture and winner of TalentEgg’s 2012 Campus Recruiter of the Year award, talks about how Accenture uses social media for campus recruitment. Tactics include announcing on-campus events and conducting online focus groups.
Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success.
AusCareerWeek is the YouTube Channel for the “Get the life you love” Campaign (including National Career Development Week). All videos featured here have been developed by the “Get the life you love” Team and focus on career development and motivation. The Campaign is an initiative of the Career Industry Council of Australia.
What are the emerging trends shaping today’s workforce? What role should employers play? And what is the future of workplace health? A key factor that is driving change in workplaces today is the growing demographic of millennial workers. Born in an era immersed in technology, globalization and instant communication, the expectations of millennials and their outlook on the workplace greatly differs from preceding generations. This talk will explore the rising trends in workplace health, the needs and expectations of millennials, the vision of workplaces in 2020 and how employers can build a strategy to support a best practice approach.
Employing 21st century career management skills is essential for employees and managers alike to develop talent, support advancement and link career development to employee engagement. Learn new, evidence-based methods and tools to reimagine a workplace that supports the career development of all employees of all ages and cultures. Mark Franklin is the practice leader of CareerCycles, co-founder of One Life Tools and host of the Career Buzz radio show. He’s interviewed hundreds of guests about insights and turning points in their career stories. He received the Stu Conger Award for Leadership in Career Development. Mark’s career management insights have appeared in The Globe and Mail, National Post, Global News and Toronto Star.
Ellis Chase explains how to effectively demonstrate your skills (not just list them) during an interview.
Is Canada’s education system properly preparing students for the 21st century job market? What can employers and educators do to help young Canadians find meaningful, rewarding careers?
This video by Lemay Media and Millier Dickinson Blais digs deeper into the need for a Canadian national workforce strategy. Trudy Parsons blogged about this issue in her post “The Iceberg Dilemma“.