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Spring-Summer 2015





Spring-Summer 2015 issue: Career Development in the Workplace

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Editor’s Note

Career Briefs

10 QUESTIONS: Mark Franklin

Calendar of Events

French version of Careering / Version française de Careering


Corporate Career Development: Art Meets Science

General Motors’ head of career development shares his organization’s best practices

By Bill Huffaker


Career Development in Organizations: A Lost or an Emerging Opportunity?

Key insights for career professionals who want to get involved in corporate career development

By Deirdre A. Pickerell and Roberta A. Neault


When Employees Win, Organizations Win

Advice on improving employee engagement, from an organization that takes career development seriously

By John Horn


Selling Career Professionals

What can we do to help Canadians understand the value of career services?

By Jaime Watt

Related: Half of Canadians wish they had sought more career planning advice, survey finds


An Optimist Goes Job Seeking

Helping your clients find work can be as simple (or as complicated) as protecting them from themselves

By Lisa Sansom


Beyond the Career Myth: Career Crafting the Decade After High School

Practical advice on successfully navigating the tumultuous transition from school to work

By Cathy Campbell


What Career Development Looks Like in the Canadian Workplace

CERIC’s Environics Survey finds differences in employer views by region, location and business size

By Mario R. Gravelle

Read also: Career Development in Organizations: Community Voices


Helping University Students Find Their Way with Major Maps

New accessible online career tool for help with program and career decisions

By Miguel Hahn


Road to Employment: Advice for Youth that Just Makes Sense

What made two perfectly employable 20-somethings quit their jobs and live on the open road?

By Rebecca McCarthy


The Sound of Silence

Silence can be an effective tool for both leaders and counsellors

By Renee Gendron


The theme for the next issue of Careering magazine (Fall 2015) will be Soft Skills and Intergenerational Issues. If you are interested in submitting an article, note that the final version of all articles must be received by July 24, 2015. Please note our submission guidelines and send your article to:

Views expressed by contributors are not necessarily those of ContactPoint and CERIC. Mention of programs, services, products and initiatives is not an endorsement of these items.


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