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Hope-Action Theory: in Action
Hope is much more than a good feeling, it is connected to active strategies including implementation and adaptation. In this webinar, we will be focusing on this active component and the need for adaptation and pivoting when circumstances change. We live in an age of paradox that calls for increased flexibility and a shift towards positive uncertainty, planned happenstance, and chaos. Life and career do not move in straight lines and there is often a need for re-assessment, pulling back, and movement in new directions. In making these changes we respond to challenges but the outcomes still can be uncertain.

The hope-action pinwheel can spin through implementation and adaptation and on occasion draw us back to other components of the hope-action model. There can be a need for further self-reflection, perhaps renewed self clarification, altered visioning and a need to reset goals/planning strategies, and implement new actions.

In this session, we will be addressing both theory and practice and will be providing case examples and strategies for adaptation and dealing with change.


Professional Standards Competency - Career Development Theory

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Australia

Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, ACT - 12:00
South Australia, Northern Territory - 11:30
Western Australia - 10:00

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Jun 10, 2021 12:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Dr Norman Amundson
Professor Emeritus @University of British Columbia
Norm has given numerous workshops and has been a keynote speaker at many national and international conferences. In his writings, he emphasizes the importance of creativity, imagination, cultural awareness, positive affirmation, hope, and active engagement. He has authored many publications including a 2018 anniversary edition of his award-winning book, “Active Engagement”. Dr Amundson is currently working on several projects applying his active engagement approach to the current unemployment crisis. He has received many national and international awards for his work including an honorary doctorate degree from the University of Umea, Sweden.
Dr Spencer Niles
Professor of counselor education and co-director of the THRIVE Research and Intervention Center @William & Mary School of Education
Spencer served as dean of the William & Mary School of Education from 2013-2020. Prior to William & Mary, he was a distinguished professor and department head for Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education at Pennsylvania State University. He also served as director of the Center for the Study of Career Development and Public Policy at Penn State. Dr. Niles served as the president of the National Career Development Association (NCDA) and received the organization's Eminent Career Award. He has been named an American Counseling Association (ACA) Fellow and received the ACA's Thomas Hohenshil National Publication Award, Thomas Sweeney Visionary Leadership and Advocacy Award, and President's Award. He served as Editor for The Career Development Quarterly and the Journal of Counseling & Development and currently serves on numerous journal editorial boards. He has published over 140 articles and over 150 presentations at national and international conferences.
Andrea Fruhling
Founder of Doubleknot Works, Executive Director of the Hope-Action Group
Andrea is a Certified Organizational Coach (UBC), founder of Doubleknot Works, executive director of the Hope-Action Group, and mentor coach/instructor for the Organizational Coaching program at the University of British Columbia. In addition to a private coaching practice, Andrea develops and delivers blended learning courses for career practitioners and organizations all over the world, helping them find more creatively impactful ways to work with clients. Andrea’s work is practical and engaging with a focus on creativity, active, strengths-based learning, team engagement, and hope. In response to the Covid-19 unemployment crisis, Andrea joined an elite panel of career development professionals to provide content for Hope Central, a holistic system developed by Kuder, providing resources for displaced workers and the workforce development professionals supporting them.