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Career Development Research into Practice
Career Development research can be based on, reflective of, and extend practice. This webinar features four short presentations designed to stimulate discussion and reflection on career research and its relationship to practice.

By engaging with research, components of delivery and approach can be evaluated, and a virtuous cycle of improvement established. We can improve and develop practice by being part of research conversations, gaining insights and sharing knowledge.

Research-engaged practice aims to improve outcomes, understand environmental impacts, enhance career satisfaction, challenge barriers, and provide evidence for domestic and international benchmarking.


Professor Nancy Arthur - University of South Australia
Dr Heather Carpenter - Career and Education Specialist
Professor Joanne Earl - Macquarie University
Dr Lynette Reid - Auckland University of Technology

Professor Arthur’s research focuses on how professionals respond to global forces in the work environment and how professionals incorporate diversity and social justice into their shifting roles and responsibilities in our global society.

Dr Carpenter’s research interests have included career decision-making, identity, older workers, and 21st-century skills; most recently, the relationship between learning pathways and the enhancement of professional identity.

Professor Earl’s program of research focuses on developing solutions to improve pre and post-retirement planning at both the individual and organizational level, along with identifying predictors of retirement adjustment for retirees.

Dr Reid’s research focuses on careers from a Māori worldview and challenging those in the field of careers to consider lived realities that are not being recognised in theories and practices.

Nov 15, 2022 02:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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