Alberta Career Development Practitioner Ann Nakaska recently served as Guest Editor on the Summer 2021 Edition of the Career Planning & Adult Development Network Journal. The Managing Editor of the Journal, Stephen Beasley, passed away on July 3, 2021, and the issue is dedicated to his memory. The theme of the issue is "How we will work in the Future", and there is free access to this issue through this link. The text of her original Facebook post is included below. Other articles by Ann are available on LinkedIn.
Here is a list of the chapter titles and authors by section:
INTRODUCTION & OVERVIEW
IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON THE WORKPLACE
WORKING IN THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
HOW CAREER PRACTITIONERS WILL WORK IN THE FUTURE
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How We Will Work in the Future
by Ann Nakaska - introduction published on Facebook 2021-07-25
A year and a half ago I shared my NCDA conference article Imagination, Innovation and Career Opportunities of the Future on LinkedIn and the rest as they say is history. A wonderful man by the name of Steven Beasley contacted me and asked if I would like to co-edit a journal on How We Will Work in the Future.
Joy and Sorrow. I am over the moon excited to say that the journal is complete and has been launched out into the world. I am so honoured beyond words to have been given this amazing apportunity.
Sadly Steven passed away on July 3, 2021. What a legacy this man left behind and this journal is just one small part of it. Steven had an impressive career and was the managing editor for the Career Planning and Adult Development Journal for 20 years. This issue of the journal is dedicated to Steven. While he did not get to see the final version of the journal, he did get to see the a very rough draft. I know he would be proud.
I promised Steven I would complete the journal and make sure the journal was published. Many thanks to Richard Knowdell and Rich Feller Ph.D. who without their help, this journal would never have become a reality.
Many thanks to all the authors who contibuted a wealth of forward thinking information to help career practitioners guide their clients into the future workplace including
Also special thanks to my technical writer/editor Susan Lorimer who put the spit and polish on our work and to Rebecca Ung and Dante Luu who took all our articles and created the amazing journal we see today.
Link to download Issue:https://files.ctctusercontent.com/.../4ffe3e3a-9252-46b4...
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Roberta Borgen was recently recognized by BCCDA as their 2021 Career Development Practitioner of the Year. She wrote a book entitled Career Development for Diverse Clients: Beyond the Basics. A companion page has been set up to complement this resource if you are reading along.
Added links to more cool CERIC material
It would be interesting to provide more information about different career development theories and research. A link to some CERIC resources has been added here off the Cool Stuff page.
Journal of Employment Counseling - "Thoughts on Theories" article (Dec 2011 Vol 48 No 4)
download link is available here: www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas/by-subject2/vistas-education-and-supervision/docs/default-source/vistas/thoughts-on-theories
direct link to paper here
Researchgate link to 49 page excerpt - www.researchgate.net/publication/264467040_Career_engagement_Bridging_career_counseling_and_employee_engagement
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