Course Category: Recorded Webinar

Implementing Hope-Action Theory for Pandemic Career Recovery

Hope and optimism have been demonstrated as significant predictors of career success, academic and task performance, illness recovery, and job satisfaction. Yet, in the midst of a pandemic, many people have lost hope and a vision for their futures. By using Hope-Action Theory, career development professionals can assist individuals to get their careers back on …

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The Whispering Warriors: Techniques for Helping Introverts with Career Success in an Extroverted World

Webinar Description: In today’s fast-paced, unstable workplace, achieving success requires speaking up, promoting yourself and your ideas, and taking initiative. Introverts often feel they are at a disadvantage in an environment dominated by extroverts, and don’t realize how they can use their introverted qualities to their best advantage for career success. Career practitioners often don’t …

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Advocating for Social Justice in Our Career Practice

Webinar Description: Social justice problems permeate our society. Specifically for career professionals, these problems include higher than average unemployment rates for marginalized individuals, hiring, firing, evaluating, and promoting decisions, harassment (sexual, racial, cultural, religious), and salary discrimination. Career professionals are needed to help clients prepare for injustices they may encounter, support clients on career decisions …

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Behind the Mask: Understanding and Helping Individuals with Invisible Disabilities

Webinar Description: “You don’t look disabled.” “You look fine.” Invisible disabilities sometimes, or always, limit daily activities, range from mild to severe, and vary from person to person. Because of this, people with invisible disabilities can feel stigmatized because of the health issues they have, but also because they “don’t look disabled.” Drawing on research …

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How to Identify and Avoid Scams in the Job Hunt

Susan P. Joyce is the owner and editor of two of the Forbes’ Top 100 Websites for Your Career, Job-Hunt.org (since 1998) and WorkCoachCafe.com (since 2011). Building on her experience in military intelligence (United States Marine Corps), Human Resources (Harvard University), and information technology (Digital Equipment Corporation), Susan began studying, writing, teaching, and speaking about the …

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Schlossberg’s Career Transition Theory with a Twist: Turning Transition into Triumph

Dr. Susan R. Barclay, LPC, NCC is an assistant professor in the Department of Leadership Studies at the University of Central Arkansas (UCA), where she coordinates and teaches across the College Student Personnel Services and Administration (CSPA) graduate program. In addition, Susan teaches in the School Counseling graduate program and the Leadership Studies doctoral program at …

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How to Create a Resume that Beats the ATS Barriers

Resume Writer (CFRW), Master Career Director (MCD), Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW), Certified Master Resume Writer (CMRW), Certified Electronic Career Coach (CECC), Job and Career Transition Coach (JCTC), Entrepreneur Coach, and 360 Reach Branding Specialist, Robin Schlinger has been coaching clients and adding value to Federal and Civilian resumes and other career marketing documents which get her …

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Networking for Introverts: Tips and Techniques for Career Counselors

Wendy LaBenne, NCC, MCC has worked in the career development field over 10 years and currently serves as a Workforce Development Coordinator in the College for Public Health and Social Justice at Saint Louis University (SLU). Wendy is an active member of the National Career Development Association (NCDA). She was selected participate in the association’s Leadership …

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Counseling Clients Through Work Traumas and Unexpected Career Transitions

Jennifer Del Corso, Ph.D., is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice and Lecturer at Old Dominion University where she teaches career counseling and development to student athletes and masters in counseling students. Jennifer consults with professional and collegiate football players working through career transition; and has published and presented extensively nationally and internationally in the …

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