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Meet Iqaluit-Based CPC Member Alexandre Farmer

By Cathy Milton. Alexandre Farmer lives and works in one of the most spectacularly beautiful and unique capital cities in Canada: Iqaluit, in the territory of Nunavut. He is a Career Development Advisor (ᐃᖅᑲᓇᐃᔮᖅᑖᖅᐸᓪᓕᐊᓇᓱᐊᖅᑐᓕᕆᔨ in Inuktitut) at Nunavut Arctic College. I had the pleasure of meeting Alex in January this year when we attended a…

How to Squeeze Even More Value From Your CPC Membership

By Maureen McCann. Have you ever wondered how to make better use of the tools and resources CPC membership provides? Do you want to take full advantage of the resources, tools, and tips that are available but can’t quite figure out where to start? Here’s what I did. Volunteer CPC used to host orientation calls…

Client Confidentiality in the Canadian Careers Sector

By Maureen Farmer. Without a doubt, serving as a career professional is rewarding; helping people win a promotion, get a new job, or change careers is the pinnacle of success. In performing this vital work, you are trusted with important information, which you must keep confidential. As a business owner and career professional, I have noticed a phenomenon…

Work your way towards your CDP and CCDP with your Ethics and Theory courses

By Maureen McCann. This fall, I took Career Professionals of Canada’s (CPC) Career Development Practitioner (CDP) Courses. I was looking for a way to dive-deep into Canadian career development practices.  I participated in both the Career Development Ethics & Standards (CDP-01) and Career Development Theory, Models & Practices (CDP-02) programs. Both courses offered rich Canadian-specific…

Why Ethics are Crucial to Delivering Career Services in Today’s Market

By Lori Jazvac. Have you ever found yourself in a perplexing situation where you had to choose between your client’s interests and your professionalism and integrity? In fact, you may have been faced with a few different potential choices and asked yourself, “Am I making the right choice in this particular situation?” and, “How will…

Being Authentic

By Conny Lee. Being authentic means being true to who we really are – being honest and transparent. Being authentic helps you relate to your audience. Authenticity means: We know, or figure out, who we truly are, and what our values, interests, dreams, and strengths are. We find the courage to face the fear of…