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Self-Reflection and Self-Discovery in a Career Practice

By Donna Norcott. I don’t know if this is something unique to me, but even though I don’t have children, I love the back-to-school season! The colourful binders, notebooks, and new pens and pencils inspire my creativity and I look forward to “sweater weather” as being an ideal time to reflect, reorganize, and turn a fresh,…

5 Keys to Excellence for Your Career and Life

By Skye Berry-Burke. The other day, while visiting my child’s pediatrician, I saw an article about the “8 Keys of Excellence” for making great kids greater. Five of these “keys” were immediately etched in my mind and I continued to think about how these principles for achieving excellence apply to all of us – young…

Congratulations to our 2019 Awards of Excellence Recipients!

By Sharon Graham. It is my pleasure to announce Career Professionals of Canada’s 2019 Awards of Excellence Program recipients. This year’s competition proved rigorous with 50 candidates selected from all the submissions received.  I’d like to offer special thanks to our 2019 team of judges who were presented with the difficult challenge of selecting the recipients…

The Value of a Career Counsellor: My Personal Story

By Kevin Waldbillig. I know that a happy and fulfilling career change is possible. I know this to be true because I’ve experienced it first-hand. Don’t think, though, that the change transpired without some feelings of fear and reluctance. Let me give you the background of how I came to seek out the services of…

The Future of CPC

By Cathy Milton. The future of work is changing and so are we! 2020 is just around the corner and we’ve got your back. As a member of Canada’s only national career development association, you will have certainly noticed that Career Professionals of Canada is interested in – and excited about – the opportunities created by the future…

How to “Get” Clients for your Private Practice

By Nel Slater. So you’re looking for clients, eh? As I contemplate the topic of how an independent career practitioner “gets” clients, I realize that my own practice has grown organically over the past 5 years; however, there are a few intentional things that I do as well. If you’d like to attract and secure…