We have just extended the call for papers for Imagining new perspectives on work – the role of career development in shaping futures to Thursday 30th November.
The event aims to examine how the concept of work might develop and evolve over the next decade and in conjunction with this how the role of career development practitioners might need to adapt to continue supporting individuals in the future.
It will feature keynotes from Professor David Blustein (Boston College, USA), Dr Phoebe Moore (Middlesex University), Professor Ronald Sultana (University of Malta), Dr Deirdre Hughes OBE (University of Warwick), Professor Tristram Hooley (Careers and Enterprise Company, University of Derby) and Dr Siobhan Neary (Head of the International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby).
We have already had a good response from workshop contributors and will be getting back to people who have submitted a proposal in the next couple of weeks. However, we would also like to attract some further presentations.
Please email an abstract of no more than 300 words by Thursday 30th November 2017 to Philippa Betts at firstname.lastname@example.org.