Pacific perspectives on career development

Talofa lava, Kiaorana, Malo e lelei, Ni sa bula vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Malo ni, Kia ora koutou and greetings.  Last week a panel discussion focusing on the Pacific Perspectives on Career Development featured at the CDANZ National Symposium in Auckland.  The panelists included: Fa’anānā Efeso Collins (Samoa, Tokelau) , Councillor – Auckland Council Dr Jemaima…

Taking career development to Indonesia

Selamat datang and welcome to my latest blog post! I was in Indonesia a few weeks ago and it was a most amazing experience; for a country with over 200 million people, and over 3000 islands, the pace is fast and city life is brimming with energy.  Despite this, the people I met were incredibly friendly…

13. The lucky number

13.  This is the number of years I have been working in the ‘real world’ since graduating from The University of Auckland back in 2003. After obtaining my undergraduate qualification, I completed one semester of my Masters in 2013, but decided to withdraw after being involved in a car accident.  No, I wasn’t injured in any…