Both Gray Poehnell and Norman Amundson recently received the Stu Conger Award for Leadership in Career Development and Career Counselling. Gray received the award last year in 2012 and now Norm has received it in 2013. This award is presented by the Canadian Career Development Foundation and is in celebration of “visionary leadership, exemplary achievement and inspired dedication to the advancement of excellence in career development in Canada”. Read more about the award and see past recipients on the CCDF website.
We are proud to announce that Gray Poehnell and Norman Amundson's new book Hope-Filled Engagement: New Possibilities in Life/Career Counselling is now available from Ergon Communications.
From theoretical foundations and intervention exercises to a metaphoric case conceptualization process, Metaphor Making is perfect for people who enjoyed the Active Enagement series.
As a comapnion to the third edition of Active Engagement, we are proud to introduce our first series of career counselling videos designed to accompany and enhance the material found in the book.
Ergon Communications was proud to support Mark Pattern, co-author of Career Scope, as he embarked on a two-day cycling journey, from Vancouver, BC to Seattle, WA as part of The Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting BC Cancer Foundation.