The Barriers to Employment Success Inventory (BESI) is one of our best-selling assessments, and for good reason. It gives your clients a quick and easy way to identify the hurdles and obstacles that stand in the way of job success. While it only takes about 20 minutes to complete, the BESI not only helps your … Continue reading CLSR -New & Improved BESI
Marci Segal has been a long-time colleague, partner, and friend with CLSR; her work in the field of Creativity has inspired us, and thousands of people around the world. Career Development Professionals by nature need to be creative in their work, facing new challenges all the time; so consider how infusing some Creativity in your … Continue reading CLSR – World Creativity and Innovation Week
Anyone that works in the Career Development field in Canada, or several other countries for that matter, knows that Norm Amundson is one of the most respected individuals in the field. As an educator, author, speaker, and overall nice guy, his work has influenced countless Career Development Professionals. Earlier this year, marking the 20 year … Continue reading CLSR – Active Engagement, Anniversary Edition
With so many options out there, how do Career Development Professionals choose assessments that will work for their clients? There really is no simple answer to this question, and it requires some homework on our part to find what we need. I will go into details about the different types of career assessments in a … Continue reading CLSR – Always Assess the Assessment
A while ago I had the pleasure of attending the first AGM of the CDPCBO – another acronym to add to the list! The CDPCBO is the Career Development Practitioners Certification Board of Ontario who are spearheading Ontario’s career development practitioner certification process. The Keynote Speaker for that event was Sareena Hopkins, who for the … Continue reading CLSR – The Transformative Power of One
As career professionals, we know that it is very difficult to help our clients/students find employment when they don’t know what they want to do; or maybe what they do want does not have any openings in today’s labour market… I always wanted to be a telegraph operator! This is why Career Exploration is so … Continue reading CLSR – I’m a grown-up, and I still don’t know what I want to be!