I feel really passionately about this topic probably because as a a) career psychologist in Sydney, I am admittedly biased and apply my evidence /scientific based reasoning to everything and b) I get really concerned when clients rely on the results of such tests to make important life changing (more…)
Congratulations! You have been offered an interview. Now what?
Being offered an interview may be marked with feelings of relief, excitement and nerves. Although the best way to truly practice interviews is to do them in a real world setting, there are things you can do ahead of time to (more…)
The beginning of the year is a perfect time for reflection. As a society, we spend a lot of time thinking about our health, family, relationships and money. We set specific goals around weight loss, hobbies, savings, leisurely activities and spending time with loved ones amassing a list which (more…)
The end of the year marks the beginning of an exciting festive season. At work though, it commonly marks the yearly dreaded performance review.
This year in particular I have been inundated with friends asking me for advice about how to manage (and survive!) their upcoming performance reviews. The event (more…)
What is career counselling? This is a question I am asked all too often.
When meeting new people outside of work, I am often faced with a blank stare after I introduce myself as either an organisational psychologist or a career counsellor/career psychologist. The blank stares are generally closely followed (more…)