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Browsing by Subject "career development"

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Browsing by Subject "career development"

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  • Tritt, Sarah; Dawson, Roger; Ash, Michelle (Lincoln University, Lincoln University, 2017-08-29)
    Building a lasting career requires energy and agility. Protect your future by continually interpreting and understanding the view that others see of you by refining your focus, recognising opportunities, and adapting to ...
  • Tritt, Sarah; Ash, Michelle; Dawson, Roger (Lincoln University, 2013-08-27)
    Successful career development relies on optimising professional choices and opportunities whether advancing to higher level academic research, or moving from the scholarly environment to the global workplace. Postgraduate ...
  • Dawson, Roger; Tritt, Sarah; Ash, Michelle; Allan, Sue (Lincoln University. Library, Teaching and Learning., Lincoln University, 2015-08-27)
    Professional and social media provide an assortment of overlapping and competing opportunities for developing your online identity in a collective and dynamic setting. Optimise the value of your achievements by presenting ...
  • Meyale, Asha Julia (Lincoln University, 1994)
    This thesis reports on the development of a prototype computer-assisted career guidance system for the Careers Advisory Service (CAS) at Lincoln University. This research is in four parts: Part I consists of a Needs ...
  • Tritt, Sarah; Dawson, Roger; Ash, Michelle (Lincoln University. Library, Teaching and Learning, Lincoln University, )
    A programme of study requires considered planning and preparation. Many factors influence the journey and impinge on the outcomes, but definable career goals emerge from the experience of producing scholarship and research ...
  • Vidwans, Mohini P. (Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2016-12)
    With the key objective of testing the new paradigm of career crafting, this study examined the main questions about career decisions – how do people choose careers, what motivates and guides their decision-making with ...
  • Dawson, Roger; Tritt, Sarah; Ash, Michelle; Allan, Sue (Lincoln University, 2014-07-07)
    Engaging with the services offered by Library, Teaching and Learning will enhance your readiness for transforming opportunities into actions. Anticipate the barriers, mitigate the risks, and avoid the pitfalls ahead. Refine ...
  • Mainland, April (Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 2014)
    The New Zealand Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme (KRLP) is a highly respected industry leadership programme which develops emerging agribusiness leaders to help shape the future of New Zealand’s primary industry. The purpose ...
  • Stratton, Kirsty (Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 2015)
    Currently the red meat sector does not have a clearly defined and documented pathway for young people to build a business to increase equity to pursue the goal of land ownership. Succession in the industry is a challenge ...
  • Hindson Anne, C. (Lincoln University, 1994)
    Economic restructuring and rationalisation in service industries have led to an increased emphasis on the role of human resources in achieving strategic goals. Little attention in the past has been given by senior managers ...
  • Van der Heyden, Simon (Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 2015)
    The New Zealand dairy industry in New Zealand is renowned for its ability to offer a wonderful career path for people to grow and progress through the industry. It is evident that there are plenty of success stories where ...

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