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Enhancing ethical practice in career services: Inspiring conversation, empowering professionals
Ethical dilemmas are an inevitable part of the complex world in which we live and work. This webinar is designed to assist career development professionals to enhance their ethical sensitivities and empower communication about difficult topics across our field. This is accomplished by providing practical experience with ethics terminology, resources, and issues.

Together, we engage a proactive approach to exploring ethical issues that creates a welcoming space for learning. We discuss both the foundational principles that guide ethical practice and the sources of tension from which dilemmas may arise, embedding real-world examples for illustration. We share an ethical decision-making strategy with supportive resources for consultation. Interactive case studies provide opportunities for guided analysis and application.

Approached thoughtfully, ethical dilemmas can be prime opportunities for learning and can enhance the effectiveness of our career services practice. The key to achieving this is helping career services professionals develop the skills and comfort to proactively engage conversations about ethics in career development – to dialogue before issues have a chance to overwhelm us. That is what this presentation is about – come and join the conversation!

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Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland Tasmania, ACT - 11:00
South Australia, Northern Territory - 10:30
Western Australia - 9:00


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Aug 8, 2019 11:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Julia Panke Makela
Associate Director for Assessment and Research @The Career Center at the University of Illinois
Julia Panke Makela, PhD, NCC serves as the Associate Director for Assessment and Research at The Career Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She has over 15 years of experience in career development and higher education, embracing counseling, research, assessment, and program evaluation roles. Julia specializes in helping practitioners thoughtfully assess programs and services to inform and continually enhance career development practice, as well as to communicate the value of career services. She has a sincere passion for education and ethics, and enjoys finding ways to make difficult topics interesting and engaging. She has served as a member of the National Career Development Association’s (NCDA) Ethics Committee since 2005, as the Ethics Committee Chair from 2009 – 2012, and made significant contributions to the 2007 and 2015 revisions of the NCDA Code of Ethics.