Developing Effective Communication Skills Using Type in Your Career with Sue Daniels

May 1, 2022 @ 2:00 pm 3:30 pm AEST

Sue Daniels is a highly-experienced Career & Executive Coach with a background in international investment management. As part of her practice she designs and delivers innovative career development programs and workshops that bring theory to life and to give participants a range of practical tips & techniques that can be readily applied to any aspect of work life.

With a keen interest in personal effectiveness in today’s work life, Sue regularly uses type tools in her coaching practice and her accreditations include: The Birkman Method®: MBTI® Step II and Majors PT Elements. She has also presented at industry association conferences, career expos on a range of career topics and she is a member of the Career Development Association.

In this online workshop, Sue will explore the challenges of creating effective communication in today’s world of work and explore how you can apply type theory to be a more effective communicator. There will be a chance to practise these skills in the workshop and handouts to take away.

Sue Daniels

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Free All welcome


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Soul-making Work in Dark Times: A Jungian View – Suzanne Cremen

soul work

November 7, 2020 @ 10:15 am 11:15 am Australia/Sydney

Drawing on Jungian depth psychology, this session outlines a new approach to questions of work, career and calling in the current era, through engaging with symbol, metaphor and imagination. Traditional career development practices tend to be biased towards Sensation and Thinking functions. Bringing a symbolic perspective to work can awaken imagination and shift perception of the vocational journey as more than a paycheck, but an opus of the soul. Individuals with a preference for Intuition are particularly suited to a vocational guidance approach which values the creative unconscious and imaginative potential, but at different life stages this approach may be valuable for all psychological types.

Suzanne Cremen  
Dr Suzanne Cremen worked in over 25 occupations including lawyer, screenwriter, publisher and career counsellor before earning her PhD in depth psychology. She serves as faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute (USA), founded the Life Artistry Centre for Archetype, Imagination and Vocation (Australia), and is the author of From Career to Calling (Routledge). 

This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2020 Conference. It’s just $75AU for AusAPT members and reciprocal members and $100AU for guests for all 12 sessions. Or you can purchase a new member + conference package at $125AU.

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$75 – $125 Full conference price for all 12 sessions including this session!


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