Our publications are for everybody who works in people’s professional development - career advisors, teachers, further education lecturers, psychologists, social workers, coaches, therapists and also for people interested in further self-development. The aim of our books is to share our experience in the field of career guidance and counselling, to provide practitioners with useful information and tips for guidance activities as well as to encourage them to reflect upon their daily practise. As we strive to reach out to career practitioners not only in the Czech Republic, we often invite experts from different contexts and countries to participate in the creative process and contribute to our books. We received the National Career Counselling Awards in 2014, 2017, 2019 and 2021 for our publishing activities. All our publications were created as a part of European projects and are available for free.
This book is intended for those looking for work, thinking about changing their job or seeking work-life balance. The book could also be used in counselling practice. It will guide the readers through the job searching process and other topics as how to map our strengths and how to use them while looking for a job, useful tips about the Czech working culture or the basic principles of effective time management. It has been awarded the Czech National Award in Career Counselling and is available in Czech, English, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese.
This book is for everybody who works in people’s professional development – career advisors, teachers, further education lecturers, psychologists, social workers and anybody else who feels to be a member of our family of "helping professions". The main topic here is career guidance, which we understand as a supportive process that accompanies people through their whole lives. Eleven authors from three countries worked on this book, with the support of the project funded by the EU. It has been awarded the Czech National Award in Career Counselling.
In this book we explore the career practitioner’s role from the standpoint of relationships - to ourselves, our community and the world itself. We analyse the impact of these relationships on our work, and looking into topics and challenges one can expect to face in each of these spheres. The handbook offers methods, tools and activities which career practitioners can employ while working with pupils and students. It was written as a part of the Erasmus+ international project and is available in Czech, English, Danish, Greek, Spanish and Slovenian versions.