SURVEY INVITATION: What Makes An Early Career Planner Effective?

This international study being carried out by Professor Dory Reeves at The University of Auckland, New Zealand, is investigating what makes an early career planner effective in their work. It will compare the views of managers and early career planners as well as students. Early career means those who have been working for no more than five years and who are regarded as high performing by their employers.

Please following one of the links below to a survey which will help us better understand what makes early career planners effective in the workplace:

All the details of the study are on page 1 of the survey. Thank you for your participation.

For further information please contact Professor Dory Reeves
at the email address below:

Room 411 26 Symonds Street, Architecture and Planning Building, Auckland 1024 New Zealand, Tel: 00 64 09 373 7599 x83944 and Email:

For any queries regarding ethical concerns you may contact:
The University of Auckland Human Participants Ethics Committee, The University of Auckland, Office of the Vice Chancellor, Private bag 92019 Auckland 1142 and Telephone: 64 (0) 9 373 7599 ext: 83711