Our decisions make us who we are. At each fork in the road we make a decision which sends us along a particular path. Neuroscience has shown that brain maturation may not be complete until our late 20s, but we are nevertheless expected to make important life decisions about our careers when we are in our teens and early twenties.

The seminar will be of interest to those wondering how they got to where they are, those currently making imporant life decisions, and those helping others to do so.  

Exclusive to University of Auckland alumni, and proudly presented by the Business School’s Alumni Office and ASB Careers Centre, this professional development seminar will look at the influences on career planning and the neuroscience behind the development of the adolescent brain and how these impact on behaviour and decision-making.

The seminar will be facilatated by Peta Mobberley (Career Development Manager) and Russell Booth (Career Development Advisor) from the Business School Careers Centre.

For any questions, please email Natalie Newton (Acting Alumni Relations Manager) at   

Time & Date
15 February 2018
The University of Auckland Business School, Decima Glenn Room, Level 3, Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, Auckland
P (09) 923 4606