What makes early career planners effective? (Managers - Nominating)
1. The following instructions will introduce the survey.
Participants Information Sheet (Manager)
Project Title: What makes an early career planner effective?
We are asking managers to look at a series of attributes in order to:
(1) identify which you think are particularly important, and
(2) identify any further discipline specific attributes which you think are needed by early career planners.
The online survey takes 10-15 minutes and needs to be completed in 1 session. Thank you in advance for your participation.
The research project: This study is being undertaken by Professor Dory Reeves during 2012-2013 to investigate what makes an early career urban planner effective in their work and to compare the views of students, managers and early career planners. By early career we mean those who have been in practice for no more than 5 years and who are regarded as effective by their managers.
The benefits of the research: The research will indirectly benefit employers as they will have the opportunity to reflect on their employees’ professional training. The research will benefit academic institutions offering planning programmes as well as the professional bodies.
Confidentiality : Participants will not be identifiable through Survey Monkey. The manager will not have access to the interview data relating to their employees or the employees of any other employer.
Use of the information gathered: The information collected as part of the interviews will be used in research reports and peer reviewed journals.
Data storage: To ensure confidentiality, participant data will be stored on campus at The University of Auckland for 6 years in a locked cabinet. Original data will be stored separately from coded data to maintain confidentiality. Access to the data will be limited to the researcher.
Right to withdraw from participation: As a participant you have the right to withdraw from the process at any time.
Contact Details Researcher: Professor Dory Reeves
The School of Architecture and Planning
26 Symonds Street, Auckland 1024,
Tel: 373 7599 x83944
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
Telephone: 64 (0) 9 373 7599 ext: 83711
Approved by the University of Auckland Human Participants Ethics Committee on for 3 years reference number (2011/ 013).