Experts in our Field

Publications

Refereed Publications

Caverley, N. (2018). The Farmlands Trust (Greater Victoria) Society: Agricultural stewardship at Newman Farm. In L. Chase & V. Grubinger (Eds.), Food, farms and community: Exploring systems.

Caverley, N. (2012). The guardians of Mother Earth: A qualitative study of Aboriginal Knowledge Keepers and their views on climate change adaptation in the South Selkirks Region. Native Studies Review, 21(1).

Caverley N. (2009). An Indigenous perspective on economic sustainability in Mountain Pine Beetle impacted communities. BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management, 10(2). 140-147.

Caverley, N. (2009). Healing the “red forests” and one another: Understanding the socio-cultural impacts of the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic on First Nations communities in British Columbia. Native Studies Review, 18(2). 105 – 120.

Caverley, N. (2005). Civil service resiliency and coping. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 18(5). 401-413.

Caverley, N. (2002). Monitoring merit. Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) Case Program in Canadian Public Administration.

Caverley, N. (2002). Planning for the future: The use of coaching in the workplace. The BC Counsellor: Journal of the British Columbia School Counsellors' Association, 24(1), 31-41.

Caverley, N. (2001). Biographies of gifted children: Gaining insight into the development of the eminent. The BC Counsellor: Journal of the British Columbia School Counsellors’ Association, 23(2), 49-60.

Caverley, N. (2000). What colour are you? Reflections on my multiracial identity. The BC Counsellor: Journal of the British Columbia School Counsellors' Association, 22(2), 73-82.

Caverley, N., Cunningham, J.B., & MacGregor, J.N. (2007). Sickness presenteeism, sickness absenteeism, and health following restructuring in a public service organization. Journal of Management Studies (Special Edition – Managerial dimensions of organizational health), 44(2). 304-319.

Caverley, N., Cunningham, J.B., & Mitchell, L. (2006). Reflections on public sector-based integrative collective bargaining: Conditions affecting cooperation within the negotiation process. Journal of Employee Relations, 28(1). 62-75.

Caverley, N., Langlois, B., Eustache, J., Krishnaswamy, A., Cunningham, B., MacGregor, J., Carlson, M., & Strobl, K. (2013). Understanding occupational health and safety culture for BC Aboriginal fire crews and emergency service personnel: Research update. Journal of Ecosystems and Management, 14(1). 1—3.

Caverley, N., & Wehner, S. (Winter 2001). Doing the right thing: Ethics and leadership at work. PeopleTalk Magazine: BC’s Information Source for the Human Resource Specialist.

Cunningham, J.B., MacGregor, J.N., & Caverley, N. (2007). Stress, absenteeism and presenteeism. Paper presented at the Western Academy of Management 48th Annual Meeting: Navigating the White Waters of Change: Revisiting the Past and Preparing for the Future. Missoula, Montana.

MacGregor, J.N., Cunningham, J.B., & Caverley, N. (2008). Factors in absenteeism and presenteeism: life events and health events. Management Research News, 31(8). 607-615.

Langlois, B., Caverley, N., Krishnaswamy, A., MacGregor, J.N., Cunningham, J.B., Carlson, M., Eustache, J., & Strobl, K. (2012). Final report – Safeguarding our indigenous communities: Measuring the health and safety culture of Aboriginal fire crews and emergency service personnel in British Columbia. Kamloops, BC: First Nations’ Emergency Services Society.

Langlois, B., Caverley, N., MacGregor, J.N., Cunningham, J.B. (2017). Final report - Indigenous leadership in structural firefighting: Developing tomorrow’s leaders in British Columbia. Kamloops, BC: First Nations’ Emergency Services Society.

Non-Refereed Publications & Technical Reports

Caverley, N. (2014). Inside the den: Central Saanich Lions Club in the spotlight. Saanich Voice Online, 8(4), 1.

Caverley, N. (2014). The BC Aviation Museum chronicles 25 years of operation. Saanich Voice Online, 7(4), 2.

Caverley, N. & Johnson, E. (2014). Addressing mental health needs at Our Place Society. Saanich Voice Online, 4(4), 2.

Caverley, N. (2014). Chief Don Tom – A new direction. Saanich Voice Online, 3(4), 1.

Caverley, N. (2013). Celebrating the mind, body and soul: Iyengar yoga on the Saanich Peninsula. Saanich Voice Online, 12(3). 2.

Caverley, N. (2011). Honouring the voices of Aboriginal Knowledge Keepers in the South Selkirks Region: Perspectives on climate change. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia.

Caverley, N. (2011, December). Indigenous perspectives on climate change adaptation in the South Selkirks Region. Branchlines, 22(4). 18-19.

Caverley, N., & Beevis Trickett, C. (2011, Fall). NCC collaborates in climate change research study. The Ark. 8.

Caverley, N. (2011, June). Statement of votes 2011 MNBC By-Election: Summary report and analysis. Technical Report presented to the Métis Nation British Columbia.

Caverley, N. (2010, September). Statement of votes 2010 MNBC By-Election: Summary report and analysis. Technical Report presented to the Métis Nation British Columbia.

Caverley, N. (2009, May). Statement of votes 2009 MNBC Election: Summary report and analysis. Technical Report presented to the Métis Nation British Columbia.

Caverley, N. (2008). Understanding the human dimensions of the mountain pine beetle infestation: Lessons learned from the First Nations Mountain Pine Beetle Initiative. BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management, 9(3). 150-153.

Caverley, N. (2008, October). Statement of votes 2008 MNBC General Election: Summary report and analysis. Technical Report presented to the Métis Nation British Columbia.

Caverley, N. (2006). Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) operations duty manager hiring analysis: Human capital characteristics and compensation (FR-06-10). Alexandria, VA: Human Resources Research Organization.

Caverley, N. (2006). What works: Effective policies and programs for Aboriginal Peoples of Canada. Technical Report presented to the Human Resources & Social Development Canada.

Caverley, N. (2005, December). Statement of votes 2005 MNBC/MPCBC by-election and advance mail-in ballot summary report and analysis. Technical Report presented to the Métis Nation British Columbia.

Caverley, N. (2001). Developing champions in the boardroom: An examination of executive coaching for managers. Master’s project, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Caverley, N. (2000, February). Proposed action plan for CABEE (Community Advisory Board on Employment Equity). Paper presented at CABEE board meeting, Vancouver, BC.

Caverley, N., Borgen, W., Robertson, S., Shepard, B., Patterson, P., Driscoll, J., & MacCallum, B. (2017, October). Rejuvenating counsellor education accreditation in Canada – Understanding the Council for Accreditation of Counsellor Education Programs (CACEP) and the current counselling professional landscape. COGNICA, 49(4). 13-15.

Caverley, N., Cunningham, B., & MacGregor, J. (2004). Workplace well-being study. Victoria, BC: Centre for Public Sector Studies.

Caverley, N., & Gorton, A. (2013). Taxing for the arts. Saanich Voice Online, 10(3), 2.

Caverley, N., & Gorton, A. (2013). Urban sprawl meets regional sustainability. Saanich Voice Online, 8(3), 2.

Caverley, N.M., Medsker, G.J., Ford, B., Khanna, C., Ramsberger, P., & Furr, D. (2006). Research support for the transformation of language capabilities within the Department of Defence Civilian Workforce: Report on career paths (FR-06-30). Alexandria, VA: Human Resources Research Organization.

Caverley, N.M, Medsker, G.J. Ford, B., Khanna, C., Ramsberger, P., & Furr, D. (2006). Research support for the transformation of language capabilities within the Department of Defence Civilian Workforce: Report on institutional barriers (FR-06-28). Alexandria, VA: Human Resources Research Organization.

Caverley, N.M., Medsker, G.J., Ford, B., Khanna, C., Ramsberger, P., & Furr, D. (2006). Research support for the transformation of language capabilities within the Department of Defence Civilian Workforce: Report on training and incentives (FR-06-29). Alexandria, VA: Human Resources Research Organization.

Caverley, N., & Scott, R. (September 2007). Mountain Pine Beetle: Socio-economic strategies for First Nations. Native Journal, 16(9). 36, 39.

MacGregor, J.N., Cunningham, J.B., & Caverley, N. (2006). Psychosocial correlates of absenteeism and presenteeism. Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Public Management in the 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges, Macau, China.

Medsker, G.J., Caverley, N.M., Ford, B.M., & Paddock, A. (2006). Review of jobs and compensation for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Commission (FR-06-33). Alexandria, VA: Human Resources Research Organization.

Medsker, G.J., Phillips, P., Caverley, N., Ford, B., Khanna, C., Paddock, A. & Furr, D. (2006). Evaluating Human Capital Management Systems (IR-06-61). Alexandria, VA: Human Resources Research Organization.

Book Chapters

Caverley, N., Stewart, S., & Shepard, B. (2014). Chapter 13: Through an Aboriginal lens: Exploring career development and planning in Canada. In B. Shepard & P. Mani (Eds.), Canadian perspectives on career development practice. Toronto, ON: CERIC.*

Caverley, N., Quressette, S., Shepard, B., & Mani, P. (2014). Chapter 22: Emerging trends: Canadian perspectives on career development practice in the 21st century. In B. Shepard & P. Mani (Eds.), Canadian perspectives on career development practice. Toronto, ON: CERIC.*

Caverley, N. (2013). Chapter 14: My multiracial identity: Examining the biracial/multiracial dynamic. In M.H. France, C. Rodriguez, & G. Hett (Eds.), Diversity, Culture and Counselling: A Canadian Perspective, 2nd Edition. Calgary, AB: Brush Education.

*Note: This textbook is currently part of the required reading for the Master’s level Counselling Psychology Program at the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia).

 


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