HR Management for Oil and Gas Managers and Supervisors

September 28-October 2, 2020

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This program is ideal for those who seek a firm grounding in the Human Resource (HR) challenges facing the international oil and gas industry today and the ways in which HR can contribute to implementing strategic plans, including the management of change. Participants will explore the principles behind the Balanced Scorecard and its use in analyzing leadership and workforce behaviors, skills and competencies, and the impacts of HR policies. Particular focuses are on defining, applying, and investing in workforce success and on identifying shared line management and HR accountabilities. The programs topics are directly applicable to strategic business discussions and planning in modern organizations.

CONTENT

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This program is designed specifically for mid- to senior- managers and supervisors from all sectors of the oil and gas industry who wish to enhance their competencies in essential HR management areas.

INSTRUCTORS

  • David A. T. Donohue, PhD, JD
  • Robert H. Meyer, MA
  • Carol Ann Sharicz, PhD
  • Robert W. Taylor, MS