Reigniting the role of HR in Global Oil & Gas talent challenges
Crexia’s Global Oil & Gas HR Summit 2013 will deliver Strategic HR insights, best practices and HR solutions from leading organisations within the International oil & gas industry.
It will take place on the March 13-14 2013 at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square.
This 2-day summit will welcome VPs, Directors and Heads of Human Resources from IOCs / NOCs, to share knowledge and discuss solutions to Global Oil & Gas Talent and HR issues.
According to Vic Okezie, Director at Crexia and Summit Organiser, “The whole idea behind this specialist summit is to reignite the role of HR in the Global Oil & Gas talent challenges. The topics will explore key trends within the industry, and how HR sits right in the middle of issues like the Oil & Gas talent shortages, as well as core HR themes including, but not limited to talent acquisition, talent management and development.”
Crexia’s Global Oil & Gas HR Summit will feature 2 Keynote presentations by expert HR speakers, who will share detailed case studies on specific HR challenges as well as solutions, from their extensive experience having worked within the Oil & Gas sectors.
Some of the confirmed speakers include:
Derek Massie (FCID), Global HR Director & Former SVP, HR Seadrill
Tania Gandamihardja, HR Director, Europe and Africa, Schlumberger
Kent Christensen, HR Coordinator, Law Department, Saudi Aramco
Eric Pietrac, Human Resources Director, Subsea 7
Neil Hanley, Head of People and Leadership Development, Statoil
Slushash Izbassarova, HR Director, NCPOC Kazakhstan
Derek Massie, speaker and summit moderator says, “Looking at the programme and having looked at some of the speakers, I think the event has a hugely diverse range, with people from different aspects of the industry. There will be lots of learning opportunities. We see things around development, collaboration and I think the whole theme will come together nicely at this event.”
The event is expecting 60+ International HR delegates from across the world, and already have interests and delegates attending from the UK, USA, France, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, Nigeria, South Africa, Qatar, Malaysia, India, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, UAE and more.
Interested delegates can register via: http://www.oilgashrsummit.com/register
The summit also welcomes HR solution partners who may wish to support the event, and share expertise on the subjects. A full agenda will be sent to interested participants upon request.
To learn more about the Global Oil & Gas HR summit, and attend the event, visit the website: http://www.oilgashrsummit.com/