Thursday, October 20, 2016 at Online
Starts at 8:30 AM · Ends at 11:00 AM, CST (America/Chicago)
“Cutting Edge Strategies and the Future of Energy HR ” – The oil & gas, chemical and energy marketplace is rapidly evolving—and just in time for “doing more with less” strategies in the upstream or “skilled labor shortages and the fight for talent” in the downstream…and possibly the next big rebound for the entire energy marketplace… we have answers, forecasts and options for over 200 proactive HR Energy Leaders who are transforming their companies.
All at the 8th Biannual #WFNLIVE event that helps you manage competing priorities today, retain your key talent, keep the organization and culture motivated, solve problems, take action and plan for the future, the WorkforceNEXT Fall Summit.
8:30 AM - Broadcast Live from Houston with Anchor Katie Mehnert and Sean Guerre, Stonefort Group
8:50 AM - Welcoming Address
9:00 AM - Opening Session: The Future Starts Today | Looking at the Future of the Workforce in Energy with Jenny Phillip, Greater Houston Partnership
9:45 AM - Aligning HR with Business Strategy, Business Drivers for Competency Management
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- Bruce Shaffer
VP Human Resources at One Subsea / CameronBruce Shaffer is the Vice President of Human Resources for OneSubsea, A Schlumberger Company. He was previously the Global Director of Learning and Development for Cameron International and the Director of Talent Management for OneSubsea. Bruce has been in the energy and technology sectors for over 25 years with extensive global human resources experience and a passion for developing and implementing talent strategies that support critical business needs. He has successfully developed and implemented talent management processes, systems and tools in corporate, regional and field assignments in North and South America and Europe for OneSubsea, Tenaris, Duke Energy, Amoco and Compaq Computer Corporation. Bruce and his wife, Susan, live in Houston, have been married for 34 years and have five children. In addition to enjoying his family, he finds time to travel, kayak, swim, read, enjoys a variety of music and live theater.
- Shannon Aubrey
Conference Manager at Stone Fort Group
- Dave Holberry
Engineering Director – Services and Standards at OneSubsea / CameronDave Holberry is Engineering Director – Services and Standards at OneSubsea. He is responsible for technical services including Materials, Welding, Analysis, Reliability and Computer Aided Design. He is also responsible for product standardization and engineering processes and tools. After graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering, he joined Cameron in 1998 as a Product Design Engineer. He spent the first 11 years of his career in Leeds (UK), performing a variety of engineering and management roles supporting tendering, new product design, manufacturing, six sigma and offshore support. Dave moved to London in 2009 to become Engineering Manager for an EPC project, before moving to Houston in 2010. Since then Dave has held Director Engineering positions for North and South America, and Manifold and Flowline Connection Systems, before taking his current role.
- Jenny Phillip
Director at Greater Houston PartnershipJenny Philip is a regional economist and director of research at the Greater Houston Partnership. She studies Houston’s economic trends in areas such as employment, energy, real estate, and international trade. Additionally, Jenny conducts in-depth policy analysis in the areas of transportation, education, and energy. Jenny also contributes to the monthly publication of the GHP’s Economy at a Glance and the annual publications of the Houston Economic Development Guide and Houston Facts. Although she enjoys writing about the economy, Jenny is even fonder of speaking on business and economic issues. Prior to joining GHP, Jenny worked for the Millennium Challenge Corporation in Washington, D.C. analyzing the eligibility indicators used to disburse over $7 billion to 25 developing countries. She also worked at the U.S. Department of Labor on identifying labor rights issues surrounding the Colombia Free Trade Agreement and the African Growth and Opportunities Act. Jenny received her Master in Public Policy from Georgetown University and her undergraduate degree in international business from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a native Houstonian and has lived in the city off and on for over 20 years.