Cont.Ed: Effective Communication: Gaining an Edge in the Industry

Speaker: Lori Dalrymple
Speaker Lori Dalrymple
Lori Dalrymple is the owner and CEO of Architecture of Communication, (AOC, LLC). She developed a Global Multicultural Training Program for corporate management and employees in the Oil & Gas Industry. This training helps different cultures to understand each other based on their cultural context, allowing professionals to achieve higher levels of communication, both ...

Lori Dalrymple is the owner and CEO of Architecture of Communication, (AOC, LLC). She developed a Global Multicultural Training Program for corporate management and employees in the Oil & Gas Industry. This training helps different cultures to understand each other based on their cultural context, allowing professionals to achieve higher levels of communication, both internal and external. She is an expert in the training of presentation skills and one-on-one communication skills for non-native English speaking clients.


She has been working as a subject matter expert in Soft Skills training since 2005. Her specific areas of expertise include:



  • Motivational Speaker & Facilitator

  • Effective Communication Skills – Verbal, (articulation, pronunciation/enunciation, colloquialisms and idioms), Non-Verbal (body language), and Written

  • Sensitivity Training Skills - Multicultural, Intercultural, Diversity & Inclusion, Conscious, Unconscious and Gender Bias

  • Leadership Skills & Negotiation Training

  • Presentation Skills Training – Developing Your Unique Presentation Style Based on Personality, Strengths.

  • Media and PowerPoint Slide Development & Revision, Meeting Time Requirements and Video/Audio Evaluation


Lori holds degrees in Corporate Communications, Performance Masters in Multicultural Psychology. She has included studies in Science, Chemistry and Geology to  facilitate working with clients in the Oil & Gas Industry. She holds multiple certifications in motivational seminar training programs i.e., Dale Carnegie, Zig Ziglar, and Franklin Covey. She is a member of SPE, the Society of Petroleum Engineers and serves as a committee member of the (SPE) Soft Skills Committee.

Full Description

Agenda:

  •  Introductions
    • Facilitators & Participants
    • Safety Moment
  • Icebreaker - Interactive Exercise
  • Overview
  • Tapping into Energy, Intelligence, and Creativity
    • Creativity - The One Skill You Need in Today’s Global Industry
    • Intelligence - Conflict into Collaboration
    • Energy - Leadership Skills 
  •  Interactive Game Storming Exercises and Discussion
    • Building Trust
    • Fostering Morale
    • Overcoming Diversity Issues
  •  Take Home Message Review
Organizer Sunil Lakshminarayanan

Limited number of subidized passes(priced at $20) for students and members in transition will be available. Please contact Sunil Lakshminarayanan (sunil_lakshminarayanan@oxy.com) for more details.


E-mail: sunil_lakshminarayanan@oxy.com


Phone: 281-248-1443

When?

Thu, Jul. 21, 2016
8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. US/Central

How Much?

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Where?

SPEI Houston Training Center
10777 Westheimer Rd., Suite 1075
Houston, TX 77042

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