SPE Members in Transition Seminar #10

Speaker: Katie Mehnert
Speaker Katie Mehnert
Speaker Title: Chief Everything Officer Speaker Company:  Pink Petro™ Speaker Bio: Katie Mehnert is the Chief Everything Officer of Pink Petro™, the global community and career resource aimed at disrupting the energy gender gap.  Pink Petro has members in 31+ countries and over 500 companies. Katie has 19 years of ...

Speaker Title: Chief Everything Officer


Speaker Company:  Pink Petro™


Speaker Bio: Katie Mehnert is the Chief Everything Officer of Pink Petro™, the global community and career resource aimed at disrupting the energy gender gap.  Pink Petro has members in 31+ countries and over 500 companies. Katie has 19 years of delivering change, learning, and culture transformations. She has held global leadership roles with BP and Shell in health and safety during periods of financial crisis, spills, divestment, and globalization. A 40 under 40 honoree, she is a graduate of Louisiana State University in Communications, Rice University’s Executive Energy program and The Center for Houston’s Future.


 


Event Description/Presentation Abstract: Developing Your Business Edge to become the Best You


Energy Markets have been shocked by remarkable innovation our industry is creating. While commodity prices may vary over time, the value of the best stock you hold in your portfolio, “You”, is something you manage.  Join Katie Mehnert, Founder and CEO of PinkPetro, for an engaging session on how you can develop a business edge to be the best you in your career. Learn the four roles you need to master in your career to stay relevant. Walk away with specific items you can address in your development plan and hear about Katie’s edgy journey from the corporate life to entrepreneurship.

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Speaker: Margaret A Johnson
Speaker Margaret A Johnson
Speaker Title: President Speaker Company: Ideal Training, Inc. Speaker Bio: Margaret A Johnson is from Michigan but moved to Texas as fast as she could! She utilizes her B.S. Mechanical Engineering, MBA, professional engineering license and coaching credentials to inspire people and organizations to move from S.O.S. (Same Old Stuff) ...

Speaker Title: President


Speaker Company: Ideal Training, Inc.


Speaker Bio: Margaret A Johnson is from Michigan but moved to Texas as fast as she could! She utilizes her B.S. Mechanical Engineering, MBA, professional engineering license and coaching credentials to inspire people and organizations to move from S.O.S. (Same Old Stuff) to W.O.W.! (Well On the Way) to where they want to be.  Her experience ranges from engineering and management in power to sales and consulting in the oil and gas industry.  As President of Ideal Training, Inc. she trains and coach’s professionals with a mission to unleash creativity, ignite ideas and remove barriers to success to assist clients in solving problems and opening doors, and to keep her leadership and fitness classes engaging.


 


Event Description/Presentation Abstract:  The Glass is Half Full – Shifting Perception to Achieve Results 


The Glass is Half Full presentation will examine your thinking patterns around the way you see yourselves, other people and situations.   You will be able to look for opportunities rather than problems, strengths more than weaknesses and what can be done instead of what can’t be done.  This applies to your work projects as well as to your personal lives. 

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Speaker: Veronica Reyes
Speaker Veronica Reyes
  Speaker Title: President Speaker Company:  Globalwide Talent Speaker Bio: Veronica Reyes, Globalwide Talent President, brings a unique combination of more than 20 years’ experience in technical service and staffing services.  With degrees in Social Science and Humanities, she has served the business and workforce communities as a leader in ...

 


Speaker Title: President


Speaker Company:  Globalwide Talent


Speaker Bio: Veronica Reyes, Globalwide Talent President, brings a unique combination of more than 20 years’ experience in technical service and staffing services.  With degrees in Social Science and Humanities, she has served the business and workforce communities as a leader in social media and recruitment.  She has assisted the Houston – Galveston area Council and local colleges on projects, and has educated employers and groups with the knowledge of how to re-brand their skills to transition into other occupations and industries.  She has been recognized by NASA and Houston-Galveston area for providing transitioning services to those affected by the end of the Shuttle Program and has been awarded a Resolution by Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership for the work in transitioning thousands impacted with reduction in force.


 


Event Description/Presentation Abstract: Maximizing your LinkedIn Profile


Looking for a job has changed with the growth of the internet.  Your LinkedIn profile is your online marketing tool; it is like having your own website.  It has the potential of making it much easier for employers to locate you rather than just applying on company websites.  Learn how Human Resource searches for talent pool and if you are doing the right things on your profile to get noticed.  Learn what would improve the chances of getting contacted for your next career opportunity. You will find that you will get more results from LinkedIn as you optimize key words in your profile. 

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The SPE Members in Transition Seminar Series is designed to include a selection of topics of interest to SPE members who are transitioning in between jobs during the current industry downturn or who are looking for new career opportunities.  The agenda for the tenth seminar in the series will include:  “Developing Your Business Edge to become the Best You ”, “The Glass is Half Full – Shifting Perception to Achieve Results”,  “Maximizing your LinkedIn Profile,” and a “Discussion of Resources for SPE Members”.

A box lunch and cold drinks will be served.  Please bring your own coffee.

Organizer Susan Howes/Ashish Fatnani

Event Contact Phone Number: 713.553.5020 (Susan) /  832.415.6835(Ashish)


Event Contact Email: c.susan.howes@gmail.com /   Ashish.Fatnani@halliburton.com

When?

Fri, Nov. 4, 2016
10 a.m. - 3 p.m. US/Central

How Much?

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Where?

Houston Technology Center
410 Pierce Street  
Houston, TX 77002
United States

Houston Technology Center  

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