SPE Members in Transition Seminar #12

Speaker: Terry Suffredini
Speaker Terry Suffredini
Speaker #1 Title: Career/Life Strategist for Engineers Speaker #1 Company: The Engineer’s Coach Speaker #1 Bio:  Terry Suffredini is The Engineer’s Coach. After earning her degree in Chemical Engineering from UT - Austin, she spent more than 2 decades working in the environmental field. She later transitioned into process design ...

Speaker #1 Title: Career/Life Strategist for Engineers


Speaker #1 Company: The Engineer’s Coach


Speaker #1 Bio:  Terry Suffredini is The Engineer’s Coach. After earning her degree in Chemical Engineering from UT - Austin, she spent more than 2 decades working in the environmental field. She later transitioned into process design and then into project management, working mainly with large ($350MM+) midstream oil and gas EPC projects.  Recently, Terry decided to take a bold move and retire from active engineering to focus on her business. A certified Life and Career Coach, it is Terry’s mission to use her extensive experience and demonstrated abilities to help fellow engineers excel both personally and professionally.


 


Event Description/Presentation Abstract: Marketing Strategies for Job Search Success (Even in a Tight Economy!)


Are you discouraged, frustrated and demoralized in your job search? This is likely to be your experience if you’ve been relying on online job postings and outdated resume formats to get results, as many do. Did you know that 80% of all jobs are not posted anywhere? Or that in Houston, even in this tight economy, we are still creating two jobs for every one that is filled? Job search can become a fun adventure when you approach it with the right strategies. This talk will give you the basics you need to minimize the time you spend between paychecks.

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Speaker: Steve Randolph
Speaker Steve Randolph
Speaker #2 Title: Director, Production Engineering Technology Speaker Company: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation Speaker #2 Bio: Steve Randolph graduated in 1982 with a BS in Petroleum Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.  He has spent the past 34 years employed by Anadarko or predecessor companies that were acquired by Anadarko. Steve ...

Speaker #2 Title: Director, Production Engineering Technology


Speaker Company: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation


Speaker #2 Bio: Steve Randolph graduated in 1982 with a BS in Petroleum Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.  He has spent the past 34 years employed by Anadarko or predecessor companies that were acquired by Anadarko. Steve has worked in all types of upstream engineering challenges and has managed teams of people to develop assets and to make a technical difference at Anadarko. Steve’s current position is a technology director for production.


 


 


Event Description/Presentation AbstractStaying Relevant (Employable) in an Evolving Industry


We’ll explore what has kept people relevant in the past and we can speculate about future trends and how we will need to change to stay relevant in the future. We’ll also look to other industries to understand what might be important.

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Speaker: Rachel Walden
Speaker Rachel Walden
Speaker #3 Title: Global Talent Manager-Implementations Speaker Company:  Halliburton   Speaker #3 Bio: Rachel Walden has 26 years’ experience in coaching, leadership and professional development, with a focus on talent management and career development. She has worked in many industries including technology, banking and oil and gas. Her current role at ...

Speaker #3 Title: Global Talent Manager-Implementations


Speaker Company:  Halliburton  


Speaker #3 Bio: Rachel Walden has 26 years’ experience in coaching, leadership and professional development, with a focus on talent management and career development. She has worked in many industries including technology, banking and oil and gas. Her current role at Halliburton includes delivering training, tools and resources to enable employees to take ownership of their careers, and to enhance leadership skills.  She holds a BA in German and Italian and is in her final year of studies for an MSc in Coaching and Behavioral Change.


 


 


Event Description/Presentation Abstract:  Take Charge of your Career Development


 


Do you wonder, why bother with career development? Do you just go along with the flow and wait to see what comes along? Now is the time to take charge of your professional growth. The career development workshop will highlight the importance of being engaged and taking charge of your career progression. Rachel Walden will discuss concrete steps you can take to manage and develop your career. 


 

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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 twelfth seminar in the series will include: “Marketing Strategies for Job Search Success (Even in a Tight Economy!)”, “Staying Relevant (Employable) in an Evolving Industry”, “Take Charge of your Career Development,” and a “Discussion of Resources for SPE Members”.

Organizer Susan Howes/Ashish Fatnani
Event Contact Phone Number: 713.553.5020 (Susan) /                                                                                 832.415.6835(Ashish) Event Contact Email: ...

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


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

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When?

Fri, Jan. 27, 2017
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

                                                                  


 

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