Nov. 27, 2012


Description

Today’s workforce spans from first-year out of high school to last year before retirement, yet teams must work cohesively to develop and maintain infrastructure for the oil and gas community. Expectations, standards, values, beliefs, and even diction vary from one generation to another. This luncheon presentation will examine the different backgrounds of your employees and shed some light on the barriers between them to help your workplace become more positive and productive.

Charles Wilds, President, The SOS Group Inc., will attempt to answer these questions and more:
• With the workforce generation gap wider than ever, what are the greatest leadership challenges?
• When developing and maintaining infrastructure, teams should include what age brackets, how many and are there enough in the workforce?
• How do the varying backgrounds and values of the younger generation vs. the hard working “boomers” play into ethics, loyalties, priorities, and more?  Are the differences barriers, challenges or opportunities?
• How can we best position teams for positive and productive change?  Who or what is in the way?  Who should lead and who should follow?
• What recommendations and possible actions can we take going forward for a new evolution in leadership and behavioral based change?

Featured Speakers

Speaker Charles Wilds
President The SOS Group Inc. Charles Wilds founded THE SOS GROUP INC in 1999, and has over 30 yrs executive leadership experience in the oil and gas industry. His career encompasses results based engineering, project management, commercial management, technology development, strategic planning, business development, operations and organizational change management with …

President The SOS Group Inc.


Charles Wilds founded THE SOS GROUP INC in 1999, and has over 30 yrs executive leadership experience in the oil and gas industry. His career encompasses results based engineering, project management, commercial management, technology development, strategic planning, business development, operations and organizational change management with Fortune 500 Corporations. In addition to leading THE SOS GROUP INC, Charles provides strategic business advice, facilitation and leadership coaching to executives and their teams.

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Organizer

Brad Nelson


Date and Time

Tue, Nov. 27, 2012

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Norris Conference Centers - Houston/Westchase

9990 Richmond Ave.
Houston, TX 77042
USA