Sept. 14, 2018


Description

Become the team member that everyone wants to have on their team.  Learn how to integrate into a team, work successfully across geographical/cultural barriers and apply your skills to “influence without authority”.  Practice having difficult conversations with direct reports, peers or leaders.  Build relationships by making and keeping meaningful connections. Address narcissism (the “Dark Side” of leadership), and learn how to work with narcissistic leaders in a constructive manner. Learn techniques for better networking, building relationships and showing commitment.  Recognize the contributions that team members with language skills, computer proficiencies, and other transferable skills bring to the team. Learn how a great team identifies and understands an effective leader, and the unity and effectiveness it brings to the entire team.


Featured Speakers

Speaker Lori Dalrymple
Lori was recruited to the Oil & Gas Industry in 2005 to work with employees from China, Russia, India, Thailand, Guatemala, Venezuela, Colombia, and the U.S. She developed a unique program of working with multicultural clients which revolutionized the way she trained. She then went back to the university to study …

Lori was recruited to the Oil & Gas Industry in 2005 to work with employees from China, Russia, India, Thailand, Guatemala, Venezuela, Colombia, and the U.S. She developed a unique program of working with multicultural clients which revolutionized the way she trained. She then went back to the university to study geology and the sciences to be able to connect on a technical level as well. Soon she was being recruited for training in many companies around the globe in the Oil & Gas Industry, and her company "Architecture of Communications" AOC, LLC began.

Lori graduated in 2007 with her Bachelor’s Degree in Performance with a minor in Corporate Communications, and an Associate Degree in Marketing. She studied at Kings College London on scholarship in 2005, and has numerous certifications in motivational training. She has completed several SPE short courses in Oil & Gas. She is a native English speaker who speaks Spanish, Italian, & French and is currently studying German.

Lori understands the needs of today’s culturally diverse Oil & Gas Industry, and has developed a unique, proven and practical method of training people from all cultures to help them develop their skills, and to broaden their base of understanding which is crucial in today’s global Oil & Gas economic climate. Lori currently serves on the SPE Soft Skills Committee, is a published author, has 2 papers accepted for SPE ATCE for 2017, and was a volunteer for the Distinguished Lecturer Committee from 2012-2014. She is an SPE volunteer to many University Petroleum Engineering Departments, training students in Soft Skills to enhance their technical knowledge and to improve their employability.

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Organizer

Abdul Rehman

E-mail: arehman.thebo@gmail.com


Phone: 267-616-0368


Date and Time

Fri, Sept. 14, 2018

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

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Location

Newpark Drilling Fluids Office

21920 Merchants Way
Katy, Texas 77449
United States