Maneuvering through the HR Quagmire of Hiring Processes
Abstract: Why is finding a position so difficult? Why have applications become longer, more tedious, and seemingly less relevant to actually landing a position? Why are there so many services poising as hiring representatives for foreign operations? Are there any that are truly legitimate?
This workshop will highlight the various functions within HR and how each is relevant to landing a position, domestically or internationally. We will also educate on techniques that will make your profile stand-out. At the end of the session, participants will understand tangible actions they can take to best maneuver through the waters to get hired.
Note: This presentation will not cover building your social media presence (i.e. LinkedIn profile).
Speaker Bio: Lisa Ellingsen brings more than 20 years of experience in building HR and operational functions that support the needs of a variety of businesses. Through skilled strategic planning, Lisa has created processes to successfully restructure, retool, and refocus teams to operational excellence.
Ms. Ellingsen acquired this expertise through HR and Operational executive roles in organizations experiencing high growth, either organically or through acquisitions. She has a MSc in Organizational Psychology and Strategy from the Norwegian School of Business – BI and a BA in Psychology from the University of North Texas.
Lisa’s background includes:
Monitoring Drilling Automation
Abstract: The promise of the ability to visualize, optimize and do real time monitoring has driven adoption of technology at ever increasing rates.
Automation technologies offer great efficiencies to many industries, including oilfield exploration, drilling and operations.
Vendors and companies have jumped in to rapidly adopt and implement these technologies but often without recognizing the potential for increased risks.
This presentation will look at the risk aspects and a few of the options to plan for and mitigate these risks.
Speaker Bio: Anne Rogers spent eight years in some really interesting positions and assignments in the military. Currently Ms. Rogers works in IT & analytics, networking, cyber security & forensics as a consultant to industry and as an executive business leader at ERASCO group. Her clients have included global and widely recognized major companies. She’s active in ISACA, a leading Governance-Risk-Compliance (GRC) professional organization. Ms. Rogers was recently a featured speaker at ISACA Houston’s / “She Leads Tech” conference.