March 30, 2021


Description

Join us for a session to develop your leadership skills in the energy industry.  Let’s talk about a new way to respond to failure, at the complexity of failure and consider the possibility that it happens more from normal variability than from some anomaly. 

HOP stands for Human and Organizational Performance. It’s a new way of thinking about how we can improve the work place. HOP isn’t really like any sort of traditional program (i.e. Lean, Six Sigma, ISO, etc.). These programs are great and bring much needed structure and improvement to our organizations. HOP is more about our learning from those who do the work and appreciating their depth of knowledge in the way operations run.   It is based on the premise that humans are error prone and that if we expect people to do things right all the time, we are most likely going to be disappointed – a lot! It’s about understanding how humans perform and how we can build systems that are more error tolerant and is based on the works of thought leaders such as Todd Conklin PhD, Sidney Dekker PhD, James Reason and many more. For many years the energy industry has tried to make their workforce “care more” and “pay more attention” to what they are doing so that they won’t make mistakes. It seems that we have run that course about as far as it will go.

HOP is a new way of thinking making change happen.  Join us and learn how Chevron is adopting HOP to operate safely and reliably.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Katerina L. Bond
Speaker Katerina L. Bond

Katerina (Kat) Bond has been a Senior Human and Performance Advisor for Chevron Technical Center starting in 2017. In that capacity, she works with a central team to consult with the company’s leaders and staff around the world to integrate Human and Organizational Performance principles and concepts into the operations …

Katerina (Kat) Bond has been a Senior Human and Performance Advisor for Chevron Technical Center starting in 2017. In that capacity, she works with a central team to consult with the company’s leaders and staff around the world to integrate Human and Organizational Performance principles and concepts into the operations and deliver results in the right way. Prior to her current role, she was the Incident Investigation and Reporting/Data Analysis Team Lead for Chevron North America Exploration and Production supporting the Gulf of Mexico operations from Houston, Texas where she focused on the journey to becoming a learning organization.  She started with Chevron in 2009 in its San Joaquin Valley Business Unit field operations in Bakersfield, California.


Kat began her career in Tucson, Arizona working within the administration of an exclusive addiction treatment facility, followed by working with the leadership team of a juvenile justice facility. After several years, she relocated to Bakersfield, California and joined a small regional electrical contractor helping set the strategic growth of the organization that took the company from approximately 100 personnel to over 200 personnel inside of 10 years. As a member of the management team, she developed a support services organization that synergized safety, loss control, information technologies, equipment management, contract administration and human resources.  After leaving the electrical contractor in 2006, she formed her own consulting company to focus on system improvement with a focus on cultural nourishment.

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Organizer

SPE GCS Young Professionals


Date and Time

Tue, March 30, 2021

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central


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