As the world becomes more uncertain with significant emerging economies, future leaders will need to equip themselves with a number of leadership competences and skills to enable them to deliver their vision. Oil & gas companies operate in a complex, fast-paced and networked world. Managing the global operational footprint, increasing number of Joint Ventures, and rising energy demand presents new types of challenges for the oil & gas workforce.
Over the next decade the productivity of the world's oil&gas companies will be affected not just by the shortage of skills, the trend of the sector's aging workforce, talent retention and relocation challenges...there is much more to prepare for. The current pace of change in the workplaces is unprecedented while the oil&gas industry's highly integrated, diversified business models are giving way to specialization, bolstered by the sector's HR Strategists and a set of their differentiating capabilities.
Looking to the future, our Survey identified three new trends that could have dramatic impacts on the effectiveness of your oil & gas workforce– which will all be the subject of the forthcoming Oil&Gas HR Summit:
Learning & Development driven operational excellence
Preparing for Agility in new work environments
Increasing the level of Effective International Employee Benefits
Following the success of our first industry-specific HR event in this fast expanding market, Fleming Europe is proud to present its 2nd Annual Oil&Gas HR Summit which will be again driven by the industry and for the industry based on the wide expertise of our Summit Steering Committee.
This two-day, hands-on executive development program aims to offer a variety of approaches to deal with capability building techniques, on-the-job knowledge sharing synergies, cross-country recruiting and relocation challenges. Sessions will also cover in-depth understanding on how to align employee benefit and retention policies to market volatility.