Experiencing one of the industries biggest upturns, there is a huge urgency to recruit to keep up with business demand, an increasing pressure to facilitate the transition to cleaner energy – posing a challenge recruiting the next generation (an environmentally conscious workforce), and imperatively, a need for a comprehensive platform to upskill their staff for the new skill set needed for the energy transition.
To address the evolving changes in the Oil, Energy and Renewables landscape, LEAP HR: Oil & Energy aims to discover applications of data analytics, AI, effective succession planning and many more strategies necessary to thrive in this new era of work.
Taking place April 8-10, 2024, in Houston, TX, this summit brings together HR leaders from the industry to stay ahead of the energy curve, serving as the most exclusive and senior forum dedicated to HR leaders in the industry.
“An agile human resources strategy ties in at every aspect of a high-performing energy business. Opportunities like LEAP HR: Oil & Energy are vital if we’re to keep our fingers on the pulse in an ultra-competitive industry” says Caroline Stockdale, Chief People & Communications Officer, First Solar.
The summit’s program co-created by senior decision makers, promises to be a one-stop-shop for HR leaders looking to attract skilled, in-demand and next-generation talent, upskill their workforce for the skills of tomorrow and empower change through rebuilding organizational culture. With 80+ human resource leaders from Shell, SLB, Vestas, GE Power, HF Sinclair, Hess, Coterra and more, attendees can expect cutting-edge talks, multi-stakeholder panel discussions, and expert-led group discussions, providing strategic insights for improving the workforce of tomorrow.
Don’t miss this opportunity to upskill your workforce and allow you to stay ahead of the energy transition. Download the full event guide now and gain insight into the immediately actionable TA and HR strategies.
Oil and gas operations are commonly found in remote locations far from company headquarters. Now, it's possible to monitor pump operations, collate and analyze seismic data, and track employees around the world from almost anywhere. Whether employees are in the office or in the field, the internet and related applications enable a greater multidirectional flow of information – and control – than ever before.