SPE Online Education
Remote Meetings - A Toolbox for Your Multi-Cultural, Multi-Discipline and Multi-Generational Encounters Online
Recorded On: 04/28/2020
The COVID-19 pandemic forced remote work and meetings online are definitively not the same than in person. After years of working from Kuwait, with people all over the world, for her work and on a volunteering capacity, Maria Angela has piled up relevant experience in working online for a variety of topics as diverse as women empowerment, technical events organization, coauthoring articles, board meetings, reservoir monitoring, geophysics advanced modelling, technical training, recruitment interviews, and language classes. She has developed a series of best practices to enable going across corporate and cultural boundaries, to engage in efficient meetings online. This webinar will share her insights and learnings to speed up your own immersion in the internet-based communication.
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Maria Angela Capello
Executive Consultant, Kuwait Oil Company
Maria Angela Capello is a resilience advocate and a renowned leader in the energy sector, expert in reservoir management, talent development, and diversity and inclusion. She was the first woman to supervise seismic crews in the jungles of Venezuela, to advance a career that spans three continents, shaping her characteristic insightful and multicultural perspective.
Maria is an executive consultant at Kuwait Oil Company, and has published 87 technical articles and the book “Learned in the Trenches – Insights on Leadership and Resilience.” She received the highest individual recognition by the SPE, the Honorary Membership Award in 2019, and is recipient of the SEG Special Commendation and Lifetime Membership Awards. She serves as SEG Director at Large, and chairs the SPE Business, Management and Leadership Committee. Her passion is the empowerment of women and young in the sustainability of energy. She is a MSc of the Colorado School of Mines.
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