SPE Online Education
Resilience in the Workplace —How To Thrive in Changing Conditions
Amid major global and industry challenges, our daily routines have been significantly disrupted. Many of us have adapted to full-time telework for the first time while being isolated from co-workers, friends and family. To remain successful and continue to grow in our careers, it is not only important to find new ways to work and interact with others but also to take care of ourselves. Join us on this thought-provoking live cast to explore resilience in this unchartered work environment. Join us for this second episode of a 3-part SPE Live series, hosted by the SPE’s Business Management and Leadership Committee (BMLC).
This SPE Live is categorized under the Management technical discipline
Trey Shaffer (Moderator)
Mr. Shaffer is a regional upstream oil and gas sector leader and helps clients address a broad range of sustainability, environmental and safety challenges. Prior to joining ERM in 2003, Trey was the Director of Downstream Services for Boots & Coots International Well Control.
In 2014, Trey was elected to the SPE International Board of Directors as the 2014-2017 HSSE-SR Technical Director. Trey was elected in 2016 as Vice Chair of the SPE Gulf Coast Section. He was the co-chair of the SPE International 2016 HSSE-SR Conference in Stavanger, Norway. Trey supports numerous SPE activities globally and is a frequent speaker on environmental and sustainability topics.
In 2010, he was recognized by the SPE Gulf Coast Section and received the Award for Distinguished Contribution to Petroleum Engineering in the area of HSSE-SR. He earned a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas in 1987. He lives in Texas with his wife and three daughters.
Alison Drury is an ERM Senior Partner based in San Francisco, California. She is ERM’s Regional Client & Market Lead for the Technology sector. She has 20 years of professional experience managing complex high tech, energy, infrastructure, land development, and industrial development projects.
As the Technology market sector lead for North America, Alison is responsible for driving the continued growth of high-performance solutions for global companies on the cutting edge of the most advanced technology: from consumer electronics, social media, tv/movie content production, and software/hardware to semiconductor manufacturing and data centers. Alison works with ERM's multi-disciplinary teams and the Technology client base to provide a life cycle and sustainable approach to all projects delivered.
Alison has a Master’s degree in urban planning from New York University and a Bachelor’s degree in political science from Queen’s University.
Global Health Promotion Manager
Susie Hill is Global Health Promotion Manager at Shell and has led health improvement programs in the UK NGO, government and corporate sectors since 1994. Her work currently focuses on the development and delivery of Shell’s Global Mental Health Strategy. Susie holds a Masters in Health and Social Marketing and has co-authored a book on this subject. She has a professional interest in psychology, neuroscience and behavioral economics and is passionate about collaborating on projects to help people to be at their best.
SPE Business Management and Leadership Committee
About the Committee
The role of the committee is to provide venues for professional growth in addition to technical development opportunities. It is also charged with identifying gaps between the nontechnical skills that members need and those currently provided by SPE, and making recommendations to fill these gaps. The committee’s recommendations should leverage existing committee structures and programs, where possible. The Business Management and Leadership Committee comprises up to 12 members.