SPE Online Education
Sparking Innovation: Art and Science Behind Nurturing Creativity
Includes a Live Web Event on 12/12/2023 at 12:00 PM (EST)
RDTS presents to you a webinar series on “Sparking Innovation”. At this era of the big energy transition, innovation is just not an option but a necessity for the oil and gas industry to stay relevant. Creativity enables us to remain competitive and adapt to market dynamics. This webinar series pivots around the idea that innovation is a collective responsibility and is not confined to R&D departments. The first session in this series is an opportunity for professionals to equip themselves with tools and techniques that nurtures creativity. Our speaker will share techniques that can challenge your brain to break habits and foster creativity in everyday lives.
This webinar is categorized under the Reservoir technical discipline.
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With over 35 years of Training and Development experience, Sean is a true learning development specialist with a passion for learning and living life!
In February 2022 Sean was named Chief Learning Leader and is responsible for developing people through relevant learning and development opportunities that support cultural transformation. He leads the Baker Hughes leadership learning and development strategy, partnering closely with the CHRO, CoE’s , and business segments to ensure an integrated development approach, including executive leadership. He also oversees the curation and delivery of Talent Development programs, including IMPACT, ASPIRE, CULTIVATE, and Ascend.
Sean joined Baker Hughes Global Learning Team in 2018 in the role of Learning Transformation Leader. Prior to joining Baker Hughes in 2018, he was the President of ConleyGlobal, where he was sought after globally to work with Businesses, Leaders, Teams and Individuals to solve their Learning & Development needs.
Prior to launching ConleyGlobal, Sean worked with NBCUniversal for over twelve years. During his time with NBCUniversal, he held many positions including Director of Staffing and Recruitment, Director Global Learning & Organizational Development and Director of Employee Development. Sean has a true Global mindset having worked in over 45 countries on six continents.
While at NBC Universal, Sean was based in London for over 5 years. During this time he was responsible for all aspects of Learning for NBC Universal’s Global population.
Before working for NBC Universal, he was the training manager for The Disneyland Resort and Disney’s California Adventure Theme Parks and Director of Guest Services for Marie Callender’s Restaurants.
Sean is self-published and released his first book “Martini” in 2016 and is now working on two books, “The Big Idea Generator: A freakishly fast and easy way to generate fresh ideas” and “Passionate Hookers: (yes, you read that correctly), A guide on Presenting with Passion”. Both are expected to be released in 2023/24.
Indira Saripally (Moderator)
Indira Saripally is a Reservoir Engineer Advisor at Occidental Oil & Gas Co. (Oxy) with over 15 years of experience in the industry. She has worked in many roles in the Reservoir Engineering domain – from reservoir management to international business development, as well as specialized technical roles such as simulation modeling in fields with secondary and tertiary recovery mechanisms using CO2 injection. She has worked in both US-domestic energy sector, and in the Middle East. She is presently based in Houston. In her current role she manages fields in deep water Gulf of Mexico. Indira’s technical interests include reservoir surveillance and field development planning.
Indira has a Master’s degree in petroleum engineering from Stanford University, and a Bachelor’s degree, from Indian Institute of Technology. She is actively engaged in Stanford’s Alumni Mentoring program and Outreach Programs. She has been involved with regional SPE chapters since 2005. She is currently a technical reviewer for SPE Peer-Reviewed Journal. She is also the technical editor of the SPE publication, ‘The Way Ahead’.
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