The production of oil and gas is a key industry in the primary sector, henceforth the skills and competencies of this workforce is vital to ensure safe and reliable oil and gas extraction. Only by having a safe and skilled workforce, can the oil and gas energy industry be sustained and security of supply be maintained.
Over the past few decades, the industry has built up considerable expertise, and this was shared across the globe with global exploration and production networks through human mobility. However, the need for continuing staff training and skills development is essential for the industry to exist for the near future. The needs of the industry, technology and work practices are ever-changing. It is important that the trainings and developments reflect the changes in the industry as well.
The essence of management is about getting things done. Managers work and operate differently in order to achieve many diverse and specific objectives according to their respective roles. Management responsibilities covers all aspect of the company – geological exploration, drilling, technical and scientific support, human resources, finance, and many more.
Leadership is inherently different from management. Management exist to achieve objectives and goals; leadership encompassed the skills and qualities required to inspire others to achieve goals. Leaders are trained to see the core of the problem and to provide/suggest solutions. They are often experts in their own field, and can change and respond accordingly. While more often than not managers are leaders, but people in the oil and gas industry are encouraged to show leadership at every level. The industry possessed an inclusive culture, such that even trainees who manages to spot a better way of doing something, can influence change in a positive way.
Effective leadership in the workplace is more than just management. It involves not only inspiring and motivating, but also providing authority and constructive feedback, managing relations and ensuring that all employees are operating along the organisation’s long-term missions and goals.
Leaders in the workplace environments should take time to explore the reasons behind any production or employee problems. Effective leaders across the industry share several common traits such as: –
- Team building skills
- Flexible leadership style
- Courage and determination
- Open mind
- Good communication skills
Developing leadership capability and thinking strategically is a 2-day course that is designed to provide leaders or leaders-to-be with the core skills that are required for their business or business units in the oil and gas industry. Through this course, participants will be able to confidently communicate business vision and mission and ensure employee engagement throughout their deliverables. The skills and knowledge obtained from the course can also contribute to the participant’s role as leader within the sector as they will be equipped with a combination of skills, that can be put to immediate use to support growth and change. For more information, please visit us at http://www.opuskinetic.com/training or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opus Kinetic believes that people are why organisations are successful, and giving people the knowledge to perform well at their job is integral for success. We pride ourselves as the premier provider of knowledge, offering acclaimed in-house trainings, and many others professional training courses spanning from various industries. Our training courses are well researched and updated with the latest industry trends. For more information on our professional training programs, you can visit us at http://www.opuskinetic.com/training.