By Oke Peter
A New Conference for Energy Human Resources Leaders. Registrations Now Open for LEAP HR: Future Energy
As the attention of international governments, businesses and communities shifts towards an environmentally sustainable future, the time is now for energy firms to play a more significant role in leading the global energy transition.
Key to adapting to this new state of play is the capacity for every firm’s organizational structures, workforce, and skillsets to evolve with the industry; thus, Human Resources is presented with a unique opportunity to enable long-term business success.
LEAP HR: Future Energy summit is a definitive forum for future-focused HR leaders dedicated to creating a high-performing, sustainable future for the energy industry. Step inside the innovation happening across oil and gas, renewables and utility firms and uncover the novel people strategies that are driving the transition to a low carbon future.
The summit will hold between May 17 and 19, 2021. The event will present opportunity to discover how future-ready HR strategies are unlocking workforce potential to drive a faster transition towards a lower carbon future in oil and gas, utilities and renewables.
According to the organiser, registrations to attend the exclusive virtual summit that are made by Friday, March 19 will receive up to up to $200 discount.
Expected speakers at the event include Gina Vargiu-Breuer, Chief Human Resources Officer, Siemens Energy; Kay Johnson, Head of Human Resources Shared Services, Avangrid; Eddie Kelleher, People & Leadership Leader, Equinor; Caroline Stockdale, Chief People & Communications Officer, First Solar; Amy Lund, Head of Learning Solutions, Xcel Energy and Andrew Slentz, Senior Vice President Global Human Resources, Hess Corporation, among others.
Some of the highlights of the conference include 15+ hours of content, 5+ hours of networking, 3+ hours of live Q&A, 100+ expected attendees. A dedicated capability development focus day, interactive discussion groups and one-to-one networking time.