This course provides oil and gas industry managers and executives with the critical skills needed in six essential areas: communication, negotiation, management, leadership, corporate strategy, financial planning and control, and corporate finance. Highly-regarded instructors will share in these critical areas in a manner that will allow attendees to expand their core competencies and apply them within the context of the international oil and gas industry
To broaden the participant’s knowledge, skills and ability necessary to improve his overall managerial effectiveness.
By the end of this course the participant will be able to:
Set a communication strategy.
Write more effectively.
Make more effective presentations.
Run more efficient meetings.
Speak one-to-one more effectively.
Identify essential leadership competencies
Understand the organizational complexities and problem-solving strategies
Lead more effectively organizational change initiatives
Manage inter-organizational negotiations, partnerships, joint ventures, and mergers
Understand the global context and its implications for managing in today's oil and gas firms
Analyze the competitive environment and defining performance
Understand the financial statements
Understand cost behavior and cost-volume-profit relationships
Measure financial performance in energy companies.
Understand the financial impact of operational decisions
Assess project economics.
Efficient meeting Management.
Leadership as a sustainable competitive advantage: identifying essential leadership competencies
Organizational complexities and problem-solving strategies
Personal awareness and effectiveness in facing conflict
Leading effective organizational change initiatives
Negotiation strategies for oil and gas managers: managing inter-organizational negotiations, partnerships, joint ventures, and mergers
The global context and its implications for managing in today's oil and gas firms
Analyzing the competitive environment and defining performance
Strategy implementation in multinational settings
Corporate Finance and Managerial Control
A practical approach to understanding the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement
Cost behavior and cost-volume-profit relationships
Measuring financial performance in energy companies: comparing Full Costing and Successful Efforts.
Understanding the financial impact of operational decisions
Assessing project economics: discounted cash flow (DCF) techniques, quality of data, measurement used (payback, IRR, NPV), relevant cash flows, appropriate cost of capital
Executives in positions of substantial general management responsibility (or those about to move into such positions) who seek to improve their overall managerial effectiveness.
Managers with significant managerial decision-making responsibilities in a specific industry segment or functional area, such as exploration, production, transportation, refining, marketing, or finance.