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GEM Webinar: Navigating Your Career During the Ups and Downs of the Energy Industry

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Wednesday, May 20

Noon - 1 p.m. MDT

Strategically navigating your energy career in today’s market may seem more challenging than ever.

Get tips from industry insiders and career management experts on what you can do to position yourself for success. T​he Global Energy Management Program at the University of Colorado Denver Business School will host the event from noon to 1 p.m. MDT on Wednesday, May 20.

The GEM Program offers more than just a high-quality, real-world graduate business education to its students – it offers access to FREE career management services through our partnership with Right Management. These services include individualized career coaching, networking resources, interaction sessions and career technology resources.

    GEM’s webinar will address strategies on how to:

  • Survive a down cycle and how a focused, graduate degree can give you a leg up on the competition
  • Evaluate your strengths and define your career direction
  • Position yourself for new positions outside of your current company
  • Understand succession planning at your company and how to be noticed
  • Network and find new job opportunities

 

The webinar will be presented by:

GEM Executive Director – Jim Marchiori
Jim’s career spans nearly 30 years developing talent in oil and gas, where he worked with companies such as International Human Resources Development Corporation (IHRDC), Scimitar Oils Limited, S.A. (Dubai Natural Gas Company), and DCP Midstream. He has consulted to clients all over the world, including all major US and European oil and gas companies, Petronas, Pertamina, Kuwait Oil Company, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, Qatar Petroleum, Egypt General Petroleum Company, Kazakhcaspishelf/Kazakhoil, the Bangladesh Ministry of Oil, Gas, and Minerals, USAID, and the World Bank.

Mr. Marchiori focuses primarily on strategy execution and human performance, with additional expertise in workforce planning, career development planning, and international workforce and performance management. He has a B.A. in Political Science/International Relations from Michigan State University, and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.



Observe a GEM Class (In Denver)

Friday, April 17 
to Monday, April 20

We strongly encourage prospective students to observe a GEM class to meet current students and faculty as well as gain first-hand experience with the quality education the program provides. Courses can be observed at the start of every new quarter (January, April, July and October).

Contact

Michele Motley (303-315-8066) to register.

To view the course descriptions, click here.


 

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